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ReFrame ReVisits Peterborough for the 10th Annual PIFF

In these technologically-oriented times, the arts, specifically filmmaking, rarely gets the attention it deserves. With that being said, ReFrame focuses on bringing the spotlight back on film by returning to…

Trent Film Society presents: Audition

I noted in last week’s article on Martin Doepner’s Rouge Sang (2013) that in the horror-thriller film, a woman’s revenge on an individual man, or number of men, is a…

Listening to Music is Harder than it Sounds

Dear Trent, I suppose this is going to read largely as a Part Two in my series of “don’t be a jerk to people” op-eds. But with the immense amount…

Trent Film Society Presents: Caché

Our last screening of the year is Michael Haneke’s Caché (2005). This screening follows our successful screening of Haneke’s 2012 Oscar Winner Amour at Market Hall. Caché appears as part…

Girls Just Wanna Have Fun

Parties, clubs and pubs are increasingly becoming areas of identity contention. The ways in which you dress, act, speak, and behave are in constant display in the areas associated with…

Art Therapy and Community

I was first introduced to art therapy during my stay at Stonehenge, an in-patient, long-term rehab facilitation centre in Guelph. At a difficult time in my life, art therapy made…

The Trent-Temagami Colloquium: A hidden treasure

Photo by Catherine Monaghan Last fall, I started the first year of my Master’s as a first-time Trent student. Although those first few weeks were hectic, I heard about the…

Arthur Travels: New York, New York

Where do you even begin with a city like this? I have been to NYC a few times, and each time it becomes more magical and more difficult to leave.…

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