Showtimes for the week of Friday May 20


100 Arthur Street at Bannatyne (Artspace Building)
Winnipeg, MB
R3B 1H3
(204) 925-3456

Movie Ratings

Suitable for all audiences
Theme and content may not be suitable for all children. Most suitable for mature viewers over 12
Suitable for persons 14 years of age and older. An adult must accompany those under 14
Suitable for persons 18 years of age and older. Persons ages 14-17 must be accompanied by an adult
Restricted to persons 18 years of age and older

Box Office - Weekend Top 10

  • 1 The Angry Birds Movie $39,000,000
  • 2 Captain America: Civil War $33,114,000
  • 3 Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising $21,787,690
  • 4 The Nice Guys $11,270,000
  • 5 The Jungle Book $11,017,000
  • 6 Money Monster $7,080,000
  • 7 The Darknes $2,363,000
  • 8 Zootopia $1,703,000
  • 9 The Huntman: Winter's War $1,193,540
  • 10 Mother's Day $1,115,214

Cinematheque Movie Listings

  • Everyone's Child: New Aboriginal Shorts

    Thu: 7:00

    Everyone's Child: New Aboriginal Shorts
  • Mountains May Depart

    | Drama | 125 minutes

    In 1999, dance instructor Shen Tao (Zhao Tao) is loved by two men: laborer Liangzi (Liang Jindong) and wealthy entrepreneur Zhang (Zhang Yi). She chooses to marry Zhang and the couple has a son, whom Zhang names Dollar.

    The film, which is split into thirds, then follows the family forward into 2014 as Zhang's pursuit of a Western-style of living separates the family more and more from their past.

    By 2025, Dollar is living in Australia and struggling to relearn his mother tongue. He is helped by college professor Mia (Sylvia Chang) who embodies a way of life he has never known.

    Wed: 7:00

    Mountains May Depart
  • Sunset Song

    14A | Drama | 135 minutes

    Based on Lewis Grassic Gibbon's classic novel, the film focuses on the life of the Guthrie family in northeast Scotland in the early 1900s. The family is led by a patriarch (Peter Mullan) who is prone to anger and has caused his fearful wife to retreat into silence.

    Chris (Agyness Deyn), their beautiful and intelligent daughter, and her brother Will (Jack Greenlees) dream of freedom and escape from their situation and the village in which they live. Freedom comes suddenly and Chris eventually finds happiness in the form of newcomer Ewan Tavendale (Kevin Guthrie).

    Unfortunately, Chris' newfound happiness is not to be. Despite their change in fortune, the lives of Chris, Will, Ewan and everyone else are ultimately disrupted by the beginning of WWI.


    Thu: 9:00

    Sunset Song