Daily Archives: March 6, 2019

Head-to-Head: Should election campaign posters be professional or gimmicky?

Posters have too much cosplay, too little connection By Susie Ngo, March 7 2019 — It’s hard to miss the multitude of campaign posters plastered in every hallway from Craigie Hall to Science Theatres during the Students’ Union election. They’re big, bold and colourful, often featuring smiling candidates decked out in quirky costumes or, in one case, holding a puppy. Bearing similarities to war propaganda posters, they…

The Piano Teacher screens at Globe Cinema

By Juan Hernandez, March 6 2019 — On Feb. 14, the Globe Cinema screened Michael Haneke’s 2001 film The Piano Teacher, presented by Calgary Cinematheque — a non-profit film society that screens artistic, obscure or challenging films as a means of promoting cinema within Calgary. If The Piano Teacher teaches us anything, it’s that sex is…

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