Congratulations to Tina Keeper // Double, Double, Toil and Trouble // Sister Cycle // Local Governor General finalists // Mosaic family programs // Seeking: musicians
Winnipeggers love their cult classics.
The moviegoing experience has been a part of Winnipeg culture since the 19th century. More than just a leisure activity, how and where Winnipeggers see movies can be a barometer for gauging local cultural and economic trends.
A surreal and sprawling sci-fi meditation, Stalker is set in a dystopian future society whose fabric is forever altered by the appearance of “The Zone,” a mysterious geographic space of seemingly otherworldly origins.
The word “obituary” can have misleading connotations.
Art City clay on display // More Indigenous art at the WAG // Circle of Life Thunderbird House Fundraiser // Vegan SMACDOWN // JJ Neepin selected for apprenticeship // Wall-to-Wall presents Hotel Room
New Point Douglas mural // FemFest 2017 // Accalia Robertson recieves grant // Syrian newcomer youth theatre // Greys Anatomy trivia night
Aug. 11 to 13 // Where honey meets chili
July 26 to 30 // Moviegoing: An exciting summer activity
July 11 to 16 // Experiencing film through the great outdoors
Iconic indie film pioneer Jim Jarmusch’s newest feature, Paterson, showcases the director at his best.
Pour ceux qui apprécie le cinéma, an interesting festival is returning to Winnipeg.
On paper, the plot of Toni Erdmann may seem innocuous. The Oscar-nominated German-Austrian film is the story of Winfried (Peter Simonischek), an elderly German man, and his daughter Ines (Sandra Hüller), a corporate consultant living in Bucharest.
Don’t Waste a Precious Minute is a creepy, creative and lean horror thriller. It could be used as a textbook example of how to do a lot with a little.
Local filmmakers have seen a shift in power dynamics on set within the last few years, mostly due to advances in technology.
Sean Skene has been beaten up, set on fire and launched from the roof of a moving Jeep – all in the name of a day’s work.
Directed by Raoul Peck and brilliantly narrated by Samuel L. Jackson, the film uses James Baldwin’s words to examine race relations in America, both in Baldwin’s time and the current day.
Across the country, the month of February is packed with events celebrating black history. In Winnipeg, this includes a visual art show with music and weekly movie nights.
This new documentary examines the personal lives of the Catholic Sisters of Manitoba, presenting an earnest portrait of women spirituality.
There’s merit in the idea of a genre exercise. There’s nothing inherently wrong with making a romantic comedy that doesn’t aim to subvert, break new ground or be anything more than a great entry in the rom-com genre. Unfortunately, Lovesick doesn’t quite achieve those modest goals.