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As part of GFF’s efforts to celebrate Manitoba 150th anniversary, the Festival is excited to announce the lineup of a special MB150 Manitoba Film Retrospective. While there are so many great films made across Manitoba’s history, GFF decided to focus on films and stories made-in-Manitoba that have flown under the radar, despite being incredible filmmaking accomplishments.  The selected films portray a diverse collection of stories and filmmaking voices, across decades!

 

Thanks to Donald K. Johnson for supporting the Manitoba Film Retrospective in 2021!

 

Thanks as well to MB150 for sponsoring all of GFF’s MB150 programming this year, including the Manitoba Film Retrospective, Manitoba Home Movie Archive and the creation of 11 new Manitoba-made films! Thanks as well to our other Manitoba Project sponsors, including the Asper Foundation, Canada Council for the Arts, Thomas Sill Foundation, Winnipeg Foundation, Manitoba Arts CouncilManitoba Film & Music, Video Pool Media Arts Centre, Winnipeg Film Group, ACTRA Manitoba and IATSE 856.


After the film, don't forget to rank the film using the 5 Stars found below the video container! The top-ranked film as chosen by our audience will win GFF's coveted Best of Fest Audience Choice Award, sponsored by the Winnipeg Free Press!

The Nature of Nicholas is a surreal prairie gothic horror fable. It tells the story of Nicholas a young boy hitting adolescence and wrestling with feelings for his best friend Bobby, while being doted on by his mother and tormented by visions of his dead father. “The Nature of Nicholas” is a Lynchian coming of age nightmare that sticks with you right up until its final haunting image.

  • Year
    2002
  • Runtime
    100 minutes
  • Language
    English
  • Country
    Canada
  • Rating
    14A
  • Director
    Jeff Erbach