School Programming 2023
May 9th - 11th 2023
Roxy Theatre, Saskatoon
$5 per student
(50% off regular price)
A selection of 3 age-appropriate, fun and educative films in French with subtitles for the following age groups:
May 9th - 1pm
May 10th - 9:30am & 1pm
May 11th - 9:30am
2020, 1h20, animation, production: Belgium, France
2020, 1h41, adventure, comedy, fantastical, production: France
2023, 1h10, animation, production: France, Italy, Switzerland
Son of two superheroes, SamSam would also like to develop a gift. His mother promises him that it will come, but the little boy with the red cape is not patient. Accompanied by his SamNounours, SamSam sets out in search of his first superpower. After a game of electronic balloon with his friends, he crosses paths with the daughter of the dictator of a neighboring planet.
Le prince oublié
Djibi lives alone with Sofia, his 8-year-old daughter. Every night, he invents a story to put her to sleep. When Sofia falls asleep, her dreams take her into "Storyland", a fantasy film studio where the extraordinary fairy-tale adventures come to life starring Djibi in the lead role as the heroic Prince Charming. But 3 years later, the entry of Sofia in 6th grade ("college") will mark the end of her childhood. To the despair of her father, she no longer needs her stories at night. On the one hand, Djibi will have to accept that his daughter will grow up and move away from him. On the other hand, in the World of Stories, the Prince will have to face the most epic of all his adventures.
Interdit aux chiens et aux Italiens
Early twentieth century, in northern Italy, in Ughettera, cradle of the Ughetto family. As life in this region has become very difficult, the Ughettos dream of starting all over again abroad. According to legend, Luigi Ughetto crossed the Alps and began a new life in France, forever changing the fate of his beloved family. His grandson recounts their history here.
An electronic teaching-aid kit will be provided prior to the screening to discuss the film with your students in class. A discussion will follow each film in the theatre to provide reflection. A Gold All-Access Pass is offered to each student after the screening for full and free access to the festival.