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HOME COOKED REELS: Manitoba Documentary Shorts

SUN, NOV 30 / 4:30 pm
Curated by Mike Maryniuk
Free Admission!

This program was selected in the spirit of the first Canadian filmmaker (1897), James Freer, a farmer and documentary filmmaker from the Brandon area. The lifeblood of a noon-hour diner, the last days at a country café, a political poet/fiddler, the sale of the family farm, the creation of a horse/bike and a fond look back at line dancing.

  • Waitress by Shawna Dempsey | 1993 | 7:00
  • The Amazing Creation of Al Simmons by Sheldon Oberman | 1986 | 10:00
  • Havakeen Lunch by Elise Swerhone | 1979 | 28:00
  • The Price of Daily Bread by John Paskievich &Mike Mirus | 1985 | 16:00
  • Slapleather by Maureen Smith &Kris Anderson | 1995 | 5:00
  • Le Metif Enragé by Leon Johnson | 1984 | 17:00
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