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July 26, 2015
26 Jul 2015

Best of Fest: “Amy” documentary – encore screening 7:30pm tonight!

amyBest of Fest is based on ticket sales, sell outs, and buzz around Festival!  An encore screening of one of the Festival’s most popular film will be offered on the last day of Festival… this year it’s Amy!

This year’s was a close race between the documentaries “Iris” and “Amy”…. documentaries about two very different women, each distinct & talented, who touched thousands of people in their own way.

Amy starts at Gimli Theatre at 7:30pm Sunday, July 26.

July 26, 2015
26 Jul 2015

Awards presented at the 2015 GFF Closing Reception

(Winnipeg, Manitoba; July 25, 2015) – Numerous awards were handed out at 2015 Gimli Film Festival’s Closing Reception on Saturday, July 25 at Johnson Hall.


In recognition of 15 years of Gimli Film Festival success, founder Janis Gudrun Johnson presented the inaugural Alda Award to Sturla Gunnarsson at today’s closing ceremonies. Gunnarsson is the Iceland-born Canadian filmmaker who wowed audiences at this year’s Festival with his documentary “Monsoon”.

The Alda Award –a word which means ‘wave’ in Icelandic—has been generously donated by Janis G Johnson and will be an annual award at GFF, in celebration of outstanding filmmakers from the circumpolar nations (including Canada, the United States, Russia, the Baltics and all four Nordic countries). With the increasing importance of the Arctic and our northern regions in the world today, the Alda is representative of the close relationship which has evolved between GFF and the circumpolar world.
Gunnarsson was one of the filmmakers to attend the very first Film Festival in Gimli in 2000. Born in Iceland but living in Canada since the age of seven (first in Vancouver and later in Toronto), Sturla Gunnarsson has produced work in film that is truly universal in its appeal, having won awards internationally that include an International Emmy Award, a Genie, Prix Italia, and Prix Villes de Cannes.

Gunnarsson’s 2015 film about India’s vast weather system, the monsoon or ‘soul of India’, was one of the most popular hits at the Gimli Film Festival this year. The visually stunning documentary was filmed over the course of India’s 2013 monsoon season in ultra-high definition 4K, with Gunnarsson following the monsoon on its annual journey.

In regards to the Alda Award, Janis G Johnson, GFF founder, explained: “From the beginning, it has been one of our goals to carve a niche for the GFF as the Canadian film festival with a strong circumpolar component. There is just so much we can share with our northern neighbours! For example, the small town of Tromso in Norway holds a film festival in mid-January and attracts international attention and large crowds. We can do the same in Gimli in summer, and are well on our way.”


The inaugural Jack Clements “Livin’ the Dream” award has been established by his friends in his memory to recognize Clements’ contribution to the rich history of film in Manitoba. Jack Clements started his career as a sound engineer, eventually formed John Aaron Productions with Kim Johnston, and went on to produce many award-winning films such as The Last Winter and For The Moment starring Russell Crowe.

The GFF is pleased to announce Michael Scott as the first recipient of the Jack Clements “Livin the Dream Award. Michael became the executive producer of the new National Film Board office in Winnipeg in 1975 and then became a partner in CREDO Entertainment. Michael mentored a generation of exceptional filmmakers who went on to create a thriving Manitoba Film Community.


Kevin Tabachnick is the recipient of year’s 2015 RBC $10,000 Emerging Filmmaker Competition! His pitch “Annabelle” was deemed to be #1 at today’s competition which took place at Gimli Theatre. Tabachnik’s film is told through the eyes of Annabelle, a dying dog, and was inspired by his work in Winnipeg’s inner city.

MFM Audience Choice Manitoba Short Film Award for $1000

At the Manitoba Short Films screenings, James McClellan won the Manitoba Film & Music Audience Choice Manitoba Short Film Award for $1,000.00 for his short film called “Period Piece”. McLellan accepted his award from MFM’s Louise O’Brien-Moran.


The following awards were handed out at the exciting 48 Hour Film Contest screenings, organized by Winnipeg Film Group.

