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  • Jean-Pierre Melville: Le doulos
    Jean-Pierre Melville: Le doulos
    Fri, Jan 18 / 7 pm
    Sat, Jan 26 / 3 pm
    A stone-faced Jean-Paul Belmondo stars as enigmatic gangster Silien, who may or may not be responsible for squealing on Faugel (Serge Reggiani), just released from the slammer and already involved in what should have been a simple heist.
  • Canada’s Top Ten: Anthropocene: The Human Epoch
    Canada’s Top Ten: Anthropocene: The Human Epoch
    Sat, Jan 5 / 9:30 pm
    Sun, Jan 6 / 5 pm
    Fri, Jan 11 / 7 pm
    Sat, Jan 12 / 7:15 pm
    Sun, Jan 13 / 5 pm
    Thu, Jan 17 / 7 pm
    Fri, Jan 18 / 9 pm
    Sat, Jan 19 / 5 pm
    Four years in the making, this stunning new feature is the latest film from the award-winning team, Jennifer Baichwal, Nicholas de Pencier and Edward Burtynsky, who created Manufactured Landscapes (2006) and Watermark (2013). From concrete seawalls  in China that now cover 60% of the mainland coast; to the devastated Great Barrier Reef in Australia, the filmmakers traversed the globe to reveal the powerful effects of climate change.
  • The Great Buster
    The Great Buster
    Sat, Jan 19 / 3 pm & 7 pm
    Sun, Jan 20 / 5 pm
    Wed, Jan 23 / 7 pm
    Fri, Jan 25 / 7 pm
    Sun, Feb 3 / 5 pm
    A beautiful cinematic love letter to the greatest of all silent-era comedians, Buster Keaton. Through well-curated film clips from Keaton’s seemingly bottomless résumé of shorts and features, we get a front row seat to the miraculous bits and death-defying gags from such classic films as Steamboat Bill, Jr., The General, Sherlock Jr., and Seven Chances. Featuring interviews with Carl Reiner, Mel Brooks, Richard Lewis, Bill Hader, Dick Van Dyke, and Werner Herzog.
  • The Task at Hand: Four under-celebrated blue-collar Manitoba films
    Mike Maryniuk has assembled some of his favourite films from both the Winnipeg Film Group and the Video Pool archives. He initially set out to find films about working class heroes and forgotten small town local legends. Both the film and video archives are jammed to the rafters with gems and both “Famous for Quality”. Watch it for free now! (60 min)
  • The WFG is hiring!
    The Winnipeg Film Group seeks a Full-Time Operations Manager to fulfill a new role in our organization. They will be a positive and important addition to our...
  • January/February Staff Picks
    Check out some highlights of what’s coming up at Cinematheque in January/February and download a PDF copy of the program guide.