• Amanda Strong’s short film Four Faces of the Moon,
    distributed by the Winnipeg Film Group, is an intricate
    stop-motion animation that interlaces Canada’s colonial
    past with Amanda’s personal family history.

     

     

     

     

     

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  • “WFG Distribution opens the eyes of the world.”

    – Michelle Elrick

  • “All my stories are born from this landscape.”
    – Danishka Esterhazy

  • “The Cinematheque is essential to Winnipeg.”

    – Sean Garrity

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The Winnipeg Film Group is an artist-run education, production, exhibition and distribution centre committed to promoting the art of cinema.
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    • WinnipegFilm

      12 Jul

      @WinnipegFilm

      It looks like WFG members, Josh Benoit, Sage Daniels, Ryan Steel and Erika Ulrich will be pitching at the RBC Emerg… https://t.co/MDs7E8ozeA
    • WinnipegFilm

      19 May

      @WinnipegFilm

      Women In the Director’s Chair (WIDC) is collaborating with the Winnipeg Film Group to offer a new WIDC Short Works… https://t.co/ieoWUs4dvS
    • WinnipegFilm

      01 May

      @WinnipegFilm

      RT @kojbfilms: Our next guest for the Aboriginal Film Collective is Actor/Producer Tina Keeper! Collective is May 4, 6pm-9pm at the @Winnip