Canadian auteur Guy Maddin provides live narration alongside a screening of his most intimate film, My Winnipeg. Named Best Canadian Film in 2007 by the Toronto Film Critics Association, My Winnipeg is a "docu-fantasia" that combines elements of fiction and some stranger-than-fiction to create a dizzying portrait of the director’s hometown.
Guy Maddin is an installation & internet artist, lecturer at Harvard, writer and filmmaker, and the director of eleven feature-length movies, including The Forbidden Room (2015), My Winnipeg (2007), The Saddest Music in the World (2003), and innumerable shorts. He is a member of The Order of Canada & The Order of Manitoba. Accidence (18) is his latest short film.