January 27, 2021 – 1PM
History of Toronto Cinema
About the Speaker
A look at the early history of Toronto cinema and how its themes of rebellion, alienation and youth in crisis have carried through to the city’s contemporary cinematic landscape.
Adam Nayman is a Toronto based film critic and lecturer. His work has appeared in the Globe and Mail, he is a contributing editor of Cinema Scope and he teaches in the film departments of Ryerson and U of T. He has written four books including The Coen Brothers. His engaging presentation will leave you with a new appreciation of film!