McCord Stewart Museum
Take a trip back in time via Becoming Montreal: The 1800s Painted by Duncan at the McCord Stewart Museum. Chronicler of his time, artist James Duncan documented Montreal’s development from 1830 to 1880. His works offer viewers a unique journey into Montreal before photography.
The exhibition will take place from June 2, 2023 to April 21, 2024.
Cinéma du Parc
A hub for fans of art films Cinéma du Parc stands out thanks to the bold programming it presents on the big screen. As a social economy company, Cinéma du Parc makes sure to select the best international films, bringing its favourite discoveries to its bilingual community of cinephiles from the Greater Montreal region.
Cinéma du Musée
Located in the museum district of the Museum of Fine Art, Cinéma du Musée presents art films on the big screen in optimal screening conditions. Its mandate is to foster encounters between the various stakeholders of the Quebec film community and an audience eager to discover quality cinema. Defined by its openness to others, its programming is intended for all the cultural communities of the Montreal area.
The Cinémathèque québécoise is Montreal’s museum of moving images. Its mission is to acquire, document and preserve the world’s audiovisual heritage, with an emphasis on Quebec and Canadian works as well as international animation, and to make it available for cultural and educational purposes.
Cinéma Public offers a regular programming in its theatre at Casa d'Italia, summer outdoor screenings at Livart, online films, as well as cultural mediation activities. The team is also working on the opening of a new cinema, which will soon enhance the big-screen offering in Montreal.
Cinéma Moderne offers a unique cinematic experience and a program devoted to promoting diversity and celebrating independent filmmakers, combined with quality screening conditions in an intimate, warm and vibrant space. Cinéma Moderne presents a space where movie lovers of all stripes can enjoy a rich experience.
Cinemas Cineplex Odeon Quartier Latin
Located within the Quartier des Spectacles, this movie theatre is at the heart of Montrealers' lives. A real crossroads for moviegoers, it offers a diverse program of Quebec films, French films, auteur and blockbusters, cult retrospectives, opera, theater ... and many festivals!
Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
Founded in 1860, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (MMFA) has been built on the generosity of multiple generations of Montrealers. The MMFA’s collection showcases Quebec and Canadian heritage, Indigenous art and international art from a progressive and innovative perspective.
Don’t miss it! This fall, the MMFA invites you to immerse yourself in the work of Marisol, a bold and visionary multidisciplinary artist associated with the Pop art movement. See it now!
Marisol (1930-2016), Women and Dog, 1963-1964. Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; purchase, with funds from the Friends of the Whitney Museum of American Art, 64.17a-i. © Estate of Marisol / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Digital image © Whitney Museum of American Art / Licensed by Scala / Art Resource, NY