Each year, the Oscars provide an opportunity to recognize the greatest works the movie industry has to offer; a true celebration of the art of filmmaking. Nevertheless, there are always a few truly excellent films which slip through the cracks and don’t receive the acclaim they deserve. With the 90th annual Academy Awards behind us, let’s take a look at […]
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A 45-minute film written and directed by Ryerson students is almost complete, but one thing is getting in their way —money. All of the work the team has done for their debut film so far has been financed from their not-so-deep student pockets, said Zach Silverstein, Ryerson film studies student and co-director of The Benz. “There are so many difficulties […]
By Brynn Farren Haunted by horrifying visions of the future? If you’re a soon-to- be graduate of any arts program at Ryerson, this might be the case. Stephen Dunn is an award- winning director and a graduate from Ryerson University’s film program. He recently held a screening at Ryerson for his award-winning film Closet Monster that took home the award […]