Author: Aidan Grether

KFF film review: Shoplifters

Hirokazu Kore-eda’s Shoplifters was a surprise appearance at the Oscars, where it received a nomination for best foreign language film.  Kore-eda gives voice to the age-old ethical dilemma: would you steal bread to feed your …

KFF film review: Circle of Steel

For Canadians west of Ontario, this drama is a must see. Circle of Steel, directed by Gillian McKercher depicts life in the oil and gas industry so accurately. Granted, I haven’t worked a day in …

KFF film review: The House That Jack Built

Lars Von Trier did something in The House That Jack Built: Von Trier proved that a film can both be horrifying, while still incredibly captivating. The House That Jack Built follows Jack, with Matt Dillon …

TRUSU calls on feds to expand student grants

The TRU Students’ Union has called on the federal government to change how the public funds of financial aid are used. In August, TRUSU made a submission to a federal government budget committee calling for …