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Montreal World Film Festival

‘To Kill a Watermelon’ (‘Sha Gua’): Film Review

Chinese filmmaker Gao Zehao's satire 'To Kill a Watermelon,' about a farmer's growing awareness of the injustice around him, will bow at the Montreal World Film Festival after its prize-winning premiere at China's FIRST Film Festival.

‘City of God’ Producer Donald Ranvaud Dies at 62

The British film producer and film journalist died suddenly while attending the Montreal World Film Festival as a juror.

‘Across the Sea’ (‘De l’autre cote de la mer’): Tirana Review

Swiss director Pierre Maillard's Albania-set film features a war photographer seeking to redeem himself by helping a local young woman escape to Italy.

‘Beyond the Walls’: Montreal Review

The tales of struggle behind colorful street art

‘To the End of Reckoning’ (‘Hasta el Fin de los Dias’): Montreal Review

Professionals clean up the gruesome mess in one of Mexico's most bloody regions

‘Complicit’: Montreal Review

The ship full of WWII refugees that America wouldn't help

‘The Pure Life’ (‘La Vie Pure’): Montreal Review

A barely grown explorer takes on the Amazon solo

‘Man Vs Trash’: Montreal Review

The filmmaker spent a year and a half in a landfill

Montreal Film Fest Exec Slams Quebec Film Financier for ‘Personal Vendetta’

The highly personal attack follows SODEC pulling taxpayer support for the world cinema showcase long in the shadow of Toronto and its Hollywood star wattage.

Alain Resnais’ ‘Life of Riley’ to Close Montreal World Film Festival

The upcoming 38th edition will pay homage to the late French auteur director with a North American premiere of his last film.

Vagrant Acquires Canadian Rights to Norwegian Drama ‘It’s Only Make Believe’

The deal follows the international premiere of the film about a mother's tenacity at the Montreal World Film Festival.

Abbas Kiarostami: A Report: Montreal Review

The auteur's first film is the focus of a doc that touches on later work, as well.