Shows

The Toronto pop star comes back to the Phi Centre to present songs from her latest album CollXtion II.

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Films

Drama directed by Toshio Matsumoto, with Pîtâ, Osamu Ogasawara and Yoshimi Jô

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Shows

Singer-songwriter Susanne Sundfør presents her album Music For People In Trouble.

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July14Sept.29
Today to Friday, September 29

The Phi Centre's film programming at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

July18Dec.16
Today to Saturday, December 16

Discover some of the films produced by the Guardian. The installation is part of the Lucid Realities exhibition

July18Dec.16
Today to Saturday, December 16

The third instalment of the Sensory Stories immersive exhibition, curated by Phi and Future of StoryTelling (FoST).

Aug.24Aug.26
Thursday, August 24 to Saturday, August 26

Documentary directed by Bill Morrison, with Kathy Jones-Gates, Michael Gates and Sam Kula. Presented as a Montreal premiere

Aug.29
Tuesday, August 29

Documentary directed by Michel Gondry, with Suzette Gondry, Jean-Yves Gondry and Michel Gondry

Aug.31
Thursday, August 31

A discussion with the legendary French filmmaker, hosted by Herby Moreau.

Sept.1
Friday, September 1

Thriller directed by Peter Watkins, with Patrick Boland, Kent Foreman and Carmen Argenziano

Sept.2
Saturday, September 2

The Toronto pop star comes back to the Phi Centre to present songs from her latest album CollXtion II.

Sept.9
Saturday, September 9

Produced by actor, writer and comedian Matt Goldberg and his company of seasoned storytellers, Confabulation offers a showcase of the very best true tales told by the people who lived them.

Sept.13
Wednesday, September 13

Album launch of MAKANDA at the End of Space, the Beginning of Time.

Sept.15
Friday, September 15

Drama directed by Robin Spry, with John Robb, Elaine Malus and Gary Rader

Sept.15
Friday, September 15

The Toronto-based band comes to Montreal to present its new material as part of the EP II launch.

Sept.16
Saturday, September 16

The Detroit born rapper visits the Phi Centre to present his new album Home and The Marshens will be performing live for the first time.

Sept.18
Monday, September 18

A conversation with the founder and artistic director of Punchdrunk, the theatre company behind Sleep No More.

Sept.29
Friday, September 29

Drama directed by Toshio Matsumoto, with Pîtâ, Osamu Ogasawara and Yoshimi Jô

Oct.6
Friday, October 6

French pop icon in concert in Montreal as part of her Club Party Tour.

Nov.3
Friday, November 3

Singer-songwriter Susanne Sundfør presents her album Music For People In Trouble.

Nov.23
Thursday, November 23

After a seven year pause, Land of Talk is back with a third studio album, Life After Youth.

Nov.30
Thursday, November 30

The post-metal quartet led by saxophonist Colin Stetson presents its debut album

Dec.1
Friday, December 1

Somali-Canadian songwriter behind the acclaimed Neuroplasticity is back in Montreal to present her new album.

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