It probably doesn’t matter much to you what I think of The Spill, but I’m gonna tell you anyways. A few weeks ago was the one year anniversary (can you call it that?), and memoriam (even worse, no?) of the...
Director Noah Baumbach (director of The Squid and the Whale with Jesse Eisenberg, and screenwriter for Wes Anderson pictures The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou and Fantastic Mr. Fox ), and co-screenwriter and actress Greta Gerwig (Arthur...
The Act of Killing (which shares directorial credits amongst an anonymous Indonesian co-director, Christina Cynn, and Joshua Oppenheimer) is the breakout documentary from last year that had critics and viewers in unnerved awe. The film follows the modern life...
By Alice Froude and Jasmine Cabanaw Photos by Tori Silvera This past weekend, Market Hall hosted Public Energy’s Third Annual Wearable Art Show, featuring the Runway Challenge. The event incorporated dance and theatre with a fashion twist. Public Energy is “an...
This Tuesday October 6 and Wednesday October 7, the Student Association for International Development (SAID) invites you to the Aga Khan Foundation’s “Together: An Exhibition on Global Development.” The exhibition has been making its way all across Ontario, Quebec, and...
  First I would like to introduce the newest co-director of Trent Film Society, Steven Snow. Steven is a Cultural Studies student entering his third year and could not be more thrilled to be joining the TFS team. He has an...
Having existed for only seven months, the Trent Writer’s Society has worked continuously to build a community of Trent based aspiring writers through regular meet-ups, workshops, special events, guest speakers and their own blog and all that work culminates...
With the rise of Netflix came the fall of video rental stores - other than the odd convenience chain that still clings to the practice of yesteryear. And while it would be easy to talk about Netflix’s dominance over...
In the 2016-2017 season, Anne Shirley Theatre Company (ASTC) is presenting two productions. Bare, the rock musical and Wit, a dark comedy. Wit opens February 4th at the Gordon Best Theatre and Bare follows closely after on March 10th...
I am sitting in a café, drinking peppermint tea. The lights are dim and a soft flow of jazzy music supplemented by discreet conversation ebbs through the air. There is nothing exceptionally unusual about this night. Nothing abnormal, that...