1989 is an album by Taylor Swift. 1989 is also the opening line of the Public Enemy song, ‘Fight the Power.’ Well, actually, the full line goes “1989, the number/another summer/sound of the funky drummer.” Anyways, the song was released 26...
“What will you do when something as disastrous as an avalanche happens? Are we expected to perform differently based on our gender?” That is the question Östlund is trying to ask in Force Majeure by putting a Swedish couple and...
On Tuesday January 20, at its annual public meeting, The Canada Council for the Arts CEO and Director, Simon Brault gave an address over Skype, which was shown at Artspace in Peterborough. The main announcement of the night was...
Trent Film Society would like to thank you for a successful beginning to another year of film screenings! Our first three events of the year were lots of fun for us and our audiences, including our now-annual tradition of...
One of the many highlights of Peterborough's Arts Week is a travelling art gallery in the back of a U-Haul. The brainchild of curators Carolyn Code, Elizabeth Fennel and Ann Jaeger, the “Gallery In The Truck” features 10 local...
Translated by: Felipe Cazar Myths and legends are reflections of the culture that crafted them. They mirror the anxieties, aspirations, and nightmares of their people. They survive to communicate a message to the young or to trick people into what...
When I tell others of my increasing obsession with folk punk, I'm usually greeted with looks of general confusion and a resounding "Folk punk? What the hell is that?" It's hard to put into words the exact nature of this...
On Monday, September 28 at Showplace Theatre, EC3 and Artspace co-hosted an All Candidates’ Debate on Arts, Culture, and Heritage (ACH). The candidates are Toban Leckie (Strength in Democracy), Doug Mason (Green), Dave Nickle (NDP), Michael Skinner (Conservative), and...
Republished from Sight & Sound, Courtesy BFI Cinema is dead (or dying) but all is cinema. This contradictory, Godardian discourse animates Leos Carax’s Holy Motors, the director’s long-awaited fifth feature, his first since Pola X in 1999. It is expressed...
Students often dread the end of the summer break, but Angelica Cooper doesn’t feel that way. “I find Peterborough falls asleep in the summer, as students leave and people think the pulse of the city is gone,” she explained. Cooper is...