Author: Iain Sellers, Arts & Culture Editor

“When they performed the pieces in the camp, that was probably the highlight of the day or the week—(it is) when they were able to escape the reality (of the Holocaust).”—Ulrike Anton, the flautist at the concert.

As the handiwork of Wes Anderson, one should not miss this adventure comedy animation. If you appreciate cinematic and visually stunning landscapes, and—just as importantly—if you like canines and their mischievous behaviour, then this movie is for you.

“Even in the context to which there might be some indication of (creepiness to the stalker’s actions), it’s never really pushed to the degree which we actually see how terrifying it really is.”—Julie Lalonde, women’s rights activist, and survivor of stalking.

“The festival really started with a single goal: let’s celebrate womxn artists. As a group of local artists, this is something we’d all felt for a few years—that desire to celebrate and connect with other female (and) genderqueer artists.”—Monica Bradford-Lea.

“They advertise bubble tea a lot, that’s for sure … (There are) definitely something(s) I can relate to when they mention Asian parents, and stuff like that”—Cornelius Choo, a second-year accounting student at the U of O.

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