The first instalment of a big film franchise is a lot like a TV pilot. The first episode of a series isn’t always a great episode, or even a great indicator of what the show will be – the...
The Beaches’ introductory release from 2013 embodies the essence of Fem-Rock. They build off of the Riot Grrrl sound of the early ‘90s, and add in a sort of Metric style synth-pop. Their sound is grimy clean, sort of...
Elliott DeLine is only 24 and has only just graduated, but has already self-published his first novel, Refuse, which has been met with rave reviews. The novel is a semi-autobiographical story of a female-to-male trans man named Dean dealing...
TFS is proud to present the second screening in our line-up of films for our horror-themed month of October! Following the smashing success of It Follows (see what I did there?), our next screening will be a special event:...
Last year, the Trent Film Society hosted our first annual Pajama Party and Retro Cartoon Night… and people loved it! Dressed in onesies and teddies and slippers and flannel, students filled BE at the Trend. As per request, we...
Hi, all! We are Trent University’s theatre company, the Anne Shirley Theatre  Company (ASTC). ASTC has been active at Trent since the 2002-2003 Academic Year when our founding show, Anne of Green Gables, was performed. ASTC has staged a wide...

Peterborough Has Pride

With a LGBTQ+ community as vibrant as Peterborough’s, it only makes sense to celebrate it with a 10-day Pride Week (seven days just isn’t enough). Peterborough Pride is celebrating its 15th birthday this year and there is no denying...
Hello fellow Trent students and movie goers! Next week, Trent Film Society will be screening a laughable and lovable quirky comedy about the problems many students face when it comes to balancing grades and extra-curricular activities. Join us Wednesday, September 10...
So, are you doing anything Friday night? Trent Radio is sponsored and operated by the students of Trent University, and depends on volunteers to make it all happen. That involves taking responsibility for the airwaves, taking ownership of 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...