DOXA presents Weird Old Winnipeg, featuring 9 shorts from Winnipeg on Tuesday, May 6 at 9:15PM.

“Calling all Pegcity ex-pats, friends, fans, and foes of Canada’s strangest city! In honour of the 40th anniversary of the mighty Winnipeg Film Group, DOXA has lined up a flavourful collection of films from some of the city’s most visionary filmmakers including Ryan McKenna (Controversies), Matthew Rankin (I Dream of Driftwood), Dave Barber (Will the Real Dave Barber Please Stand Up?), Leslie Supnet (Animated Heavy Metal Parking Lot and spectroscopy), Aaron Zeghers and Nigel Webber (11 Parking Lots and One Gradual Sunset), Walter Forsberg (Fahrenheit 7-Eleven), Rhayne Vermette (J. Werier), and Jaimz Asmundson and Karen Asmundson (Citizens Against Basswood).” (SC)

Also featured at the festival is Mike Rollo’s 20 minute subtle and beautiful film The Broken Altar, a portrait of abandoned and emptied drive in theaters.

DOXA, Vancouver’s Documentary Film Festival, runs May 2-11, 2014.