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Student-Directed Film Engages its Audience From Start to Finish
Concordia Film Studies student, Katherine Martineau, directed a short film that got selected to represent our university in the Festival du Nouveau Cinema.
A Review of the World Press Photo Contest, in Montreal Until Oct. 1
Burhan Ozbilici, an Associated Press photographer, was struck with admiration by the Russian ambassador, who was inaugurating a photo exhibition a mere six metres in front of him. Moments later the man Ozbilici revered was shot in the back by an off duty police officer.
Women of Colour Speak Out About the Importance of Intersectionality in Feminism
The feminist movement was created to give women an equal social, political and economic standing as men–but last Saturday during a “Tout le Hood en Parle,” some said that it can feel exclusive to many.
Quebec’s Animation Film Festival Kicks Off Nov. 23
“Animation is broad—it’s not just for children,” said Lori Malépart-Traversy.
Panel on Careers in Social Impact and Entrepreneurship Takes Place at Concordia
More and more entrepreneurs are trying to make their startups the next big thing, with the goal to incorporate social values.
Cree Artist Joseph Naytowhow Shares His Knowledge At Concordia
Joseph Naytowhow is a Plains/Woodland Cree artist who came to Concordia from Saskatchewan to pass on knowledge about the traditional Cree way of knowing and seeing through observation and expression.
Les Beiges Wins Best Student Short Film Across Canada
For directing without artifice, respect of their subjects, and an original way of filming cars—the award for the Best Student Short Film across Canada goes to Les Beiges.
Over 500 Different Segments Incorporated into the Making
A man is holding you at gunpoint in an empty parking lot. “Get in the car,” he orders. Obey or run. Whatever you choose, be prepared for the consequences.
Film Entries Include a Collaboration with Studio Ghibli, Queer Issues and More
“There’s something for everyone,” said Nicolas Girard Deltruc, FNC Executive Director.
75th Edition of Event Draws in Record Breaking Crowd
At the base of the staircase to Kafein’s bar stands a small table with a donation jar, saying “feed the artists.”
Role Reversal at Le Gym
It seems like men are shy to lift weights and use the squat rack because women are too busy doing their routines.
First Prize for World Press Photo Competition Focuses on Refugee Crisis, Exhibited in Montreal
On the border of Serbia and Hungary one August night last year, a Syrian man passed a baby underneath a barbed wire fence as they journeyed to find refuge in Europe.