Film

Give art a chance

There are a ton of phenomenal film and theatre opportunities coming out of Queen’s these days — but it’s up to students to get involved and value the arts community.Continue...

Get uncomfortable

When we shy away from things that make us uncomfortable, we don’t give them the attention they deserve.Continue...

Renting nostalgia

The first time I walked in to Classic Video, I was overwhelmed.Continue...

Glitter and gore

This past Friday night, I lost my virginity to the 'Rocky Horror Picture Show' along with Janet and Brad.Continue...

The critical and satirical

The audience laughs as Jon Stewart mocks the outcry against Obama’s latest push for more gun control, but there’s a sober message behind his tone.Continue...

The undead rise to the occasion

In case of a zombie apocalypse, Mark Asfar would use a crowbar, useful for opening doors, to
apply blunt force trauma to a zombie head.Continue...

Sound of silence

Film-making professor says he used to watch his movies with the sound off during the editing process.Continue...

Film facelift

The new owner of a local movie theatre is looking to attract students. Wendy Huot, a Queen’s University librarian, bought the Screening Room at 120 Princess St. this June. She said she’s hoping to add late-night screenings of horror and cult films to “encourage a different crowd and be a little
bit rowdier."Continue...

Fighting for fat

Queen's students, Margaret Donahoe and Gillian Good, premiered their short film Fat at this year's TIFF Student Showcase on May 26.Continue...

Loving Vincent is a stunning visual achievement

After creating more than 860 oil paintings over the span of eight years, Vincent van Gogh died an unknown painter from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. To even begin to unwrap the many layers of this complex artist is difficult. To make a film about his death is nearly impossible.Continue...

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