Best Film, Best Director, Best Editor: “Meteorite Before Prom Night” BJ Verot and Ian Bawa Best Cinematography: “The Island”, Trevor Kristjanson, Kevin Tabachnick and Chaz Beaudette Best Sound: “What Happened After”, Nicola Baldwin Best Actress: Lorraine James from “Cuddle Me” Best Actor: BJ Verot from “Meteorite Before Prom Night” Audience Choice: 1st Place: “Meteorite Before Prom Night” BJ Verot & Ian Bawa, 2nd Place: “The Island”, Trevor Kristjanson, Kevin Tabachnick and Chaz Beaudette

Great prizes given to all the winners for studio time, workshops, and valuable industry services.


A number of fabulous prize draws were also drawn at tonight’s reception.

Women’s Electra Townie 7D Step-through Bike (value $565) was won by T. Kubalcik. Men’s Electra Ticino 8D Bicycle (value $1200) was won by M. Charlet. 2016 Gimli Film Festival Package (value $300) was won by T. Mitchell. RBC Prize Package $500 Gift Card and two 2015 TIFF tickets Sept 10-20 won by G. Hollinger.

The grand prize of a Trip for 2 to Iceland (courtesy Icelandair) was won by B. Hnatyshyn.

Sunday –the final day of the 15th Annual Gimli Film Festival—promises to be another balmy day in Gimli with temperatures in the 30s and a full slate of films on the agenda in air conditioned theatres, including a re-screening of the Best of Fest pick (to be announced Sunday morning), and the final RBC Sunset Screening, Dr. Strangelove, on the beach at 10pm.

July 23, 2015
23 Jul 2015

GFF “Frame the Festival” Photo Contest

photo-contest-websiteEnter our photo contest!

Here’s how:

1. Download our App if you don’t already have it.
2. Take a photo at the Gimli Film Festival using FRAME-IT! our cool GFF photo frame.
3. Share it to social media, be sure to hashgtag it #gffphotos. Enter July 22 – 26, 2015.

You will be automatically entered to win a Samsung Galaxy Tab 4, Android 4.4, 7.0″, Capacitive Multi-Touchscreen, 8GB


July 17, 2015
17 Jul 2015

Home Cooked Music: The music of Lorne Collie


Home Cooked Music

Written and directed by Mike Maryniuk

Gimli Film Festival
5:30 p.m.
Friday, July 24th
Gimli Lutheran Church Theatre

Home Cooked Music will be screened as part of the Canadian Short Films program.
Filmmaker Mike Maryniuk & subject Lorne Collie will be in attendance with some of Lorne’s crazy creations for all to try.

And please join us after screening at Gimli’s Ship and Plough
for a good ol’ jam session – all musicians welcome!


Home Cooked Music profiles inventor and craftsman Lorne Collie and his
whimsical stringed instruments – made out of unlikely items such as
shovels, rakes, baseball bats, and stop signs. In Lorne’s hands, these everyday items become beautiful and functional guitars, violins, banjos, and fiddles.
After the Friday, July 24 screening of the short film “Home-Cooked Music”, Winnipeg filmmaker Mike Maryniuk and his documentary subject Lorne Collie of the Interlake will be on hand for a Q&A, followed by an impromptu jam session using many of the unique household instruments featured in Maryniuk’s film!




July 15, 2015
15 Jul 2015

Countdown to the 2015 Gimli Film Festival:

[tminus t= “22-07-2015 19:30:00″ omitweeks=”true” style=”carbonlite” ]Let the 2015 Gimli Film Festival commence![/tminus]

July 4, 2015
04 Jul 2015

The Rocky Horror Picture Show on Gimli Beach, July 22 10pm


Yes, we will be doing the time warp again…

Just confirmed: the Gimli Film Festival will kick off the festival this year with a Wednesday night beach screening of The Rocky Horror Picture Show on Wednesday, July 22nd at 10pm.

Bring your blanket or lawnchair, and get ready to re-live this cult classic, as sweethearts Brad and Janet (played by Barry Bostwick and Susan Sarandon) explore the eerie and wild mansion of Dr. Frank-N-Furter (Tim Curry), a transvestite scientist.

Let’s do the time warp again!

July 1, 2015
01 Jul 2015


osm_logo-CMYK-fullcolourAlong with showcasing Manitoba-made films, the Gimli Film Festival helps to encourage new Manitoba productions. The RBC $10,000 Emerging Filmmaker Competition is managed by On Screen Manitoba and will be held during the Film Festival. Selected Manitoba filmmakers will go head-to-head to pitch their projects to a jury of industry experts before a live audience. Manitoba filmmakers were invited to submit a written concept to apply to the competition and the five finalists have been selected.

