August 10, 2020

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Project aims to digitize Manitobans' home movies featuring scenes from province's past

MIKE APORIUS / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS FILES</p><p>The Gimli Film Festival is looking for home video or film footage featuring late local landmarks, such as the United Army Surplus store on Portage Avenue.</p>

MIKE APORIUS / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS FILES

The Gimli Film Festival is looking for home video or film footage featuring late local landmarks, such as the United Army Surplus store on Portage Avenue.

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