Planning to head out to Gimli, Manitoba between July 23 and 27 for the Gimli Film Festival?
Make sure you visit Gimli Theatre (Venue 1) on July 25 for the ‘Manitoba Short Films & Global Choice Awards’ at 2 pm. Fifteen Manitoba-made short films will be screened, with an introduction by film maker Curis L. Wiebe and a Q & A session with the Winnipeg Film Group‘s Dave Barber. Click on the link to view the short film listings: http://www.gimlifilm.com/films-archive/2014/manitoban-short-films-global-audience-choice-award/
Want to see more Canadian short films after that? The Aspire Theatre (Venue 3) will be the place to be on Sunday, July 27 at 12 noon for shorts produced by various Canadian film makers. Full listing of films can be found by clicking: http://www.gimlifilm.com/films-archive/2014/canadian-short-films/
There will also be international shorts by Icelandic film maker Runar Runarsson and from the TIFF Film Circuit.
Gimli Film Festival is in its 13th year and presents feature films, documentaries and shorts from Manitoba, Canada and the world. The festival hosts films at four indoor film venues, as well as on its famous beach screen. Seminars and workshops are also scheduled during the festival. Check out http://www.gimlifilm.com/ for more info. You can give Gimli FIlm Festival a ‘like’ on Facebook and follow them on Twitter: @GimliFilm
(News source: Gimli Film Festival website: http://www.gimlifilm.com)