In 2021, the Festival goes online!
March 13 – 19 2021
Celebrate the Francophonie through programming filled with humour, tradition, history, legends, culture and meaning.
Don’t miss an opportunity to get together…virtually!
Francophone Virtual Festival 2021
“Le temps des sucres”
Dana TENTEA & Stéphane BOITEL
Program for schools
Program for schools & Activities
SHOWS & WORKSHOP
“Introduction à l’histoire de la chanson francophone” – André THERIAULT
“Au creux de la Montagne” – Baptiste PRUD’HOMME
Atelier théâtral / Conte – Jean-Pierre MAKOSSA
Contes intéractifs – Griottes POLYGLOTTES
Conte d’antan et historique
Ancient and historical tales
“Eric Michaud, a Quebec storyteller, will take you back in time to the good old days of sugar shacks and the collecting of the maple sap, by telling you fun facts, anecdotes and legends of the origin from la Belle province.
While we wait for the maple sap to boil down, he will tell you what happened to Rose Latulippe who danced with the devil during lent and you will also hear the exploits of Alexis le Trotteur, the fastest man of his time!”
WebSite : https://eric-michaud.ca/
Cabane à sucre chez Roger Dallaire
Sugar shack at Roger Dallaire’s
Roger invites us in his hut to tell us a traditional tale and play the accordion. He will train us in music and teach us how to accompany the music with spoons. A small sleigh ride with his horses will take us back in time.
An entertaining and bilingual show, therefore accessible to all!
“Les fonds de terroir”
In a most festive atmosphere and through a unifying repertoire,
André Thériault, revives all the friendliness and humor of the beautiful songs.
of the Canadian oral tradition, francophone. A guitar-voice and harmonica show,
presented in a whimsical way, that is to say with a lot of humour and intervention.
An opportunity to get together in a good mood.
“Au creux de la Montagne”
Show of stories and songs of lumberjacks as well as Atikamekw legends. A time to allow traditional songs to harmonize with Aboriginal stories and an opportunity to tell our corner of the country.
A story that goes back well before Jacques Cartier.
A history of hunting and fishing, of war and discovery, of the fur trade and colonization, of log driving and logging, but also a history of exchange, respect and reconciliation. A show filled with humor and emotion.
As part of the celebration of La Francophonie, Club Bon Accueil offers interactive storytelling sessions to French schools.
These sessions will be animated online by the storyteller Ingrid Broussillon, founder of Griottes Polyglottes (practice your French while having fun and speaking it with confidence).
We will travel during a 30-minute session on the theme of sugaring-off time, and children have been invited to participate during the storytelling.
Get ready to enjoy this lovely sweet tale and lick your lips to the melodious songs.
Objective of the session :
- To tell a story in French to keep the children connected with the language.
- Involve children by working on imagination, creativity and overcoming their shyness.
- Giving children the opportunity to be part of a story with their proposal
Show will be online from March 18
Atelier de Feutrage : “Le feutre qui fait du bien”
Would you like to take advantage of a creative, interactive moment to relax?
Join artisan-felter Carmen Laferrière who will guide you in the discovery of needle felting by making a beautiful painting of beautiful hearts.
Films & Documentaries
Dana TENTEA & Stéphane BOITEL
“Traveling from California to Alaska, we reached out to local organisations striving to preserve biodiversity.
We wanted to reveal the daily struggle of women and men fighting for nature conservation in different ecosystems.
From the Mojave Desert to the Arctic tundra, through the Sierra Nevada forests or the Alaskan fjords, immerse yourself in the wild beauty of the great American landscapes.
Wild, 52 minutes of fresh air!
WebSite of the documentary: Wild Documentary
Blog : Le Monde de Tikal
The NFB at the Rendez-vous de la Francophonie
A virtual experience and free films that make some noise!
For its 23rd edition, the Rendez-vous de la Francophonie (RVF) is honouring Acadia and its people, whose French-language culture has survived, strong and proud, through the years.
SEVEN PROGRAMS IN THEATERS AND ONLINE!