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The Infinite Happiness


September 1
Thursday, 7:00 pm
(FRANCE 2015, 85 min.) STC

Presented in partnership with Regina Advocates for Design, OPEN, and Winnipeg Architecture Foundation, the current film in this series of design-oriented community hoping to challenge perceptions of our built environment while reinforcing the importance of innovation and design.

“Inhabiting the giant ‘8 House’ built by Danish architect Bjarke Ingels in the suburbs of Copenhagen, lla Beka & Louise Lemoine recount their subjective experience of living inside this experiment of vertical village, elected in 2011 as the World’s Best Residential Building. The film draws the lines of a human map which allows the viewer to discover the building through an inner and intimate point of view and questions the architecture’s ability to create collective happiness showing the surprising results of this new type of social model of the 21st century.” Living Architectures

Blood Simple


September 1-4
Thursday, 9:00 pm
Friday, 7:00 pm
Saturday, 9:00 pm
Sunday, 7:00 pm
(USA 1984, 99 min.) 14A

“This razor-sharp modern film noir, the first film by Joel and Ethan Coen, introduced the brothers’ inimitable black humor and eccentric sense of character, a sensibility that has helped shape the course of contemporary American cinema. Deep in the heart of Texas, a sleazy bar owner suspects his wife of having an affair and hires a private detective to confirm his suspicions – only to have the crosshairs turned back on himself. Playfully shot by Barry Sonnenfeld and featuring a haunting score by Carter Burwell and a cunning performance by Frances McDormand. Blood Simple was a career-launching film for this ensemble and the first articulation of the precision of style.



September 2-4
Friday, 9:00 pm
Saturday, 7:00 pm
Sunday, 2:30 pm
(USA 2016, 110 min.) STC

Shortly after former New Orleans Saints star defensive back Steve Gleason is diagnosed with ALS at the age of 34, he learns that his wife Michel is pregnant with their first child. Determined to live his remaining years to its fullest, Steve goes on an expedition to Alaska, creates a foundation to help other ALS patients, repairs a rocky relationship with his father and embraces new technologies to help compensate for his deteriorating physical abilities – all with Michel’s unwavering support. Brimming with humor and heart, this inspirational documentary follows a man who battles overwhelming adversity to find his true purpose in life.

Almost Famous


August 31
Wednesday, 6:45 pm
(2000, 120 min.) AA
Free admission

Set in 1970’s, the story tells of a high school student who gets the opportunity to interview and write about an emerging rock n’ roll band.