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Le chat colla...

Le chat colla...

| 7 min

Le 56e film de l’ONF à être nommé aux Oscars®

Court métrage d'animation humoristique inspiré d'une chanson folklorique. Voici l'histoire d'un vieux monsieur qui ne réussira pas à se débarrasser d'un petit chat jaune. Il reviendra toujours chez lui, malgré ses efforts DÉSESPÉRÉS pour l'en dissuader : « C'est le petit chat jaune nommé Laurier... Il est revenu...» Bis!

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Credits
  • director
    Cordell Barker
  • script
    Cordell Barker
  • animation
    Cordell Barker
  • producer
    Richard Condie
    Cordell Barker
  • executive producer
    Ches Yetman
  • animation camera
    Lorne Bailey
  • sound editing
    Ken Rodeck
  • sound mixer
    Clive Perry
  • voice
    Gaston Lepage
  • music
    John McCulloch

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Education

Ages 6 to 11

English Language Arts - Children's Stories/Fables
Health/Personal Development - Healthy Relationships
Health/Personal Development - Mental Health/Stress/Suicide
Health/Personal Development - Problem Solving/Conflict Resolution

Students role-play different solutions to a problem scenario and discuss the merits of each. Use humour (as done in the film) to bring forth new ideas. What if someone wants to play and you don’t want to play with them? What if someone can’t play nicely with your things? Offer young students the language and the tools to handle conflict and solve problems without violence.

Le chat colla...
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