Television

  • True crime is still true life

    A cacophony of sirens blares from rescue ve- hicles as they whip past a traffic clog. Drivers tense up and look around. What happened? Is it serious? Did someone die?

  • Salute to a local legend

    On Oct. 30, CBC Manitoba meteorologist John Sauder announced that he will soon be retiring.

  • Why the SAG-AFTRA strike matters

    An unprecedented labour dispute has marked the summer of 2023, holding the entertainment industry hostage.

    On July 14, the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA) embarked on a strike. Approximately 160,000 members’ demands include better pay, improved working conditions and a fair slice of the ever-evolving entertainment pie.

  • Critipeg: Archangel

    Plays at the Dave Barber Cinematheque on March 22 and 23

  • ‘An architectural jewel’

    Places + Spaces: Winnipeg is a series of documentary vignettes that puts the structures, histories and politics of Winnipeg’s built environment on screen.

  • Kern-Hill Furniture stands the test of time

    While students may not remember the glory days of local commercials, many Winnipeggers can’t forget Kern-Hill Furniture’s high-energy TV advertisements.

  • I Like Movies

    Plays at Cinematheque from March 11 to 18

  • Good grief

    The universal and arduous experience of grieving can feel unbearably lonely.

  • Eve’s Bayou

    Plays at Cinematheque from Feb. 17 to 23

  • Frightening, fun fungi

    Like many fellow pop-culture dorks, I’m really enjoying watching The Last of Us, HBO’s new twist on the zombie genre.

  • Saint Omer

    Plays at Cinematheque until  Feb. 2

  • 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

  • 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

  • Origin stories: Fred Penner, entertainer and musician

    Children’s performing legend Fred Penner recently returned to Manitoba for gigs in Winkler and Portage la Prairie.

  • 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.

  • Welcome to the wheel world

    Myles A. Taylor is a man of many talents, as his illustrious pedigree as an actor, writer, director, showrunner and musician prove.

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