On Screen Manitoba and the Gimli Film Festival are pleased to announce the finalists for this year’s RBC $10,000 Emerging Filmmaker Competition: Jared Adams – Flicker;  Alex Kristiansen – Shieldmaiden;  Steve Schwartz – Graft;  Kevin Tabachnick – Annabelle;  Devon Unrau – The Family Recipe.

The filmmakers will have three minutes to pitch their short film ideas to a judging panel of industry professionals in front of a live audience at the Gimli Theatre (74 2nd Ave, Gimli) on Saturday, July 25. The pitch competition is free and open to the public and will begin at 10:30 am and will be finished by noon. The winning filmmaker will receive $10,000 to make their film courtesy of RBC Emerging Artists Project, a mentorship with industry professionals from the National Screen Institute, a $1,000 gift certificate courtesy of William F. White and a premiere screening of their film at next year’s Gimli Film Festival.

The Gimli Film Festival runs July 22-26, showcasing features, documentaries and short films from Manitoba, Canada and the world that promise informative, fascinating and riveting entertainment. For real-time updates of GFF schedule and news alerts, as well as direct links to online ticketing and film descriptions and trailers download our free app!


Sonya Ballantyne won the 2014 RBC Emerging Filmmakers Competition at Gimli Film Festival.

On Screen Manitoba leads the development of a dynamic media production industry that is recognized for its world-class creative and technical talent.

For more information on the RBC Emerging Filmmakers Competition please contact:
Amy Rebecca Harrison, Industry Communications Coordinator
On Screen Manitoba
Phone: (204) 927 5898


June 29, 2015
29 Jun 2015

Box Office Opening July 1 for the 2015 Gimli Film Festival

The new location at 77B First Avenue in Gimli has been transformed by our volunteers!

(Winnipeg, Manitoba; June 26, 2015) –  Our fabulous new GFF Box Office located at 77B First Avenue in Gimli will be opening on July 1st at 10 am!

Festival Passes and Individual Tickets will be sold from our box office. The GFF Box Office hours are as follows:

July 1 (Canada Day from 10 am – 4 pm),

July 4 & 5, and July 11 & 12 (weekends) noon – 4 pm.

July 13 – July 26 the box office will be open daily from 10 am – 5 pm.

You can also purchase GFF passes on our website at , through our App, or by phone at (204) 642-8846.

Guarantee Your Seat –On July 1, individual film tickets will go on sale and pass holders will be able order tickets to secure their seats. 50% of tickets to all films will be available in advance up to 5 pm the day before the screening. The remaining 50% will be rush seating on a first come first served basis at the door.

  • Super Pass – $100
    Access to all films plus the hospitality events
    100 Super Passes available
  • Film Pass – $75
    Access to films only
    150 Film Passes available
  • Filmmakers Pass – $75
    This includes Access to all films and filmmakers networking events, including Filmmakers Reception on Sat July 25
    50 Filmmakers Passes available

Individual Film tickets – $10

2015-tickets-passesVisit for the most up-­‐to-­‐date information on everything about the Festival!  Our shiny new GFF APP is live, powered by Insurance Brokers of Manitoba– download and enter to win a 2015 GFF Film Pass!

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“See you under the stars July 22-26, 2015 for the 15th edition of GFF!”


June 29, 2015
29 Jun 2015

Join us under the stars for the 15th Annual Gimli Film Festival, July 22-26

GFF Beach Films
The 2015 Beach Films will include Jurassic Park, Labyrinth, Monty Python & the Holy Grail, Alien, and Dr. Strangelove.

(Winnipeg, Manitoba; June 25, 2015) – Film fans and filmmakers will soon converge on the shores of Lake Winnipeg for the 2015 Gimli Film Festival (GFF). Celebrating 15 years of film festival excellence, the annual five-day Festival will dazzle the picturesque lakeshore community of Gimli, Manitoba from July 22 to 26.

The GFF will feature a diverse range of films and film series, including the RBC Sunset Screenings, Rogers Documentary Film series, MTS TV Stories From Home Documentaries, the Social Justice Film series, the Icelandic Film series, the Northern Lights (circumpolar) Film series, and much more.

