Patrons of the Toronto Black Film Festival entering the theatre at Carlton Cinema (Tianna Reno/Ryersonian) After seven strong years, the Toronto Black Film Festival (TBFF) has made its impact again,…
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First Light is an Indigenous futurism virtual reality (VR) art project. Between Sept. 18 and 24, the National Film Board of Canada (NFB) provided free admission to Biidaaban’s Canadian première in Nathan Phillips Square. The project, created by Anishinaabe film and VR artist Lisa Jackson and 3D artist Mathew Borrett, immerses audiences in futuristic interpretations of popular Toronto locations.
How do you celebrate or handle the nervousness of graduating from university? Mikael Melo, an RTA School of Media student produced and starred in a episodic music video that highlights…
Ryerson’s feminist magazine is now called The Oakham House Feminist Publishing Society. The magazine, created in 1992, has been published out of Ryerson University under the name McClung’s magazine for…
Days after the Indigenous Students’ Association (ISA) at Ryerson deemed Minowe Magazine’s name cultural appropriation, the publication announced the first-ever issue is at a halt. McClung’s magazine was renamed on…