• Screening the very best in
    Canadian and World Cinema

  • Assholes: A Theory
    Assholes: A Theory
    Wed, Nov 13 / 9:30 pm
    Thu, Nov 14 / 9:15 pm
    Fri, Nov 15 / 7 pm
    Sat, Nov 16 / 3 pm
    Sun, Nov 17 / 3 pm
    Wed, Nov 20 / 7 pm
    Are the assholes taking over? Assholes investigates contemporary asshole culture, moving between Ivy League frat clubs, the bratty princedoms of Silicon Valley and the bear pits of international finance, searching for signs of civility in a rude-’n-nasty universe. Former RCMP officer Sherry Lee Benson-Podolchuk (who is interviewed in the film) will participate in a Q & A after the November 15 screening.
  • Running Water 3D
    Running Water 3D
    Sat & Sun, Nov 16 & 17 / 5 pm
    Fri, Nov 29 / 9 pm
    Sat, Nov 30 / 5 pm
    Back by popular demand. In rural cottage country, Andy, a lonely machinist who has difficulty communicating with women, is fishing at his friends Mass and Julie's summerhouse. Sara, a troubled young artist and friend of Julie from Art School, arrives and Andy is instantly attracted to her.
  • Tapeworm
    Thu, Nov 14 / 7 pm
    Fri, Nov 15 / 9 pm
    Sat, Nov 16 / 9 pm
    Sun, Nov 17 / 7 pm
    Wed, Nov 20 / 9 pm
    This darkly comic gem features an all star local cast -Alex Ateah, Adam Brooks, Sam Singer, Stephanie Berrington, Milos Mitrovic, Jennifer Mauws, Igal Rodriguez, Sandro Debari and Slobodian Mitrovic. Tapeworm explores the lives of losers and misfits who intersect in bleak Winnipeg, a city isolated and often overlooked like the offbeat characters who call it home.
  • Wayward Heroes: Modern Icelandic Cinema
    Icelandic cinema is exploding around the world. Immediately following the triumph of black comedies like Rams at Cannes, films by directors such as Dagur Kári, Rúnar Rúnarsson, Hlynur Pálmason and Ísold Uggadóttir picked up prizes at major festivals around the world. Legendary TIFF programmer and writer Steve Gravestock is coming to Winnipeg for three days to launch a new book - History of Icelandic Film which explores the great riches of Icelandic cinema from the silent era to the present day. The sporadic production from the ‘20s to the ‘70s gave way to the “Icelandic Spring” of the ’80s, with international inroads being made in the ’90s. Magic-realist fables, bloody Viking epics, sardonic deadpan comedies, and hard-boiled Nordic noirs, a remarkable evolution from the ’80s to contemporary Iceland.
  • The 11th Annual Gimme Some Truth Documentary Festival (Nov 5-10, 2019)
    Our 11th Annual Gimme Some Truth Documentary Festival takes place November 5 - 10, 2019! Check out our lineup of films, workshops and panel discussions.
  • November/December Staff Picks
    Check out some highlights of what’s coming up at Cinematheque in November/December and download a PDF copy of the program guide.