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Chet Singh Dubbing the Right Thing with a Swing

Occupation Nation is the sixth release from Chet Singh, a foundational member of the local dub, spoken word, and activist communities. He pairs with local dub wise professor Jarett Prescott…

Leos Carax’s Portmanteau of Cinema-Swansong Sketches

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,…

Madmen on the Otonabee

Photo by Alice Froude If I told you that the furniture that rests inside Trent’s walls was of significant value, would you believe me? If I told you that many…

Paint-A-Thon: Paint Like You’ve Never Painted Before!

If you have ever wanted to transform a boring, white canvas into a miraculous whirlpool of brightly-coloured paint splatters, stains, and streaks, then coming out to the first ever Trent…

Director Jess Lynch Talks Legally Blonde: The Musical

Legally Blonde: The Musical has some fantastic one-liners, often incorporating Trent student culture into the script, making it all the more funny for the audience. The cast was full to…

Tina Fey and Paul Rudd, This Headline Alone Is Endearing

Admission, starring Tina Fey and Paul Rudd (both concocted in an underground lab to be superhumanly adorable)immediately falls victim to that familiar trope. Tina Fey plays Portia Nathan, an admissions…

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