We are proud to present two World Premieres [Crash Site, The Mennonite Joke], four Canadian premieres [And We Were Young, Paris of the North, The Grandad, and Echos], four Western Canadian premieres [Life in a Fishbowl, (T)error, Of Them, and Period Piece] and 14 Manitoba premieres [A Pigeon Sat on a Branch and Reflected on Existence, Back Streets, Flankers, Fred Heads, Me and My Moulton, Rinse, She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry, The Valley Below, Elephant Song, World of Tomorrow, A Brilliant Young Mind, How to Change the World, and Iris]. Stay tuned in coming days, as we roll out more titles!

“As the film programmer for Gimli it’s really a treat to be able to sift through literally hundreds of films and pick out the best, the most moving, the most entertaining to bring to Manitobans. It’s an incredibly daunting task but one that is also thoroughly enjoyable,” commented Aaron Zehgers, GFF Film Programmer.

“This year I’m really excited to be able to have the Canadian premiere of American animator Andy Smetanka’s Super 8 animated documentary about the hardships of The Great War, And We Were Young. I’m also very pumped to be curating a retrospective of animator Don Hertzfeldt, including his new film World of Tomorrow. This is it’s first time playing in Manitoba, hot off winning Best Short Film at Sundance and I can’t wait for people to see it!  It’s great.”

Zehgler also mentioned that for the first time, GFFF is helping to host the Winnipeg Film Group’s 48 Hour Film Contest.  “It’s a great excuse to get off your butt and try making a film for yourself,” says Zehler.  “You have just two days to make the film, and in the end you get to see it play for the first time during the Festival!  It’s a fantastic opportunity for local filmmakers and film tinkerers alike!”

This year, Festival goers will also enjoy the cutting-edge technology of the newly released GFF App.  The App provides full festival scheduling and film details at people’s fingertips, and will be available for download at, as well as on Google Play and iTunes.

This year’s GFF also saw an expanded list of sponsors. “We are honoured by the continued support of our ongoing sponsors and funders, plus welcome our new supporters and partners this year,” says GFF’s Festival Director, Leona Johnson. “We are very pleased that so many share our vision of the power of film to inform & inspire, and engage & entertain.”


The FREE, highly popular beach screenings will feature a one-of-a-kind 35-foot outdoor screen on the lovely shores of Lake Winnipeg. The RBC Sunset Screenings will present six films, beginning at sunset.

Wednesday, July 22, 10 pm      The Rocky Horror Picture Show – Opening night kicks off with one of the oddest, most off-the-wall cult films ever made. This kinky rock’n’roll science fiction horror satire stars Tim Curry and a young Susan Sarandon.

Thursday, July 23, 10 pm          Labyrinth – Kids night is Thursday eve with Jim Henson’s (creator of The Muppets) Labyrinth, starring musician David Bowie and a young Jennifer Connelly.

Friday, July 24, 10 pm               Monty Python and the Holy Grail – 40th Anniversary – Still hilarious after four decades, this classic stars John Cleese and is directed by iconic film director Terry Gilliam. 

Friday, July 24, LATE NIGHT    Alien As our late night chiller, we will be playing Ridley Scott’s Alien as a midnight movie, starring Sigourney Weaver.  Prepare to get spooked!

Saturday, July 25, 10 pm           Jurassic Park – 15th AnniversaryDinosaurs invade the beach on Saturday night with the original Jurassic Park, directed by Steven Spielberg and starring Laura Dern and Jeff Goldbloom.

Sunday, July 26, 10 pm            Dr. Strangelove – 50th Anniversary This classic dark comedy is a cold war parody by director Stanley Kubrick, starring the comedic genius Peter Sellers in multiple roles. 


A small sampling of this year’s line-up of thought-provoking films from across the globe includes:

RED ARMY – An inspiring hockey tale about the Cold War played out on the ice rink. On hand for Q&A after the film, former professional hockey players Ted Irvine (New York Rangers), Bobby Leiter (Boston/Atlanta) and Ken Stephanson (Team Canada/ Winnipeg Jets) will attend the Sat screening.

