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Montreal World Film Festival

A Cinema of Discontent: Montreal Review

Jamsheed Akrami itemizes the way censors shape today's Iranian cinema.

The K. Effect: Stalin’s Editor (El Effecto K. El Montador de Stalin): Montreal Review

Valenti Figueres gives viewers a front-row seat to the birth of the U.S.S.R.

It’s Only Make Believe (Eventyrland): Montreal Review

A mother faces challenges, legal and otherwise, while trying to reunite with her daughter.

La Vie Domestique (Domestic Life): Montreal Review

Isabelle Czajka adapts a Rachel Cusk novel about mothers in the suburbs.

A Thousand Times Good Night: Montreal Review

Juliette Binoche plays a photographer who must choose between combat zones and family life.

Finsterworld: Montreal Review

German documentary director Frauke Finsterwalder's fine fiction debut stars a strong ensemble that includes Corinna Harfouch and Sandra Huller.

Invisible World (Mundo Invisivel): Montreal Review

Twelve filmmakers offer Brazil-centric shorts on the theme of the unseen.

Morning Star (L’Etoile du Jour): Sarajevo Review

Overcooked French circus drama is sunk by its own pretensions, despite a starry cast and cultish echoes of Fellini and Lynch.

Montreal Film Festival Unveils Competition Lineup

The 20 contenders for the Grand Prix of the Americas include Christian Duguay's French equestrian drama "Jappeloup" and the U.S. indie "The Red Robin."

Anne Fontaine’s Taboo Sex Drama ‘Adore’ to Close Montreal World Film Festival

The Naomi Watts/Robin Wright-starrer will screen at the Canadian fest ahead of a Sept. 6 theatrical release.

A Terminal Trust (Tsui No Shintaku): Montreal Review

Masayuki Suo reunites for a third film with his "Shall We Dance?" star Kôji Yakusho.

Vanishing Landscapes (Paisajes Devorados): Montreal Review

Argentine writer-director Eliseo Subiela's drama stars Fernando Birri as a mental patient who claims to have been a successful director.