Val Lewton’s Cat People: otherness in the everyday

Teresa de Lauretis delivered public lecture at Concordia

Val Lewton’s Cat People: otherness in the everyday

“She was marked with the curse of those who slink and court and kill by night!” These words can be found on the original movie poster of Val Lewton’s 1942 horror film Cat People. For those of you who have not yet had the pleasure of watching this classic, Cat People is about a Serbian… continue reading

Experience your senses All at Once – literally

Exhibit at VAV Gallery implores viewers to contemplate the sensory possibilities of the human body

Experience your senses All at Once – literally

Most of us go through life seeing, hearing, smelling, tasting and feeling the world around us. But how often do we get to step into a spacious white room where we are asked to experience these senses all at once? Right about now. All at Once… continue reading

Burn This: Bringing independent theatre to Montreal

Former Concordia students and director Dale Hayes bring the 1987 play to the Mainline Theatre

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If you’re not looking for it, you won’t find it. Located at 3997 Boulevard Saint-Laurent, the Mainline Theatre considers itself the home of indie theatre. Nestled tight between two other locations on the Main, unless you’re specifically… continue reading