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Cabin Fever: April and the Extraordinary World

Sun, Jan 22 / 2 pm
2015, France, 105 min
Directed by Franck Ekinci and Christian Desmares

In an alternate 1941, France is governed by steam and Napoleon V, where scientists continue to vanish mysteriously.accompanied by her talking cat (Philippe Katerine), a teen (Marion Cotillard) embarks on a quest to find her missing scientist parents in Paris.

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Going with the Flow / Directed by Winona Bearshield & Jaylene Wood, 2016, Canada, 3 min / This collaborative work was made by Jaylene and Winona along with their mentor Jackie Traverse as their first film. It was inspired by the city of Winnipeg and what surrounds them here, including pizza, Indigenous artists and Video Pool.

Generously sponsored by the Assiniboine Credit Union.

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Reviews

A joyful, accomplished movie that echoes The City of Lost Children, The Adventures of Tintin, Metropolis, Howl's Moving Castle and something unique into a delightful piece of work.
- Brian Tallerico, rogerebert.com
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