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 | Alliance française du Manitoba
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"TU PEUX TOUJOURS RÊVER"
A MUSICAL SHOW FOR CHILDREN 
From the age of 4 onwards

Alex Toucourt & Julien M’a Dit, two French artists, are coming to Winnipeg to present their children's show « Tu peux toujours rêver » ("You can always dream"). A funny tale on friendship with furiously catchy songs - it will be impossible not to dance! 


 | Winnipeg Art Gallery
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Presented by Plug In ICA, and hosted at the Winnipeg Art Gallery in their auditorium on Tuesday, April 9, 2019, the legendary Buren will give a public talk detailing his bold and categorical work.

Plug In ICA presents this talk as part of our STAGES Speaker Series in anticipation of the STAGES biennial in 2019. For STAGES 2019, Buren will remount a work for the first time since 1981 titled, Limited Time Only!. This site-specific intervention was initially produced in Toronto in a St. James Town apartment block for which Buren offered to wallpaper apartments within the building with his signature stripes. Residents of the apartment block could have an artwork by Buren for the minimal cost of the wallpaper itself: $50 for one wall, $125 for an entire room. Plug In ICA will work with Buren to restage this work in Winnipeg in August 2019, selecting an apartment block similar in history and economic status to the original, offering its residents an opportunity to have a work by Buren installed in their homes for a Limited Time Only!. The title emulates language used in advertising, but references the tenuous and precarious nature of the renter. 


 | Forth - 171 McDermot Ave
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The Alliance Française du Manitoba invites you to a relaxed French conversation meetup. This fall we will be meeting at Forth the first Wednesday of each month. Come have a drink and practice your French among francophones and francophiles in the heart of the Exchange District. All levels of French are welcome!! Spots are limited, a Meetup registration is required.
Meetup Event


 | Université de Saint-Boniface
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As part of the celebrations of La Francophonie in March 2019, take part to a"dictée" (dictation) taken from Gabrielle Roy's work, organized by La Maison Gabrielle-Roy and the Alliance Française du Manitoba in partnership with the Gabrielle Roy Library in Quebec City. No matter the number of mistakes on your copy, the result will remain anonymous! Registered participants may win participation prizes. No losers, no winners. Minimum French level requirement: B1.

CinéFeel : "Sans Maman"

CinéFeel : "Sans Maman"
 | Alliance française du Manitoba
Published

For the International Day of Francophonie, Alliance française du Manitoba is happy to screen "Sans Maman", by Marie-France Guerrette, a franco-albertan filmmaker (who will be present for this occasion!)
On August 31, 1995, Guerrette's family life takes a dramatic turn. Mona, the mother, passes at 42 of the remnants of a breast cancer, leaving behind a husband and two daughters, Mylène and Marie-France, to which she bequeaths a tape containing the testimony of her life. How to recover, as a child, from the death of a parent? By recording her life, as well as her family's, Marie-France Guerrette welcomes us into her mourning. The archives, sometimes flawed or imprecise and filled with emotions, build the history of her family. Marked with authenticity, these interviews represent a freeing speech. Along her path, she discovers a heavy legacy: genetical cancer. This documentary has had many positive points on Marie-France's life - ease the mourning process, incitate a call for action, as well as anchoring her in the side of the livings.


 | Alliance Française du Manitoba
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Ever wondered what the Alliance Française du Manitoba is all about? Now is your chance to find out! We're hosting an Open House on Saturday, March 16th from 10am-2pm. It's the perfect opportunity to drop in one of our classes, learn about our cultural events and activities, or just simply to see the facility. The event is free and there are participation prizes and discount vouchers to win!


 | Winnipeg Cinematheque
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"Wrong Cops, Jazztronauts & Synchronized Swimming"! The Alliance Française French Film Festival is back for its fifth edition! Organized by Alliance Française du Manitoba and Winnipeg Cinematheque as a part of the 24th edition of the French Language and Francophonie week, the Alliance Française French Film Festival is an invitation to discover films from different times and places and experience the sophisticated, vibrant and daring films from France. All films are shown at Winnipeg Cinematheque and come with English subtitles.


 | Forth - 171 McDermot Ave
Published

The Alliance Française du Manitoba invites you to a relaxed French conversation meetup. This fall we will be meeting at Forth the first Wednesday of each month. Come have a drink and practice your French among francophones and francophiles in the heart of the Exchange District. All levels of French are welcome!! Spots are limited, a Meetup registration is required.

Meetup event


 | Alliance Française du Manitoba
Published

Come share your words in any language you wish to use, and help us build a strong community of poets.

Bring your voice and your instruments, we'll be there to listen.

In 2018-2019, the host is Amber O’Reilly, a multilingual spoken word artist and poet. Born under Yellowknife’s midnight sun, she has lived in Winnipeg since 2013. Amber has performed at Northwords NWT, Speaking Crow, Winnipeg Poetry Slam, Winnipeg Fringe Festival, Thin Air and the Canadian Festival of Spoken Word and published in the Winnipeg Free Press, L'Aquilon and Oratorealis. She writes theatre reviews for La Liberté and is a board member of the Association des auteur-e-s du Manitoba français and Thin Air, Winnipeg International Writers Festival.

