On Thursday, February 27, 2014, over 1900 French Immersion students and 100 teachers and volunteers from North Vancouver and West Vancouver schools (Cleveland, Ross Road, Sherwood Park, Braemar, Larson, Argyle, Handsworth, Windsor, Pauline Johnson and Cedardale) will be converging on Empire Theatres Esplanade to watch three fun and engaging French films!
Primary/Intermediate Students (K-Gr 4):
Ernest et Celestine
Ernest, a busking bear, and Célestine, a boho mouse, forge an interspecies friendship and instantly become a cause célèbre in this thoroughly entertaining and slightly demented adaptation of Gabrielle Vincent’s French children’s books.
Intermediate/Secondary Students (Gr 4-12):
Secondary Students (Gr 8-12):
This cheeky, coming-of-age comedy set in Quebec tells the story of 11-year-old Ricardo, who in 1981 struggles to fit in at his new school. With a flare for inventiveness and a desperate desire to impress his richer classmates, Ricardo weaves a web of untruths, which he must carefully maintain to keep up appearances for his new friends.
Questions about the CPF North Vancouver French Film Festival?
Please contact Annette Arndt: