Le Cinéma Moderne est fier d’accueillir la deuxième édition du Festival Triste. Le Festival Triste a pour mission de proposer un contexte bienveillant et favorable à la diffusion de musique et d’œuvres d’expression triste. Il prévoit une série de rendez-vous articulés autour de ce thème et des émotions qu’il suscite.
The Montreal International Documentary Festival (RIDM) is one of North America’s leading documentary film festivals. Each year, the RIDM presents around a hundred Canadian and international documentaries. Its industry event, Forum RIDM, is Quebec’s only documentary forum. Unframing Documentary presents sound works to be experienced in the darkness of Cinéma Moderne. For the second year […]
Nowadays, CINEMANIA is considered the most important French-language film festival in North America, and the oldest of its kind. Founded in 1995, every November CINEMANIA gathers an eclectic selection of nearly sixty fiction films, as well as documentaries and short movies.
The Cinéma Moderne is bringing back a unique selection of movies for the Halloween season! Discover classic horror movies and hidden gems from October 25th to 31st.
A lively, bold, popular, innovative event! For 50 years, the FNC has been making national and international auteur cinema accessible, treating audiences to works of diversity and originality by emerging and major filmmakers. Our focus on the NEW is threefold: new creators, new approaches and new technologies. Dean of Canadian film festivals and a major […]
Film POP’s programming explores the world of music and musicians across all film genres (drama/documentary/experimental). The program features both established and emerging filmmakers and promotes local talent. It additionally sheds light on underrepresented music subcultures.
This summer, the Cinéma Moderne will show several films that hold a very special place in the hearts of our employees. These screenings have been created for one goal only : share our passion for the seventh art. Staff picks Benjamin Pelletier (programming coordinator) : Sorcerer (1977) by William Friedkin Marie-Ève Drolet (barstaff/barista) : News […]
Since 2003, FIFEQ-MTL’s mission has been to democratize visual anthropology and ethnographic cinema through programs featuring eclectic and accessible films.
As the 95th Academy Awards cars ceremony approaches, Cinéma Moderne is pleased to offer moviegoers the chance to catch up with the presentation of 13 Oscar nominated films as part of a series of screenings that will span from March 2nd to 12th. As always, the public will be able to watch his film while […]
We just couldn’t wait to enjoy a real Christmas with all of you! Without further ado, we present to you our Christmas programming, filled with classics that will warm the hearts of all film lovers, wether they still believe in Santa or not.