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Sled Island Music Festival – Guest Curator: Julien Baker

Sled Island Music Festival – Guest Curator: Julien Baker

by Sebastian Buzzalino Julien Baker’s delicate folk songwriting feels like a long-forgotten favourite sweater. She is emotive and resilient, leaving…

This Month in Film – December 2018

Monday 10th, December 2018 / 16:07
By Brendan Lee

Mortal EnginesDecember 14

From the pen of one of cinema’s all-time greats, Peter Jackson (Lord of the Rings, The Hobbit), comes the first step on a colossal new journey. Mortal Engines speaks of a distant future where the city of London has evolved into a massive, mobile, destructive machine, and a girl named Hester stands before its looming shadow.

If Beale Street Could Talk December 14

Oftentimes our greatest strengths never show until we’re torn apart from the ones we love. Barry Jenkins (Moonlight) returns with the swooping tale of Tish and Fonny, two childhood friends incontrovertibly in love and unfairly separated by a false imprisonment. This film radiates the purest form of romance and invites the audience to bask in it.

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-VerseDecember 14

It’s Spiderman. It’s comedic genius Phil Lord. And with a story that hinges on an inter-dimensional web of different Spider-Men of all shapes, sizes, and species (yes, there’s a pig named Spider-Ham), the sky’s the Spider-Limit.

They Shall Not Grow OldDecember 17

Peter Jackson is everywhere this December with the release of his highly anticipated World War I documentary. Years in the making, Jackson takes restored, century-old footage and breathes new life into a time, and an event, so catastrophically world-defining. It’s films like these that ensure we will never forget.

DestroyerDecember 25

One of the year’s most anticipated thrillers arrives just in time for Christmas dinner. Playing a thick-skinned LAPD detective bent on revenge, Nicole Kidman disappears within a role she was destined for – one that may define her career from this point onward.


All Greek To Me: Maplerun Bleed Technical Modern Rock Anthems

All Greek To Me: Maplerun Bleed Technical Modern Rock Anthems

By Sebastian Buzzalino They may sound ultra-Canadian but Greek rockers Maplerun are making a rare cross-Canada tour this month, bringing…