Trent Film Society is pleased to announce its Sci-Fi Summer Series! We will be exploring science fiction (SF) as it has been visually represented over a total of 110 years, beginning with a film made in 1902 and proceeding in...
Do you like things? I mean do you really like things? Maybe your spinning wheel, large concrete structures, Star Trek, board games or Japanese domestic market vehicles? Cornish rexes? Whatever your passion may be, Trent Radio is offering you the...
In my heart I suppose that what I would like to be able to recreate, live on stage, is an episode of The Muppet Show. I want to imagine I could invite students and community members to sit down in...

Welcome Death

  Death is inevitable. A sure fact of life is that every one of us is going to die at the end of it. Death is natural and yet for some reason death is “one of the last taboos that...
The Trent Writer’s Society concluded their National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), with an All Night Write at the Whistlestop on Thursday, November 27. National Novel Writing Month is an annual event in November that challenges writers to write 50,000...
Winter is wearing on, friends, and sadly, I am fresh out of ideas for fun stuff to do. Sometimes by this time of year, I can run around splashing in puddles and making a fool of myself. NOT SO, March...
co- written by Lucas DeLuca Hello from Trent Film Society and Anne Shirley Theatre Company! We here are writing to you to excitingly announce an upcoming engagement that we have in store for you all. This upcoming Monday February 29th, ASTC...
If you were around OC (or the LEC Pit) this week you might have heard whimsical siren songs reminiscent of the 2001 film Legally Blonde. No, it wasn’t anyone trying to lead you astray on your journey to class,...
Adapted by Nick Hornby from a memoir of a British journalist, Lone Scherfig’s beguiling film An Education centers on Jenny, a clever 16 year-old high school student played by the talented Carey Mulligan. Facing the pressure to pass exams and...
300: Rise of an Empire is a movie that knows exactly what it’s supposed to be – excessively violent, highly stylized, and draped in gore. This, along with its sequel status, makes it very easy to dismiss. Nothing more...