What do Ron Swanson from Parks and Recreation, Gob from Arrested Development, and Charlie from It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia have in common? Well it turns out they’re all played by real people known as “AC-tors” who often take...
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...
As you return to school, Trent Radio returns to the air, with the same regular schedule you started hearing in September. Our broadcast season runs from September to April, then we destroy it and have a different summer schedule, then...
To celebrate the beginning of the new season, we’ve decided to go big and bold by screening Wes Anderson’s modern classic Moonrise Kingdom (2012) at Market Hall, located in downtown Peterborough at 140 Charlotte Street. The screening is absolutely free...
The Class of 2015 Musician’s photo after a friend mentioned a similar happening in Toronto. Other cities, such as Guelph did photos as well. I put together a Facebook event page, invited musicians, and those that work alongside the...
This year’s Battle of the Bands was a raging success thanks to performances by many talented musicians. The high level of the competition was evident by the difficulty the judges faced in deciding upon a winner. One of the...
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...
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...
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...
After taking a week off to recharge ourselves (and give our projector a break), Trent Film Society returns! On Wednesday, October 9 at 8pm, you can look forward to our screening of Jacques Tati and Sylvain Chomet’s The Illusionist (2010),...