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April 22, 2024
Two of the year’s most challenging but rewarding and invigorating films open in selected theatres this weekend: Bertrand Bonello’s The Beast and Radu Jude’s Do Not Expect Too Much from the End of the World, both Critic’s Picks. The movies will appeal to lovers of art-house cinema, though their bizarre release strategies will frustrate and puzzle many Canadians hoping to catch them sooner, writes Barry Hertz. Read more.

And the Hot Docs Festival kicks off next week after a challenging year. Here’s how to watch this year’s lineup, along with 6 must-see documentaries.

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