Virtual Cinema


Countryfest Community Cinema has partnered with our friends at several independent distributors to bring some excellent films to your home that sometimes won't make it to play on the BIG screen in Dauphin. This is another great way to support Countryfest Community Cinema during this difficult time, if you don't feel safe leaving your home yet. 50% (sometimes more!) of all revenue when you use the links below will directly go to supporting Countryfest Community Cinema.

Enjoy The Show!


New films will be opening in the virtual screening room each Friday so check this page for updates.


Please click on the links below to see more info on the releases at our cinema, they all have a trailer to view.


Banff Mountain Film Festival (Virtual) (NR)

Welcome to the 2020-21 Virtual World Tour
Join us for more #epicadventuresindoors

Featuring audience favourites from the 2020 Festival and special tour edits. This page includes everything you need for the virtual tour.

Browse film programs, read through FAQs, shop the marketplace and download our app for easy viewing on the go.

Support your local cinema.
This program may also be gifted to another to view at their home.

Important: Be sure to check in with your local World Tour organizer for more information on how you can support your community’s screening. By purchasing and viewing the programs from your tour host’s unique link, they will receive a portion of the revenue.
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Memories of Murder (Virtual Cinema) (14A)

MEMORIES OF MURDER tells the harrowing true story of the hunt for a sadistic serial rapist and murderer terrorizing a small province in 1980s South Korea.

Stardust (Virtual Cinema) (14A)

David Bowie is one of the most seminal legends in music history. In 1971, a 24-year-old fledgling David Bowie is sent to America to promote his newest record, The Man Who Sold the World. This is the story of his life and journey.

Abnegation & Euphoria (Virtual Cinema) (NR)

Abnegation (11 Minutes, 2018)

Synopsis - A woman's secret relationship is discovered putting her and those around her in danger.

Winner of Best Canadian Film at the ReelHeART International Film 2018

Euphoria (100 Minutes, 2013)

Euphoria brings together two intersecting road stories about the same person - a little girl called Lily who is taken away from home by her mother Celeste, and a young woman, Michelle, who journeys home to unravel the truth about her mysterious past.

Family Game Night & Tapeworm (Virtual Cinema) (NR)

Family Game Night (12 Minutes - 2018) - A family invites a stranger over for dinner and to participate in family game night. The stranger quickly learns this is a game he has never played before.

Tapeworm (79 Minutes - 2019) A hypochondriac, a failed comedian, a loner and two naive stoners seek an escape from their pitiful and mundane existence.

Tapeworm has played Many Festivals recently including VIFF (Vancouver International Film Festival), and Slamdance 2020.

The Manitoba Connection & Wheat City Hardcore (Virtual Cinema) (NR)

Two blistering Punk Rock Documentaries for the price of one, thanks to Dauphin CountryFest Cinema enjoy these two documentaries about the Punk Rock Scene across Manitoba!
The Manitoba Connection (2020) 35 Minutes - This previously unreleased, 35 minute documentary film that takes you deep into the bowels of Winnipeg's punk and hardcore underground circa the mid 2000's. "The Manitoba Connection" provides a rare, lightning-in-a-bottle snapshot of DIY subculture as it is on the Canadian Prairie, marked by geographical isolation, brutal winters, and a history of working class politics.
Comes with an additional 10 minute of Outtakes!
Wheat City Hardcore (2018) 60 Minutes - Brandon, Manitoba may not stand out on the nations musical map.
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Creem: America’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll Magazine (Virtual Cinema) (NR)

Capturing the messy upheaval of the '70s just as rock was re-inventing itself, the film explores Creem Magazine's humble beginnings in post-riot Detroit, follows its upward trajectory from underground paper to national powerhouse, then bears witness to its imminent demise following the tragic and untimely deaths of its visionary publisher, Barry Kramer, and its most famous alum and genius clown prince, Lester Bangs, a year later. Fifty years after publishing its first issue, "America's Only Rock 'n' Roll Magazine" remains a seditious spirit in music and culture.

Shock of the Future, The (Virtual Cinema) (NR)

In the Paris of 1978, old formulas do not charm listeners anymore and new music must arise. In a male-dominated industry, Ana uses her electronic gadgets to make herself heard, creating a new sound that will mark the decades to come: the music of the future.

Oliver Sacks: His Own Life (Virtual Cinema) (NR)

A month after receiving a fatal diagnosis in January 2015, Oliver Sacks sat down for a series of filmed interviews. Drawing on these reflections, nearly two dozen interviews with friends and family, and archival material, this film is the story of a beloved doctor and writer who redefined our understanding of the brain and mind.

Jimmy Carter: Rock & Roll President (Virtual Cinema) (NR)

This documentary charts the mostly forgotten story of how Carter, a lover of all types of music, forged a tight bond with various musicians that helped him get elected.

First We Eat (Virtual Cinema) (NR)

When filmmaker Suzanne Crocker (director of 2015 Hot Docs audience favourite All the Time in the World) suggests that her family spend a year eating only locally sourced food, her husband and three teenagers are skeptical. What complicates this experiment is that the family lives in a remote Yukon town,less than 300 kilometres south of the Arctic Circle—not exactly an easy place to access fresh-grown food all year round. First We Eat follows Suzanne and her family as they hunt, forage, fish, grow and raise their own food, struggling along the way to create a meal plan with variety and flavour. In perhaps the most bizarre effort to inject some seasoning into her cooking, Suzanne even dries human blood to use as salt.
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Queer Japan (Virtual Cinema) (NR)

Trailblazing artists, activists, and everyday people from across the spectrum of gender and sexuality defy social norms and dare to shine in this kaleidoscopic view of LGBTQ+ culture in contemporary Japan.