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 du Parc
Cinéma du Parc is a Montreal cultural centre and a social economy enterprise dedicated to showcasing local and international cinema. Our unique programming and strong community roots situate Cinema du Parc at the heart of alternative cinema.
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!
Cinéma Public celebrates films of every kind. Its program consists of local and international films, landmark works and little-known gems, short films and family movies, as well as outreach activities. The team is committed to building on that strong, dynamic relationship by opening a new theatre in Montreal soon.
Espace Libre supports audacious speeches on both art and the world, and promotes exploration, the renewal of the discipline, intercultural dialogues and the democratization of culture.
Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal
Visiting the MAC is always a special and inspiring experience. Immerse yourself in an inventive universe by visiting local and international artists exhibitions and continue your reflection with the MAC’s activities! Add the MAC to your list of places to visit and you’ll leave full of ideas, questions, and inspiration!
The exhibition Disraeli Revisited, presented at the McCord Stewart Museum will mark the 50th anniversary of a pivotal event in the history of photography in Quebec: the Disraeli project.
The exhibition will take place from October 28, 2022 to February 19, 2023.