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The Drift

Producer: Andrew Wiens, Sam Karney
Director: Andrew Wines
Genre: Entertainment
Host: Rob Malo

The Drift is a 4 episode series featuring original works of poetry by Manitoba artists. Each brings nuance to this place we call home, combining the artistry of spoken word with the power of documentary filmmaking.

Episodes

Ode to Langside

Poet Rob Malo takes a journey through his old neighbourhood and recounts some of the more colourful events that made his time there so memorable.

This City

With a youth spent in the wilds of northern Manitoba, Duncan Mercredi has called Winnipeg home for decades, now. "This City" explores the difficulties he had in making the transition.

Purple City

Winnipeg may lack some of the sparkle of Toronto or Vancouver, but through the eyes of lifelong resident Steve Locke, this city has a lot that makes it special.

Trees

"Trees" explores our complicated relationship with nature.

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