Two dimensions are plenty

You’re on the Landmark Cinemas website to check the showtimes for a new movie you’re super excited to see.
March 10, 2023

Review: ‘The Sleeping Car Porter’

Trains, queerness, and dentistry don’t seem like they should go together, but in Suzette Mayr’s Giller Prize-awarded novel The Sleeping Car Porter, the seemingly divergent converge.
March 10, 2023

Artificial Intelligence hits the Kingston Canadian Film Festival

The vibrant film community of Kingston had five days filled with cinema over the weekend hosted by the Kingston Canadian Film Festival. Last Friday, Den Mother Crimson premiered at the Kingston Grand Theatre where the cast and production team walked the red carpet. 
March 3, 2023

‘Verona’ to premiere at the Kingston Canadian Film Festival

Verona is coming in hot at the Kingston Canadian Film Festival starting today.
The air is still crisp, but hearts are warm during the week before Valentine’s Day—tis the season for movies about love that couples will enjoy and with which singles will comfort themselves.
When Daniel Gold graduated from the Film & Media Program at Queen’s nearly ten years ago, his dream was clear—but how to get there wasn’t.
The adage “boys don’t cry” is obviously untrue in both Hollywood and real life, but films have prescribed a narrow set of circumstances in which it’s permissible for male characters to cry without risking their manhood.
Reelout Queer Film Festival has returned to Kingston for its 24th iteration, bringing viewers 76 short and feature-length narratives and documentaries from 15 different countries.
James Cameron knows how to make a movie.
The start of a new year and a new semester is the perfect time to pick up a new skill.

Biopics walk a fine line

January 20, 2023
It seems Hollywood has not learned anything from critiques on Blonde, the long-awaited and heavily panned Marilyn Monroe biopic that debuted last year, as they venture on to the next femme fatale: Amy Winehouse. 
The Screening Room is the prime destination for movie lovers.
Commentaries on social and economic class are common in Hollywood. 

‘Stutz’ is a must watch

November 25, 2022
World renowned psychiatrist Phil Stutz is the focal point of the documentary titled after him. Directed by friend and patient Jonah Hill, Stutz intimately explores the therapeutic process by reverting the doctor-patient binary between the two of them as they recount their journeys in mental health. 
Ti West’s recent film, X, takes horror back to its roots—rid of psychological warfare and instead renewing classic slasher tropes alongside erotica. 

The art of movie soundtracks

November 4, 2022
A movie is only as good as its soundtrack. 
Netflix’s latest original chronicles the story of Jeffrey Dahmer, notorious serial killer and cannibal, in a ten-part series that claims to honour the families of his victims.

What’s your medium?

September 23, 2022
Storytelling through film is something we all enjoy, whether it be going to the theatre to see a new movie or rewatching one you hold close to your heart.
Every September, the film industry sets its sights on Toronto. Featuring a wide variety of films, the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) allows both the press and the public to watch the industry’s newest releases.

No plots, just vibes

September 13, 2022
Every film should have a plot—it feels like a necessity along with the need for a compelling main character and an intriguing conflict.
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