Film production will close a stretch of York Avenue today in downtown Winnipeg.
From 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., the Netflix production How It Ends will be shooting on York between Edmonton Street and Carlton Street.
WINNIPEG — Even the fussiest of film-goer will find something to enjoy at the 2017 Gimli Film Festival.
In what’s being billed as the largest program to date, with 134 diverse and acclaimed films making up this year’s lineup, featuring 72 short films, 26 documentary feature films, and 36 fiction feature films from all over the world.
WINNIPEG — An upcoming film starring Kristen Stewart is seeking some Winnipeg actors this summer.
Local casting company Jim Heber Casting has put the call out for “diverse submissions” in various actor roles (18+) to work a day or two between July 17 and August 21 on the film “JT Leroy.”
WINNIPEG — Actress Molly Ringwald will soon be making her return to Winnipeg to join production on the upcoming romantic thriller “Siberia,” ChrisD.ca has learned.
The film, starring Keanu Reeves, has been shooting in the city and around the province, including in Marquette, Manitoba.
Keanu Reeves is set to film the upcoming romantic thriller “Siberia” in Winnipeg this spring, ChrisD.ca has learned.
Reeves will play an American diamond trader in Russia trying to unload blue diamonds of dubious origin.
WINNIPEG — Legendary actor Sir Ben Kingsley will soon be in the city to film an upcoming film called “Nomis.”
The Oscar winner, 73, will join Henry Cavill and Alexandra Daddario on the big screen under director David Raymond.
“I can’t wait to go to Canada and freeze my butt off for the first time this winter!,” Cavill said in an Instagram post.
By The Canadian Press
ISLAMADORA, Fla. – The U.S. Coast Guard was searching for Canadian filmmaker Rob Stewart on Wednesday after he went missing off the coast of Florida.
Coast Guard senior chief Nyx Cangemi said crews had been looking for the 37-year-old conservationist since he was reported missing just before 5:15 p.m. on Tuesday.
A new documentary is pouring suds on the province’s share of revenue from liquor sales at beverage rooms across Manitoba.
“Closing Time: The Vanishing Prairie Beverage Room” focuses on the struggles many rural hotel beverage rooms face while looking back at the history of these establishments over the last 100 years.
You may just bump into actor Candace Cameron Bure on the streets of Winnipeg these days.
The “Fuller House” star is in the city filming an upcoming Hallmark Hall of Fame movie called “Back to Christmas.”
Bure posted to her Instagram on Wednesday evening while having dinner with longtime friends in the city. On Thursday, she popped into Green Carrot Juice Company in Osborne Village and posed for a photo with owner Obby Khan.