September 28, 2018
This ninth annual Culture Days weekend will feature hundreds of free cultural events for Manitobans in all corners of the province September 28 to 30, 2018. Nuit Blanche Winnipeg is a free, all-night festival of contemporary art that takes place on Saturday September 29, 2018 from dusk until dawn. Here are some media production-related events:
The St. Boniface Bicycle Drive-In– An old time drive-in movie theatre for bikes. Participants ride up to Parc Joseph Royal and take turns pedalling to run the bicycle-powered projector. The projected films will be short films by local and Québec filmmakers. September 29, 6pm to 2am.
Screening of: At the Heart of Manitoba Francophone Community– This documentary explores the trials, tribulations, determination, achievements and the joie de vivre of Manitoba’s Francophone and Metis community. September 29, 3:30pm to 4:30pm, and 4:30pm to 5:30pm.
Film or Fable?– Join the great debate: what’s better, the book or the movie? There will be a lively discussion, trivia, and prizes. September 29, 8:50pm to 9:10pm; part of Nuit Blanche Gimli.
Dauphin Culture Days FILMFEST– See local stories on the big screen. The films in the festival may be locally shot and produced, or may feature filmmakers with a connection to Dauphin. September 30, 1:00pm to 5:00pm, Dauphin, MB.
TIFF Film: Leave No Trace – The Central Canada Film Group will be offering its first TIFF film of the season during Culture Days with a screening of Leave No Trace. September 30, 3:30pm to 5:30pm; Flin Flon, MB.
Film Training Manitoba Presents Action!: Movie Directing Workshop– This workshop will give participants a hands-on experience directing a movie scene. All the necessary filmmaking tools will be provided. September 28; for schools only.
Freeze Frame Media Arts Centre: Stop-Motion Animation Workshop– Create your own animated film by learning techniques for stop-motion filmmaking and video editing, using cameras, iPevos, and computers. September 28; for schools only.
See the press release here: https://news.gov.mb.ca/news/index.html?item=44622&posted=2018-09-25