WINTER SERIES – SAVE THE DATES!

Escape the Covid Winter with this new program – Humour, Movie Appreciation and Cooking!

FIVE  webinars   $50.00

45 minute presentations with 15 minutes for questions

  • Humour your stress
  • Appreciation of Film History
  • Valentine cooking with flair!

Dates and Times:

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Sharron Johnston

Sharron Johnston

January 20, 2021 – 1PM

Humour Your Stress: and  Documentary – “Laughing and crying”

About the Speaker
Sharron Johnston is a retired assistant professor from the Department of Psychiatry at McMaster University. For 18 years she co-hosted the annual Canadian humour conference and is the  author of “Take the Wheels off your Worry Bus”.

Adam Nayman

Adam Nayman

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!

Tyson Lambert

Tyson Lambert

February 10, 2021 – 1PM

Chef Tyson Lambert, will present recipes in time for Valentines

About the Speaker
Tyson Lambert has worked on TV shows: Chopped Canada, Bake with Anna Olson and Fire Masters.  He is the culinary producer of Masterchef Canada. He is currently chef at the Arlington Hotel,  Paris. He  is an experienced and  enthusiastic presenter. Don’t miss his delicious ideas to celebrate Valentines!

Gabrielle Marceau

Gabrielle Marceau

February 24, 2021 – 1PM

Motion Picture Censorship

About the Speaker
Gabriella Marceau will show snippets of movies to explore how Motion Picture censorship was the most influential force in Hollywood from the 1930s through to the end of the 1950s and impacts what we see on screen today.

Gabrielle Marceau is a writer, critic, and lecturer living in Toronto. She has a Masters Degree from The University of Toronto in Cinema Studies . She is the founder of In The Mood magazine.

Adam Nayman

Adam Nayman

March 24, 2021 – 1PM

Contradictory Morality and Humour of the Coen brother’s movies

About the Speaker
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!

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