With 2018’s The Secret Life of Planets, singer-songwriter Zaki Ibrahim established herself as a musician on the cutting edge of the medium.
The first feature film by documentarian Baljit Sangra, Because We Are Girls is an examination of how the devastating effects of sexual abuse can cross generations, cultures and continents.
Manitobans are currently sandwiched between provincial and federal elections.
Begonia's Fear // SOS Fest at the Park Theatre // Plug In Institute of Contemporary Art AGM // WPW Don’t Be a Menace // Bar Mitzvah Boy at WJT //Dual book launch at McNally Robinson
Asako I and II stars Erika Karata as Asako, a university student who meets a dreamy club DJ named Baku (Masahiro Higashide) at an art gallery in Osaka. After a brief but intense whirlwind romance, Baku disappears.
Here at The Uniter, we take our community obligations seriously. Those obligations include telling the stories that aren’t told elsewhere, but it also refers to our role as a learning paper.
Super Duty Tough Work EP release // Drop-in workshop with Anne Steves // Billy-Ray Belcourt in conversation with Rosanna Deerchild // Sherbrook Street Festival // Impromptu by Chris Chuckry at cre8ery // Workshops at Fort Garry Women’s Resource Centre
Writer-director Joanna Hogg’s The Souvenir has many pleasures
The new school year is a time of change for many students. It’s a time of change for The Uniter, as well.
Any University of Winnipeg (U of W) student or staff who’s ever chowed down on a mushroom burger or pulled-pork poutine knows that plenty of thought and care goes into the food that’s served on campus.
Ego Spank will play at Heart of the Nation.
Mannon Smalley has been fronting local band Silence Kit for the past three-and-a-half years.
Pet fair! // BIPOC Improv // Acclaimed Swedish film Border finally comes to Winnipeg // Level 16 at Cinematheque // School of Art student show at Platform // Pink Panda’s Pandamensional
FACE | TIME with Anita Lebeau // Labour Protest Songs at the library // Winnipeg Comedy Showcase’s 5th anniversary // Shakespeare + Phantom of the Paradise = true Winnipeg weirdness // International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination
Writer Jamie Michaels and artist Doug Fedrau’s graphic novel Christie Pits uses the comic book medium to explore racism in Canada.
Winnipeg’s status as a cultural hub for music, dance and drama has its roots in the vaudeville era of live theatre. An art form that flourished from the 1880s to the 1930s, vaudeville defined pop culture until it was eventually supplanted by radio and talking pictures.
The first feature film by 30-year-old documentarian Bing Liu, Minding the Gap has seen its reputation grow from its debut at 2018’s Sundance Film Festival throughout its long trek across the global festival and arthouse circuits.
H.O.M. is Where the Heart Is // MAWA cupcake auction! // CBC Manitoba Open House // Indigenous writers in residence // African Movie Festival in Manitoba // What to Do with Albert?
Try to tango // Micah Erenberg signs to Sleepless // Café Scientifique talks addiction // Lara Rae’s Dragonfly // Drag Race with local queens // Fundraise to Make Poverty History
Write Ur Own Rom/Com // How I Learned to Drive // All You Can Eat Perogies! // Winnipeg Tattoo Show // Boss Babe Pyjama Party