IRIS – This film is about Iris Apfel, the quick-witted, flamboyantly dressed 93-year-old fashion icon of New York, and is the last film ever made by the iconic godfather of documentary cinema, Albert Maysles.

AND WE WERE YOUNG – the Canadian Premiere of this animated documentary uses verbal accounts from soldiers of WWI and beautiful hand-made silhouette cut-out animation to illustrate the horrors and hardships of ‘The Great War’.

MONSOON – Part road movie, part spectacle, part drama– the subject of Sturla Gunnarsson’s documentary is the monsoon, an incomparably vast weather system that permeates and unifies the culture of India.


This year we are proud to be screening three local feature films:

FM Youth is a French language film by local filmmaker Stéphane Oystryk, set in St. Boniface.

The Editor, made by local Winnipeg-based film collective Astron 6, is a slasher horror film inspired by Italian films of the same genre.

Good Madness: The Dance of Rachel Brown is by local filmmaker Danielle Sturk who lived seasonally in the area at her cottage on Willow Island.

In the Canadian Short Films program, we also have local filmmaker Mike Maryniuk’s latest short film Home Cooked Music about Lorne Collie, a man from the Interlake region, who turns everyday household objects into instruments.

MANITOBA SHORT FILMS – We will be playing 10 Manitoban short films, including the Gimli Film Fest 2014 RBC $10,000 Pitch Winner Sonya H. Ballantyne’s Crash Site and a brand new film Walter by Curtis L. Wiebe who won the $1000 audience choice award for his previous film Of Truth and Magic.  Also included are films by local filmmaking heroes Jaimz Asmundson, Rory Fallis, BJ Verot & Brad Crawford, Alison James, James McLellan, Dion Telesky and Cleo Leslie.

MTS TV STORIES FROM HOME – GFF is excited to present this series of home-grown documentaries, which all been commissioned and produced through MTS TV Stories from Home. These films are intensely local in flavour, created by Manitoba filmmakers with a wide range of experience including students and first time producers.

Films included are A Good Madness: The Dance of Rachel Brown by Danielle Sturk, Andrew Milne Dreams of Machines by GFF alumni Patrick Lowe (which recently won best documentary at Los Angeles Independent Film Festival), Adventures with the Movie Club by GFF alumni Kevin Nikkel, Some Lots by Lorne Bailey, One Gay City: A History of LGBT Life in Winnipeg by Aaron Floresco, Eric. One Bussker’s Vision of Success by Amy Simoes, and Brown Town Muddy Water by Jesse Green.  Also playing as part of this series is That Mennonite Joke by Orlando Braun and Jorge Requena who won the MTS Stories From Home $20,000 Pitch at GFF 2014.

AMAZING FILM SERIES!  The eclectic range of film series at this year’s festival provide something for every film-goer’s palette. (-For detailed descriptions and listings of all our Film Series, go to or our GFF App)


  • RBC Sunset Screenings
  • RBC Beach Boardwalk
  • RBC 4th Annual $10,000 Emerging Filmmaker Competition – Saturday 25 July 2015, 10:30 am
  • “Action! – You be the Director” – FTM Interactive
  • Making Movies with Your Smart Phone workshop
  • Pick Up Street Hockey Game – Saturday 25 July 2015, 2:00 pm
  • 48 Hour Film Contest – Saturday 25 July 2015, 3:00 pm
  • Late Night Movie, Pizza, & Beer– Thursday 23 July 2015, 10:30pm
  • Music and more!


Festival Passes are now on sale! – Purchase your passes on website at , by App, by phone (204-642-8846), or drop by GFF Box Office at 77B First Avenue in Gimli, Manitoba

Guarantee Your Seat – In July, individual film tickets will go on sale and pass holders will be able order tickets to secure their seats. 50% of tickets to all films will be available in advance up to 5 pm the day before the screening. The remaining 50% will be rush seating on a first come first served basis at the door. Log on for more details.

  • Super Pass – $100
    Access to all films plus the hospitality events
    100 Super Passes available
  • Film Pass – $75
    Access to films only
    150 Film Passes available
  • Filmmakers Pass – $75
    This includes Access to all films and filmmakers networking events, including Filmmakers Reception on Sat July 25
    50 Filmmakers Passes available
  • Individual Film tickets – $10

Visit for the most up-­‐to-­‐date information on everything about the Festival!  Our shiny new GFF APP is live, powered by Insurance Brokers of Manitoba– download and enter to win a 2015 GFF Film Pass!

