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Andre Haroutounian Vlogs About "Through the Gaze of a Navel"

Check out Andre Haroutounian’s vlog review of Through the Gaze of a Navel! 


The Gallows filmmakers determined to scare

LOS ANGELES – One of the last things Fresno, Calif. is known for is movie production. But that’s where The Gallows co-directors and co-writers Chris Lofing and Travis Cluff first met. 546 more words


Trish Duggan Why Childhood Memories Disappear

“For the memory to remain accessible, my younger self had to remember those concepts in the same language-based way that my adult self remembers information. I formed earlier memories using more rudimentary, pre-verbal means, and that made those memories unreachable as the acquisition of language reshaped how my mind works, as it does for everyone.” 8 more words

Trish Duggan

Letter: Métro booths need more staff

At the Longueuil métro station last Friday at about 5 p.m., commuters trying to make their way to Montreal for various activities taking place — including me, my husband and a friend on the way to a show at the Jazz fest — were greeted by long lineups and crowds at the ticket booths. 91 more words


Fun times at Worthy Farm - Glastonbury Festival '15

This is a rather delayed post on our (very) long weekend at Glastonbury. It’s taken me this long to get back to normal!

Five days camping out at my favourite music festival is one of the most simultaneous exhilarating and exhausting holiday experiences ever. 400 more words

Interview with Alistair Cross: The Crimson Corset

Alistair Cross is best known for his collaborations with Tamara Thorne, but now that he’s about to release his first solo novel, The Crimson Corset, it’s time to chat with him one on one about writing, vampires, and his new book. 5,628 more words


David Altmejd retrospective a balance of the gorgeous and grotesque

You’d be forgiven for describing David Altmejd’s art as frightening.

“The work is full of contrast,” says Josée Bélisle, co-curator of Flux, the retrospective of Altmejd’s work on now at the Musée d’art contemporain Montreal. 456 more words