Entrance is free and open to all


 | Winnipeg Cinematheque ($6 for students & members)
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Black Space Winnipeg in partnership with the Winnipeg Film Group and Winnipeg Cinematheque is proud to present the 2019 Afro Prairie Film Festival with our Opening Reception on the festival's French Themed Night with Alpha Toshineza and SPAZZ Like the DJ, Friday, February 22 at 9:00 PM.

Come out and help us celebrate the festival’s second year on our French-themed night. Featuring musical performances by Alpha Toshineza and tunes spun by Spazz Like the DJ, light refreshments provided.

FREE ADMISSION - For festival tickets and passes visit: https://www.winnipegfilmgroup.com/product/afro-prairie-film-festival-single-tickets/


 | Alliance Française du Manitoba
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Alpha Toshineza presents his latest solo project Triple in an intimate circle. Exclusive listening session and artwork display for the new album. Free Pizzas + surprises....
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Alpha Toshineza présente son nouveau projet Triple A dans un cadre intimiste. Session d'écoute en avant première et découverte du artwork accompagnant le nouveau projet. Pizzas Gratuites et petites surprises à la fin.


 | Alliance française du Manitoba/Winnipeg Cinémathèque
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 Jean-Pierre Melville, one of the greatest French filmmaker, was born 101 years ago. As an homage, the Alliance Française du Manitoba and the Winnipeg Cinemathèque will screen a retrospective of a dozen of his best movies. Many of his artworks have gone into the Hall of Fame of cinema: Le Samouraï, Army of Shadows, Le Cercle Rouge. Melville has done 13 movies in total, filled with gangsters and dark politicians. He has always been associated with the neo-noir movement, but he explored many other genres, like surrealism. His unique style and his huge artwork is to be rediscovered through this retrospective!

This retrospective will take place from January 10th to February 20th, in partnership with Winnipeg Cinémathèque. More details coming soon.


 | Forth - 171 McDermot
Published

The Alliance Française du Manitoba invites you to a relaxed French conversation meetup. This fall we will be meeting at Forth the first Wednesday of each month. Come have a drink and practice your French among francophones and francophiles in the heart of the Exchange District. All levels of French are welcome!! Spots are limited, a Meetup registration is required. 

Meetup event


 | Maison des artistes visuels francophones
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Land. Water. Climate Change. Colonialism. 

Each year the Institut français, which links the Alliance française network, holds a global "Nuit des idées," or "Night of Ideas." This is a celebration of thought and an opportunity to renew intellectual debate "à la française." It is an evening of dynamic and engaging exchanges that highlight contemporary debates in a creative and multidisciplinary way. This year's theme is "Face au present," or "Facing the present." 

Pop-Up Theatre: Screening of "Outside"'s capture

Pop-Up Theatre: Screening of "Outside"'s capture
 | Alliance française du Manitoba, 934 Corydon
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DEMISTIFY THEATRE PROFESSIONS

As part of the Théâtre Cercle Molière's pop-ups, come watch the capture of the play Dehors, from Gilles Poulin-Denis, played at the Cercle Molière during the 2017-2018 season, and discover the processes of the theatrical creation.
The projection will be followed by a session of questions and answers from Les Productions Rivard and the directeur Gabriel Tougas.
This workshop is part of Cercle Molière's pop-ups serie, and is perfect for all the curiouses willing to know more about what's behind the scenes.
Entrance is free and open to all. 
No inscription is needed. 


 | Alliance française du Manitoba
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In the mood for Melville is a documentary about the famous French filmmaker.  
Jean-Pierre Melville, his 14 movies and his 25 years-long career is an international legend.
His artwork, filled with dark atmospheres, is pretty unique and has made him one of the leader of the neo-noir movement.
His influence has reached Asia, and some of the most renowned filmmakers there testify to depict the impact he has had on their art.

The movie will take place at the Alliance, on 934 Corydon. Entrance is free and open to all.


 | Maison Gabrielle-Roy
Published

Come share your words in any language you wish to use, and help us build a strong community of poets.

Bring your voice and your instruments, we'll be there to listen.

In 2018-2019, the host is Amber O’Reilly, a multilingual spoken word artist and poet. Born under Yellowknife’s midnight sun, she has lived in Winnipeg since 2013. Amber has performed at Northwords NWT, Speaking Crow, Winnipeg Poetry Slam, Winnipeg Fringe Festival, Thin Air and the Canadian Festival of Spoken Word and published in the Winnipeg Free Press, L'Aquilon and Oratorealis. She writes theatre reviews for La Liberté and is a board member of the Association des auteur-e-s du Manitoba français and Thin Air, Winnipeg International Writers Festival.

This second edition of the 18/19 Spoken Word will take place at the Maison Gabrielle-Roy, on 375 Rue Deschambault.
Entrance is free and open to all.

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