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Be the Cowboy, Mitski

In May 2018, Mitski Miyawaki released the leading single for her highly-anticipated Be the Cowboy album. The art for the single “Geyser” shows the...

Cries and Whispers (1972)

Red. The color of the film’s interior in every sense of the word: the crimson of the walls and carpet, the blood of familial...

Sebastiane (1976)

Before Derek Jarman became a feature film director, he was a stage designer. Before that, he shot his own experimental short films on Super...

Sweetie (1989)

Sweetie (1989) is the debut feature film from renowned New Zealand filmmaker Jane Campion. It tells the story of the odd and superstitious Kay,...

Lovett or Leave It

One thing that always seems to thrive in political and social chaos is comedy—the sting of reality seems more bearable with a laugh track....

Call me daddy

On Thursday, The Rivoli was one stop in Vancouver band Peach Pit’s Canadian tour. The evening was packed with good music and company.Peach Pit...

Suspiria (1977)

Suspiria, directed by Italian giallo legend Dario Argento, tells the story of American ballerina Suzy Bannion, played by Jessica Harper, who travels to Germany...

Breakfast at TIFF: an insider’s retelling

Every year, three blocks are shut down in downtown Toronto. From Peter to University, King Street is barricaded. The westbound side is sectioned off,...

The Hound Tall Discussion Series

The Hound Tall Discussion Series is a monthly comedy podcast hosted by comedian Moshe Kasher at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in Los Angeles.Hound...

Student filmmakers return for 2017

Last Friday, students, guests, and filmmakers filed into the Instructional Building for the annual UTM Film Festival. DVSS, ICCIT, UTMTV, and UTMSU hosted the...

Goodbye Honolulu on their new album

Toronto band Goodbye Honolulu defies any fixed genre, though critics have tossed around “slasher rock,” “garage” or “indie.”After the band released their newest single,...

Capturing the last 50 years of campus

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the University of Toronto Mississauga campus. In September 1967, Erindale College welcomed its first generation of students...

Canadian writers share inspiration

“What is the role of the writer today?”This is the question an audience member posed to Karen Solie and Esi Edugyan last Thursday evening...

Le Samouraï (1967)

The opening scene of Le Samouraï immediately establishes a bleak Parisian setting. The opening credits fade in and out, superimposed on the scene of...

2 Dope Queens

2 Dope Queens is a WNYC comedy podcast hosted by Jessica Williams and Phoebe Robinson in front of a live audience in Brooklyn, New...

Independent arts festival hits the AGO

On Saturday, October 29, the Art Gallery of Ontario hosted Canzine, a pay-what-you-can independent zine and arts festival.Zine culture is a historically influential movement...

The Dinner Party Download

“What do you call an alligator in a vest?” asks actress Olivia Wilde.“What?”“An investigator.”This is how every episode of The Dinner Party Download begins—with...

They say there’s a journal for everyone

The Spectatorial proudly presents itself as the University of Toronto’s “one and only genre journal.” It curates the best of original speculative fiction, genre...

Be the Cowboy, Mitski

In May 2018, Mitski Miyawaki released the leading single for her highly-anticipated Be the Cowboy album. The art for the single “Geyser” shows the...

Cries and Whispers (1972)

Red. The color of the film’s interior in every sense of the word: the crimson of the walls and carpet, the blood of familial...

Sebastiane (1976)

Before Derek Jarman became a feature film director, he was a stage designer. Before that, he shot his own experimental short films on Super...

Sweetie (1989)

Sweetie (1989) is the debut feature film from renowned New Zealand filmmaker Jane Campion. It tells the story of the odd and superstitious Kay,...

Lovett or Leave It

One thing that always seems to thrive in political and social chaos is comedy—the sting of reality seems more bearable with a laugh track....

Call me daddy

On Thursday, The Rivoli was one stop in Vancouver band Peach Pit’s Canadian tour. The evening was packed with good music and company.Peach Pit...

Suspiria (1977)

Suspiria, directed by Italian giallo legend Dario Argento, tells the story of American ballerina Suzy Bannion, played by Jessica Harper, who travels to Germany...

Breakfast at TIFF: an insider’s retelling

Every year, three blocks are shut down in downtown Toronto. From Peter to University, King Street is barricaded. The westbound side is sectioned off,...

The Hound Tall Discussion Series

The Hound Tall Discussion Series is a monthly comedy podcast hosted by comedian Moshe Kasher at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in Los Angeles.Hound...

Student filmmakers return for 2017

Last Friday, students, guests, and filmmakers filed into the Instructional Building for the annual UTM Film Festival. DVSS, ICCIT, UTMTV, and UTMSU hosted the...

Goodbye Honolulu on their new album

Toronto band Goodbye Honolulu defies any fixed genre, though critics have tossed around “slasher rock,” “garage” or “indie.”After the band released their newest single,...

Capturing the last 50 years of campus

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the University of Toronto Mississauga campus. In September 1967, Erindale College welcomed its first generation of students...

Canadian writers share inspiration

“What is the role of the writer today?”This is the question an audience member posed to Karen Solie and Esi Edugyan last Thursday evening...

Le Samouraï (1967)

The opening scene of Le Samouraï immediately establishes a bleak Parisian setting. The opening credits fade in and out, superimposed on the scene of...

2 Dope Queens

2 Dope Queens is a WNYC comedy podcast hosted by Jessica Williams and Phoebe Robinson in front of a live audience in Brooklyn, New...

Independent arts festival hits the AGO

On Saturday, October 29, the Art Gallery of Ontario hosted Canzine, a pay-what-you-can independent zine and arts festival.Zine culture is a historically influential movement...

The Dinner Party Download

“What do you call an alligator in a vest?” asks actress Olivia Wilde.“What?”“An investigator.”This is how every episode of The Dinner Party Download begins—with...

They say there’s a journal for everyone

The Spectatorial proudly presents itself as the University of Toronto’s “one and only genre journal.” It curates the best of original speculative fiction, genre...

Goodbye Honolulu on their new album

Toronto band Goodbye Honolulu defies any fixed genre, though critics have tossed around “slasher rock,” “garage” or “indie.”After the band released their newest single,...

Independent arts festival hits the AGO

On Saturday, October 29, the Art Gallery of Ontario hosted Canzine, a pay-what-you-can independent zine and arts festival.Zine culture is a historically influential movement...
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