Public Energy’s Paris, la Nuit reviewed

Photo by Michael Barrett It is 8pm, September 12, at Artspace in downtown Peterborough. The room is full of people who came to listen to a small performance. This is Paris, La Nuit, the first installment of the Language of Visual Poetry exhibition. There are some painted handwritings on the walls, which might look unanimated, […]

No Good Deed: Sometimes the trailer is enough

Deducing the moral of a movie is a tricky thing. So often our own expectations and experiences project up onto the screen, clouding the author’s intent. Many times, ambiguity itself is the goal. Stating anything for certain is a fool’s errand. Still, with No Good Deed I’m going to courageously (some would even call me […]

Trent Gives concert showcases community spirit

On Saturday, September 6 more than 160 students and music fans came out to The Historic Red Dog on Hunter Street to celebrate a night of local live music as part of the TCSA’s ‘Trent Gives’ campaign, raising $927 for a great local cause. This is the second year Trent Gives has been run and […]

Trent Film Society Presents: The Double

The Double is an intriguing film that unfortunately fell under the radar of mainstream cinemas. At times it reminds me of the dank underworld of David Lynch’s Eraserhead, the sense of claustrophobia and entrapment setting in early on. At others I’m reminded of the concept of the bureaucratic, totalitarian government conspiring against the individual, namely […]

Public Energy’s Paris, la Nuit reviewed

Photo by Michael Barrett It is 8pm, September 12, at Artspace in downtown Peterborough. The room is full of people who came to listen to a small performance. This is Paris, La Nuit, the first installment of the Language of Visual Poetry exhibition. There are some painted handwritings on the walls, which might look unanimated, […]

No Good Deed: Sometimes the trailer is enough

Deducing the moral of a movie is a tricky thing. So often our own expectations and experiences project up onto the screen, clouding the author’s intent. Many times, ambiguity itself is the goal. Stating anything for certain is a fool’s errand. Still, with No Good Deed I’m going to courageously (some would even call me […]

Trent Gives concert showcases community spirit

On Saturday, September 6 more than 160 students and music fans came out to The Historic Red Dog on Hunter Street to celebrate a night of local live music as part of the TCSA’s ‘Trent Gives’ campaign, raising $927 for a great local cause. This is the second year Trent Gives has been run and […]

Trent Film Society Presents: The Double

The Double is an intriguing film that unfortunately fell under the radar of mainstream cinemas. At times it reminds me of the dank underworld of David Lynch’s Eraserhead, the sense of claustrophobia and entrapment setting in early on. At others I’m reminded of the concept of the bureaucratic, totalitarian government conspiring against the individual, namely […]