The Republic William Plenty July 23, 2016 All Stories, Video 1 Comment See the one minute promo and the first seven minutes of the Republic. The Conspiracy. The Power. In 1867 an independent nation was declared in South Central Manitoba (Portage la Prairie). Founded by Thomas Spence, the Republic of Manitobah was apparently short lived. But a body of evidence has been uncovered that traces the rise and continuing influence of this shadowy cabal as they infiltrate all aspects of our society. Manitobah history unlike anything seen before. A film by William Plenty with Concept Development by Shane Neufeld and Original Musical Score by Aaron Fehr. Graphic Design by Suzy Laevens and Narration by Helen White and Paul Oleynick. Including the National Film Board of Canada’s famous animated short “Spences’s Republic”, archive footage from the Manitoba Television Network and The Yosh Tashiro photo archive. Now Available on Stories from Home, the MTS TV Video on Demand Channel. Take a look at the trailer Featuring Brian Pallister (Leader of Official Opposition for the Province of Manitoba, Jord Samolesky (Activist, Co-founder Propagandhi), Andrew Collier (Manager Winnipeg Goldeyes), Richard Comely (creator of Captain Canuck), Lt. Col. Jeff Fletcher (RCAF), Larry Spence (President – Republic of Manitobah), The McClean Crew (Opposition forces), James Kostuchuk and Jim Cox Former MHS President and Vice-President, The Smoking Man, Don Pelechaty, Lloyd Middleton and two Goldeyes Henchmen. Here’s the first seven minutes of The Republic. Here’s the movie poster and some frame grabs from the film. One Response Greg Roberts March 5, 2016 A great movie, a great time, with a lot of great people… Thanks again Bill. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.