Special Events


 -   | Alliance Française du Manitoba, 934 Corydon Ave.
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Sink or Swim, one of the greats movies of the year, comes back on screen! Tuesday, August 27th at sunset, come and enjoy this movie under the stars in the parking at the back of the Alliance Française. This comedy is the story of a group of 40-somethings on the verge of a mid-life crisis who decide to form their local pool’s first ever synchronized swimming team – for men. But what was essentially fun times turns into a genuine challenge when the team decides to take part into the world cup in Norway. Laughs guaranteed!  The movie will be presented with English subtitles. Free entrance.


 -   | Alliance Française du Manitoba, 934 Corydon Ave.
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The My Tiny School family, has been travelling in a school bus turned into a mobile home to discover the different school systems around the world, for two years now. After crossing Europe, they are now in Canada. Don’t miss the chance to meet this Belgian family and see their bus at the Alliance, and hear more about their incredible and inspiring experience!


 -   | Saint-Boniface Cathedral
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Movies under the stars continues with the screening of the cartoon Kirikou and the Sorceress. It will take place in the splendorous Saint-Boniface Cathedral ruins.
The movie is about the story of the young Kirikou, who was born in an African village bewitched by the crual Karaba. Kirikou will try to free the village from the spell of this evil witch.
Don't forget to bring your camping chair ! The cartoon is appropriate for kids. Free entrance.


 -   | Maison des artistes visuels francophones (219 Provencher Boulevard)
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CDEM and Alliance française du Manitoba are launching a Movies Under the Stars program this summer for the first time, with a view to providing the province’s bilingual municipalities with an opportunity to hold outdoor movie nights in French.


 | Alliance française du Manitoba
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After the excitement to see France lift the trophy last year in Russia for the Men's World Cup, the Alliance française wishes to promote the Women's World Cup, taking place this year in France!

This third game will see France face Nigeria in Rennes.

Come enjoy a beautiful moment of sportsmanship and cheer with us to bring the France's feminine team to the victory!

This event is free.


 | Alliance française du Manitoba
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After the excitement to see France lift the trophy last year in Russia for the Men's World Cup, the Alliance française wishes to promote the Women's World Cup, taking place this year in France!

This second game will see France take on Norway in Nice.

Come enjoy a beautiful moment of sportsmanship and cheer with us to bring the France's feminine team to the victory!

This event is free.


 | Alliance française du Manitoba
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After the excitement to see France lift the trophy last year in Russia for the Men's World Cup, the Alliance française wishes to promote the Women's World Cup, taking place this year in France!

2 great Francophone representatives will be facing each other in Montpellier: Canada and Cameroon.

Come enjoy a beautiful moment of sportsmanship and cheer your team to the victory!

This event is free.


 | Alliance française du Manitoba
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After the excitement to see France lift the trophy last year in Russia for the Men's World Cup, the Alliance française wishes to promote the Women's World Cup, taking place this year in France!

The first game will be screened live and will see France face South Korea in Paris.

Come enjoy a beautiful moment of sportsmanship and cheer with us to bring the France's feminine team to the victory!

This event is free.


 -   | Maison des Artistes Visuels Francophones
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For the fourth year in a row,  the French community and the Alliance française du Manitoba wish all Winnipeggers to celebrate France's National Day, also known as Bastille Day
Blues Blanc Rouge is the ideal way to mark this special day. It is a free and public event, filled with local music as well with French wine and Manitoban cheese. Thanks to the support of La Maison des Artistes Visuels Francophones and of the 100 NONS, we plan on bringing life, culture and amusement in Saint-Boniface.


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The Martinican poet Véronique Kanor and the Indigenous poet from Canada Tyler Pennock have been selected to participate in a writing residency and a French-Canadian tour organised by the Centre for Creative Writing & Oral Culture at the University of Manitoba, the Alliance Française du Manitoba, the Maison Gabrielle Roy, the Maison de la Poésie de Nantes and the cultural services of the French Embassy in Canada.

From April 25th until May 1st 2019, the two poets will gather for one week of writing residency at the Alliance Française du Manitoba and at the Maison Gabrielle Roy (Winnipeg). 

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