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ReelCanada in association with Canadian Parents for French (CPF) is celebrating Canada's 149th anniversary with National Canadian Film Day.  To mark this event, Our Lady of Peace hosted a French Canadian Film Festival for all of our students during the school day. Students were invited to dress "Red Carpet Ready" for our student paparrazi  before their screenings. Grades JK-5 watched Le Chandail de Hockey,an animated short narrated by bestselling author Roch Carrier, telling the story of a  mortifying boyhood experience in this animated adaptation of his beloved story  “The Hockey Sweater.” This was proceeded by a screening of La Guerre des Tuques. 
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 During Christmas holidays, the children of a small village split themselves into two groups and begin preparing a week-long snowball war.  The rivalry opens up tension among a group of members, especially leaders Luc and Sophie.
Sophie et sa petite sœur Lucie emménagent dans un nouveau village où les garçons semblent être majoritaires. De son côté, Luc vit tranquille, mais porte en lui une grande peine après le décès de son père. Alors que l'école fait relâche pour deux semaines, Luc et ses amis décident d'organiser une guerre de neige. Un fort sera construit et il doit y avoir deux équipes. Quel clan l'emportera? La guerre est à finir et les coups bas ne peuvent être évités.
Our grade 6-8 students also viewed Le Chandail de Hockey followed up with a screening of
(2005) Director: Charles Binamé. Screenwriter: Ken Scott. Starring: Roy Dupuis, Julie Le Breton, Rémy Girard. 124 minutes. PG (French with English subtitles)
The Rocket traces the meteoric rise of hockey legend Maurice Richard (Dupuis), from his humble beginnings as a Montreal machinist during the Depression to star of the Canadiens and the greatest scorer in hockey. But this is much more than a sports movie. Director Charles Binamé frames the story in a cultural context: It isn’t until Richard, a man of few words, begins to speak his mind about the inequalities and prejudice directed toward French Canadians that he finds his voice. Many feel that the riots caused by Richard’s suspension in 1955 were the spark that fuelled the Quiet Revolution in Quebec. This hockey blockbuster is chock-full of heart and history.
The Rocket was nominated for 13 Genie Awards and won nine.

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