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CINEMATHEQUE AT HOME

Safe at Home: Events Transpiring Before, During and After a High School Basketball Game

Fri, Feb 5 / 7 pm
Free to view!
Directed by Ted Stenson
2020, Canada, 75 min

Followed by a live Q&A with director Ted Stenson!

As Middleview High School’s woeful boys basketball team prepares for another certain loss, several unusual dramas take shape around its periphery. Ken, a cantankerous referee, finds himself charged with minding his soon-to-be ex-wife’s Shih Tzu; Brent Davidson, the Middleview Ducks’ obnoxious assistant coach, lobbies to install a complex offensive system; third-string point guard Joel attempts to explain existentialism to his teammates; and a group of theatre students plan a confrontational protest after their “post-colonial” King Lear is banned by the administration.


This free program is presented with the support of the Province of Manitoba’s Safe at Home program. Visit safeathomemb.ca for a list of other programs available for free.

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