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Sit­u­ated Cinema A free pro­gram of films cu­rated by Solomon Na­gler screening in a mo­bile mi­crocin­ema in­stalled in dif­fer­ent places: at The Forks Thurs­day at noon; at the Univer­sity of Win­nipeg Fri­day at 9 a.m.; and at the Win­nipeg Art Gallery Fri­day at 8 p.m. and Satur­day at 6 p.m. Sto­ries from the City, Sto­ries from the Sea (Cine­math­eque, Satur­day, Sept. 29 at 3 p.m.) This pro­gram of geo­cen­tric films in­cludes the Man­i­toba pre­mière of

Deco Daw­son’s play­ful por­trait of sur­re­al­ist Jean Benoit, which won the award for best short film at this year’s Toronto In­ter­na­tional Film Fes­ti­val. Bi­og­ra­phy: Films by Prairie Women Film­mak­ers (Cine­math­eque, Sun­day at 3 p.m.) A se­lec­tion of short films from prairie artists in­clud­ing lo­cals Dan­ishka Ester­hazy, Ca­role O’Brien, Paula Kelly and Co­ral Aiken. One Take Su­per-8 Event (Gas Sta­tion The­atre Sun­day at 8 p.m.) As usual, the fes­ti­val ends by kick­ing it old-school with some 27 films shot by a mul­ti­tude of lo­cal artists on Su­per-8 movie cam­eras with the stip­u­la­tion of no cuts and splices al­lowed.

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