Film

The Room: the worst movie of all time

When you attend a live screening of The Room, you embark on a communal journey through the wholly unapologetic and self-indulgent brainchild of Tommy Wiseau.Continue...

Remembering Alan Rickman

Alan Rickman’s death shook the world last Thursday morning.Continue...

The Franchise Awakens

It would take a very cosmic force to get me to see a movie more than once in theatres. The dark side of ticket prices has held power over my student budget for too long. But this Christmas, all bets were off. The newest instalment of the Star Wars saga was coming to town — The Force Awakens.Continue...

Queer film festival comes to Kingston

Exploring the relationships, struggles and joys of young people who are discovering their sexuality for the first time, the Reelout Queer Film Festival comes back to Kingston this month with a selection of 18 independent films.Continue...

Film dives into a world of water controversy

Out of all the forces in the world, water is the most coveted and awe-inspiring of them all.Continue...

Big city opportunity close to home

The Kingston Canadian Film Festival (KCFF) is back, and students are becoming more important to it than ever.Continue...

12 Years a Slave stands apart

12 Years a Slave is a true-to-life tale of human endurance made all the more remarkable for the circumstances in which it occurred: the slave trade of 19th-century America.Continue...

Looking through a lens of self-discovery

Doing what you love is a journey of self-discovery, something Michael Kenney, ArtSci ’08, found
through filmmaking.Continue...

Film with a focus

A topic, a camera and 72 hours.Continue...

Exploring art life

Life’s challenges can be a source of fulfillment and even success, as two Queen’s alumni express in this soon-to-be-released documentary.Continue...

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