Danielle Sturk: Three films screening in February/March!

SOUL SISTERS

Directed by Danielle Sturk
Produced by Buffalo Gal Pictures

2016, Canada, 55 min, English & French w/ English subtitles

Nominated for a 2017 Windy Award for Best Documentary

(Awards held on February 25th at Cinematheque)

An intimate glimpse into the lives of the Catholic Sisters of Manitoba, this documentary is a testament to the deep and permanent imprint they have left and continue to leave in our communities. Stories of the sisterhood and their ground-breaking work for social justice are laced with humour, feminism and compassion.

Soul Sisters is part of an initiative to acknowledge, commemorate and celebrate the Catholic Sisters who have served Manitoba since 1844. The tribute has been led by the Catholic Health Association of Manitoba.

Screenings at Cinematheque (100 Arthur Street) this week and next!

Fri, Feb 3 / 7 pm
Sat, Feb 4 / 3 pm & 7 pm
Wed, Feb 8 / 7 pm
Fri, Feb 10 / 7 pm
Sat, Feb 11 / 3 pm & 7 pm

Plays with: Les Filles de la Croix / Directed by Dominique Rey, 2012, Canada, 10 min

View trailer: https://vimeo.com/199711232

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CLEAN

Written, Directed, Filmed and Narrated by Danielle Sturk
2015, Canada, 02:45 min, Super 8 mm, English

Screening as part of "Women's Pictures, Women's Lives" at the Moving Images Film Festival

Plays with films by, Danishka Esterhazy, The Ephemerals, Sharon Alward, Shelagh Carter and Deborah Schnitzer.

February 6 - 11

The program is screened on a continuous loop

Monday to Friday: noon - 4pm

Saturday 1 – 4pm

Gallery 1C03, 1st floor, Centennial Hall

The University of Winnipeg, 515 Portage Ave

http://www.uwinnipeg.ca/art-gallery/programming/2016-17/moving-images-screening-programs.html

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MOUVEMENT

Written, Directed, Produced by Danielle Sturk
2014, Canada, 09:10 min, Dance

An excerpt from the feature film A Good Madness – The Dance of Rachel Browne (2014), 'Mouvement', is inspired by Frida Kahlo's painting 'The Little Deer', capturing the last moments of a creature fallen prey in her own natural environment. Choreography by Rachel Browne, performed by Kristin Haight.

Thurs, March 23 / 7 pm

Cinematheque

Plays with feature film: Neither Heaven Nor Earth

Website: https://agoodmadness.com

This film was made possible due to the generous financial support of:

Canada Council for the Arts | Manitoba Arts Council | MTS TV Stories From Home | Manitoba Film & Music | Winnipeg Film Group | Video Pool | William F White

Enquiries:

Danielle Sturk

dsturk@mymts.net

(204) 330-0697