- SKU: 25932129
- Release Date: 01/20/2015
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- New conversation between maddin and art critic Robert Enright
- "My Winnipeg" live in Toronto, a 2008 featurette
- Four 2014 cine-essays by filmmaker Evan Johnson and Maddin on various Winnipegiana
- Five Maddin shorts, the first three with new introductions by the Director: Spanky: To the Pier and Back (2008), Sinclair (2010), Only Dream Things (2012), The Hall Runner (2014), and Louis Riel for Dinner (2014)
- Plus: an essay by critic Wayne Koestenbaum
Visionary Canadian filmmaker Guy Maddin pays tribute to his beloved hometown with this goodbye letter and self-described "docu-fantasia" that is equal parts transcendental rumination, historical chronicle, and personal portrait. In the first segment, Maddin's camera drifts dreamlike through crowded trains as a floating kielbasa hangs from the ceiling and the director/narrator ponders just why the city boasts the most sleepwalkers per capita of any major international city. Later, the viewer is treated to images of numerous historical monuments in the city as they learn about such key historical events as the Winnipeg General Strike, the defeat of the Winnipeg Jets, and even the Golden Boy pageant scandal and a racetrack tragedy that found numerous horses sent to an icy death. As the third and final segment gets underway, the director draws inspiration from filmmaker William Castle to present pivotal -- and often traumatic -- events from his childhood that left an indelible mark while simultaneously serving to mold his unique vision of his beloved Winnipeg. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
Cast & Crew
- Darcy Fehr - Guy Maddin
- Ann Savage - Mother
- Amy Stewart - Janet Maddin
- Brendan Cade - Cameron Maddin
- Louis Negin - Mayor Cornish