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RTA students pay thousands to create their final projects

If you stop any student on the Ryerson campus and ask them how they’re doing financially, their response will probably range from “broke” to “really broke.”

It’s no secret that university students are short on cash. Tuition fees are hard enough to pay on time, but students in the Radio Television Arts (RTA) program face additional costs in order to finish their degrees.

by Heather Stewart· · Arts & Life, Film & Television
MOVIE MONDAY: “Suburbicon”

MOVIE MONDAY: “Suburbicon”

George Clooney flexes his directorial muscles once again with Suburbicon, a thriller set in an idealistic 1950s community.

The film opens with a community’s less-than-happy discovery of a black family, the Mayers, moving in. From there, the movie takes off with a story that poses twists in nearly every scene.

(Courtesy of Tonya Williams)

Ryerson alumna receives film and television award

A Ryerson theatre alumna is being recognized for her outstanding career with a special industry award.

by Angela McLean· · Film & Television, News, Theatre
MOVIE MONDAY: “The Snowman”

MOVIE MONDAY: “The Snowman”

Trailers aren’t always the best way to judge a film.

I’ve learned this the hard way with several films before (I’m looking at you, Suicide Squad), but it still hurts every time. The Snowman is the latest film to take the olive branch I extended and snap it in half.

RTA filmmakers students tackle corporate greed

RTA filmmakers students tackle corporate greed

Imagine a world where a large corporate company with enough power to both save communities from drought but also escape the law when it poisons them.

This is the focus of Unearthed, a dramatic, short-film in production by a group of RTA students meant to address the ethics behind the business of food.

by Aidan Macnab· · Arts & Life, Film & Television
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