Peterborough wowed its residents last summer with Kirsten McCrea’s Hunter Street Bridge Mural Project. In collaboration with Artspace, the city funded a competition for any artist, local or otherwise, to paint under the bridge. Toronto’s McCrea won the opportunity...
Horrible Bosses was such a runaway success in 2011, I’m sure no one needed much arm twisting to okay the sequel. But even if it didn’t seem such a financial slam dunk, you could make a pretty compelling argument for...
The Trent Writer’s Society, which holds weekly meetings on campus on Thursday evenings, have put out a call for submissions asking people to submit for their first anthology. According to co-founder Bianca Nucaro, “The anthology will be a collection of...
The most accurate way I can describe David Lynch’s first film, Eraserhead, is by calling it a macabre surrealist nightmare. Knowing little about the film before first watching it, I had minor expectations. I’d heard that it was a bizarre...
Mysterious Entity is gearing up for one of the most unique Romeo And Juliet adaptations that you’ll see in a long time- Romeo And Juliet: Superstar Ice Miners of Europa. Mysterious Entity is a local theatre company that began in...
What do we think of when we hear “musical theatre?” Tap-dancing, chorus lines, big cheesy songs and romantic happy endings? The modern rock-musical filled with angst and real-life drama? Andrew Lloyd Webber’s weird face? Probably at least one of...
Accordion to some fun facts on the internet, singer/comedian Weird Al Yankovic got his first accordion at the age of seven. This seems to be the hallmark age for beginning a career as a squeezebox player. On Saturday, February...
As the end of the term approaches, we would like to thank everyone who has made this such a wildly successful and busy year for the Trent Film Society. Through attending screenings, dressing up for events, participating in discussions,...
Student debt. Cue the losing jingle from The Price is Right. It’s an issue that most of us face, one that induces anxiety and panic. What’s most unfortunate is that it has become accepted, not so much that we...
Following last week’s screening of Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence, TFS would like to draw an end to this exciting term with a film that is also set in WWII Japan. The Wind Rises, the latest, and unfortunately, the last...