National Film Board of Canada: Celebrating 100 Years of Marshall McLuhan

02Nov11

This year, Toronto celebrates the centenary of the birth of Marshal McLuhan.

Tuesday, November 8 at 3 PM

FREE SCREENING   –   McLuhan’s Wake, 93 minutes

In the midst of an era of Internet, virtual and wired technologies, McLuhan’s Wake explores the enduring hold of McLuhan’s message.

Blending all forms of media, including animation and special effects, McLuhan’s Wake is a visually dazzling and poetic film, with narration by renowned performance artist Laurie Anderson, and commentary by scholars Eric McLuhan, Neil Postman, Lewis Lapham and journalist Patrick Watson.

November 5 to 10th

Drop by during our business hours to watch additional McLuhan-related films on demand. Our Digital Viewing Stations are always available to the public to watch over 6 000 films for free.

In partnership with McLuhan 100 and the McLuhan Program in Culture and Technologyat the University of Toronto. 

  • November 10 2011
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