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WAYDOWNTOWN
Rating: 14A
Runtime: 87 mins.
Language: English

WAYDOWNTOWN (2000)

Young friends bet a month’s salary on who can last the longest without going outside. Starring Fab Filippo and Don McKellar.

Director: Gary Burns - Writer(s): Gary Burns, James Martin
WEDDING IN WHITE
Rating: PG
Runtime: 103 mins.
Language: English

WEDDING IN WHITE (1972)

Set in a small prairie town during WWII, this f ilm follows a girl (Carol Kane) who is raped by a visiting soldier friend of her brother’s.

Director: William Fruet - Writer(s): William Fruet
WEIRDSVILLE
Rating: 14A
Runtime: 90 mins.
Language: English

WEIRDSVILLE (2007)

A pair of slackers get in way over their heads when they try to dump a body in the basement of a drive-in movie theatre where a satanic cult performs ritual sacrif ices. Starring Scott Speedman.

Director: Allan Moyle - Writer(s): Willem Wennekers
WELCOME TO CANADA
Rating: n/a
Runtime: n/a mins.
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WELCOME TO CANADA

1989 / Director: John N. Smith / Writer: Sam Grana / 86 min / English / NR
In this feature drama based on an actual incident, Newfoundlanders share their food, culture and homes with a group of Tamil refugees found off the coast. Starring Brendan Foley and Noreen Power.

Director: n/a - Writer(s): n/a
WHEN JEWS WERE FUNNY
Rating: PG
Runtime: 90 mins.
Language: English

WHEN JEWS WERE FUNNY (2013)

Insightful and hilarious, Alan Zweig surveys the history of Jewish comedy, ultimately exploring not just ethnicity in the entertainment industry, but also the entire unruly question of what it means to be Jewish.

Director: Alan Zweig - Writer(s): Alan Zweig
WHEN NIGHT IS FALLING 
Rating: R
Runtime: 94 mins.
Language: English

WHEN NIGHT IS FALLING  (1995)

An uptight, conservative woman aiming for tenure at a large urban university finds herself strangely attracted to a free-spirited, unconventional woman from a travelling carnival.

Director: Patricia Rozema - Writer(s): Patricia Rozema
WHITE ROOM
Rating: R
Runtime: 81 mins.
Language: English

WHITE ROOM (1990)

Norm, a confused young man, is drawn into the events surrounding the mysterious death of rock star Madelaine X. With Kate Nelligan.

Director: Patricia Rozema - Writer(s): Patricia Rozema
WHO HAS SEEN THE WIND
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Runtime: n/a mins.
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WHO HAS SEEN THE WIND

1977 / Director: Allan King / Writers: W.O. Mitchell (novel), Patricia Watson / 100 min  / English / PG
A young boy comes of age in rural Saskatchewan during the Great Depression. Starring Brian Painchaud and Gordon Pinsent.

Director: n/a - Writer(s): n/a
WHY SHOOT THE TEACHER?
Rating: PG
Runtime: 100 mins.
Language: English

WHY SHOOT THE TEACHER? (1977)

A young man from the east coast struggles with life as a teacher in a one-room prairie schoolhouse in the 1930s. Starring Bud Cort.

Director: Silvio Narizzano - Writer(s): Max Braithwaite (novel), James Defelice
WIEBO’S WAR
Rating: 14A
Runtime: 94 mins.
Language: English

WIEBO’S WAR (2011)

The story of a Christian community at war with the oil and gas industry. Wiebo Ludwig is a suspect in a series of pipeline bombings because these incidents echo a campaign of sabotage he waged 10 years earlier — barricading roads and blowing up wells — which culminated in the unsolved death of a teenaged girl.

Director: David York - Writer(s): n/a

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