Film

  • Arts briefs

    Burton Cummings at Burton Cummings// Extra! Extra!// A migratory tale// Something old, something new// A very Ukrainian Christmas fair// Gimme Some Truth @ Cinematheque

  • Favourite movie by a local filmmaker

    1. A Social by Tavis Putnam
    2. I Survived Winnipeg by Folks Films
    3. Late Summer by Ryan Steel

  • Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen, A Journey, A Song

    Plays until Nov. 24 on Cinematheque at Home

  • Arts briefs

    Chuckling for a good cause// MTC presents The Three Musketeers// Jaimie Isaac exhibition at 1C03// Cinematoba kickstarts community film// Empowering incarcerated women through beadwork// A final evening with Duncan Mercredi and friends

  • Arts briefs

    50 years of PTE// A lyrical Cinderella story// Hearing Trees album release show// Final call: Transmissions exhibition// Cosmic voices// Cinematic Somatics workshop

  • Critipeg: Daisies

    Plays Nov. 24 to 30 at Cinematheque

  • Origin stories: Adam Brooks, Award-winning artist and filmmaker

    Born in Winnipeg and originally from the Riverview area, Adam Brooks doesn’t feel there is anything unusual about his start in life.

  • Critipeg: Decision to Leave

    Plays at Cinematheque Nov. 4 to 16

  • Critipeg: Rosie

    Plays at Cinematheque from Nov. 11 to 13

  • Arts briefs

    WJT opening show// Docs and deadlines// Youth maker market// Playwrights on parenting// Bringing African dance to the Prairies// November art talk

  • A film foundation

    The UWpg Film Festival is more than an exhibition of short films.

  • 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.

  • Arts briefs

    Winging it// Hone your craft// David Myles Trio @ The Park// Top-notch laughs// Célébrer le cinéma français// Local writers shortlisted for prestigious award

  • Arts briefs

    Writing the city// Multimedia connections// Celebrating moving image// The Handmaid’s Tale at RWB// Call for Indigenous filmmakers// Network at Royal MTC

  • Hidden in plain sight

    On the first floor of Lockhart Hall at the University of Winnipeg (U of W) is a room unknown to many. From the outside, it looks like almost any other classroom on campus.

  • Showcasing the absurd

    In the cinematic imaginary, Winnipeg is largely defined by Guy Maddin’s award-winning My Winnipeg (2007), which portrays the city as a remote absurd oddity characterized by a combination of horror, mysticism and sentimentality.

  • House of the Dragon’s Moralizing discourse

    Since its premier in August, House of the Dragon, HBO’s prequel series to its controversial fantasy blockbuster Game of Thrones, has already slotted itself into its predecessor’s position in the weekly thinkpiece factory.

  • Arts briefs

    Digital double feature à la PTE// Lennard Taylor reopening soirée// The city won’t sleep tonight// Bringing African cinema to the Prairies// Music aboard the Nonsuch// Reigniting Indigenous languages

  • Arts briefs

    Love the Exchange// Brews, yoga and more// Screening awareness// Connecting through art// Celebrate food at Fort Gibraltar// Pro-rock and pro-choice

  • Eulogy for Howard

    On Aug. 18, Winnipeg’s university students and film fans alike were greeted by sad news. 

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