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GFF Beach Films
The 2015 GFF staff thanks the sponsors of the 15th Edition of  the Gimli Film Festival.

The GFF is proud to acknowledge the cooperation and generous financial support of the following sponsors, whose enthusiastic support has made the 2015 Gimli Film Festival possible:

Platinum Sponsors: RBC Royal Bank, Province of MB – Major Arts Festivals Grant, Telefilm. Gold Sponsors: Rogers Group of Funds, Insurance Brokers of Manitoba, On Screen Manitoba, RM of Gimli, William F White International. Silver Sponsors: Asper Foundation, Canada Summer Jobs, Manitoba Arts Council, The Richardson Foundation, MTS, Icelandair, Iceland Naturally, Donald K. Johnson O.C., LL.D., Mauro Family Foundation Inc, Opus VFX, Pharmasave, TIFF Film Circuit. Bronze Sponsors: Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries, Catherine & David Filmon. Gled Vid Investment Company, Johnston Group Inc., Lake Winnipeg Foundation, Multimedia Risk Insurance Brokers, Icelandic Film Centre, Your Community Newspapers – The Express Weekly News, The Stonewall Teulon Tribune, The Selkirk Record and the Winkler Morden Voice.  Festival Sponsors: Manitoba Film and Music, Manitoba Hydro, Eimskip, Bonnie & John Buhler, National Leasing. Festival Sponsor Service Partner: Guppy Graphic Design, AVentPro, Winnipeg Film Group, Consulate General of Iceland Winnipeg, Powerland. Festival Sponsor Hospitality Partners: Spirits Canada, Bergmann’s on Lombard, Farmery Estate Brewery. Festival Friends: The Honourable Janice & Gary Filmon, Film Training Manitoba, GD Accounting, National Film Board of Canada, Rona Gimli, Taylor McCaffrey, Video Pool Media Arts Centre. Festival Friend Hospitality Partners: Lifa Home, Flatland Coffee Roasters, Chicken Chef Gimli, De Lucas Fine Wines, Sobeys in Gimli, Water Source – Gimli Water Hus, Gimli Ice Festival, Sugar Me Cookies.

“See you under the stars July 22-26, 2015 for the 15th edition of GFF!”


June 28, 2015
28 Jun 2015

The 2015 Gimli Film Festival launches first app, new website and eye-catching poster

Download the GFF App today, for a chance to win a 2015 Film Pass!

The approach of the 2015 Gimli Film Festival is brighter and edgier than ever, with the release of this year’s boldly coloured GFF poster, a freshly designed website, and a shiny new app to keep film fans up-to-date with all the latest Festival info across devices.

Our official film schedule was released on June 25 at a media conference in Winnipeg. This year’s exciting lineup of films include a Manitoba Short Film series, Canadian films, an Icelandic film series, a circumpolar series, a social justice film series, and many, many more! The GFF boasts over 100 indoor screenings in unique venues. Of course our popular beach screenings will be underneath the stars, on the shores of Lake Winnipeg.

Festival passes are now on sale, available online at, by phoning 204-642-8846, or dropping by the Festival office at Suite 101 – 94 1st Ave. Waterfront Centre. Individual tickets go on sale on July 1, at our new box office location at 77B First Avenue in Gimli and online.

The redesigned GFF website is a comprehensive hub of all Festival information, providing festival-goers with the latest news, schedules, online sales, volunteer forms, all in one convenient, user-friendly spot. As well, we’re very excited to launch our first ever GFF APP. It’s live now and gives the pulse of the Festival at your fingertips. Download the app today at, on Google Play or iTunes.

Enter our ‘Grab-the-App!’ contest by downloading our GFF App for a chance to win a 2015 GFF Film Pass. Details and entry forms are available exclusively through our app; winner drawn on July 1.

Stay tuned in July for the exciting details on our cool ‘Frame-the-Festival’ photo contest and the 2015
Sneak-Peek Podcast as the Festival draws closer!

Visit for the most up-­‐to-­‐date information on everything you need to know about the Festival! Our shiny new GFF APP is available NOW, powered by Insurance Brokers of Manitoba – download and enter to win a GFF Film Pass!

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