Critipeg

  • No Bears

    Plays at Cinematheque from Feb. 4 to 12

  • Saint Omer

    Plays at Cinematheque until  Feb. 2

  • Delia Derbyshire: The Myths and the Legendary Tapes

    From director, writer and actor Caroline Catz comes Delia Derbyshire: The Myths and The Legendary Tapes, a docu-dramatization that explores the life and legend of the titular figure, an accomplished English electronic-music composer and audio engineer.

  • The Inspection

    Plays until Jan. 15 on Cinematheque at Home

  • Origin Stories: Tom Jackson

    Celebrated Canadian actor, singer and activist Tom Jackson was born to a Cree mother and an English father

  • Critipeg: Cannes Lions

    The Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity showcases the best ads of 2022

  • Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen, A Journey, A Song

    Plays until Nov. 24 on Cinematheque at Home

  • Critipeg: Daisies

    Plays Nov. 24 to 30 at Cinematheque

  • Critipeg: Decision to Leave

    Plays at Cinematheque Nov. 4 to 16

  • Critipeg: Network

    “We’re mad as hell, and we’re not going to take it anymore!”

  • A Social

    Akin to the Prairie that bore the titular tradition, A Social (2022) is an intriguing reflection on sociality, especially feelings of isolation, weirdness and awkwardness.

  • Identikit (The Driver’s Seat)

    Plays at Cinematheque Sept. 21, 24 and 25

  • Alma’s Rainbow

    Plays at Cinematheque until Sept. 18

  • Critipeg: Official Competition

    Although the Argentinian film Official Competition is billed as a comedy, there are some dramatic twists, and the story has a different ending than one usually associated with the comedic genre. 

  • Critipeg: Fire of Love

    Plays at Cinematheque Aug. 19 to Sept. 4

  • Critipeg: ‘We are not ruined’

    In an interview for Ric Burns’ New York (1999), urban theorist Marshall Berman discusses the role of graffiti and hip-hop in 1970 and 1980s New York. Berman refers to these forms of expression as proverbial rainbows cutting through New York’s then bleak and derelict landscapes.

  • Critipeg: Typical Toewsian tropes

    It’s fitting that a narrative about walking along the Red and Assiniboine Rivers would be published in early February, when the frozen river trail is abuzz with patrons. It is, after all, one of the most brag-worthy facts about Winnipeg, unimaginable to audiences from just about any other climate – which happens to be a young Parisian man in The Way She Closed the Door.

  • Critipeg: Nationtime

    Plays until March 11 on Cinematheque At Home

  • Critipeg: Karen Dalton: In My Own Time

    Streaming on Cinematheque at Home until March 13

  • Critipeg: Red Rocket

    Plays at Cinematheque Feb. 4 to 17

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