The Youth component of the Festival has three categories: family, school and activities to lets young people experience the magic and the excitement of a festival with their family.

You get to choose the approach that will let you truly experience and enjoy the Festival REGARD.

Films in the Youth component qualify to the Best Youth Short Film Award, which will be awarded by the Young Cinephiles Jury.

Once again, the Youth program team has created programs adapted to each age group while thinking about the parents who will accompany their little treasures in this nice adventure.

The children 3 years and older will be greeted by Phil and Ciné at the Family Shorties

Children 8 years and older will enter the world of the Big Kid Shorts

Teenagers 13 years and older will have their own session with We Go to the Movies

Click on the program of your choice for further details.

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    Saturday Family Shorties
    March 18 - 09h30

    Ages 3 and up A selection of exceptional children’s films that will delight grownups too. The Family Shorties program is a must-see event for families! This screening for ages 3 and up offers a collection of short films from international youth festivals, animation schools from around the world and recent award-winning films. This film celebration is hosted by Phil and Ciné. The passionate and film-loving brother and sister will guide the little ones through their first short film experience. Admission: $ 5

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    We Go to Movies
    March 18 - 15h00

    The program We Go to The Movies offers a selection of shorts for teenagers aged 13 years old and older. The program will feature powerful short films, chosen to challenge people to think and open discussions with friends, or even with parents. The movies focus on current issues, including: —How 700,000 fans on Instagram challenge a 16-year-old artist to think about her practice and celebrity. —How the news in a newspaper can be brought to life, thanks to the magic of animation. —How a 15-year-old teenager can find the courage to cope with everyday life, when suffering from a critical illness. In addition to this program, we will present two films entirely produced by student teams from Polyvalente Jonquière and Polyvalente Kénogami. An activity that promises to be outstanding and that will be hosted by the actor Félix-Antoine Tremblay, originally from the region!

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    Big Kid Shorts
    March 18 - 13h00

    Since the regulars of Family Shorties grow older, we created Big Kid Shorts, a screening session for 8 years and older. It provides an opportunity for young people to get introduced to auteur cinema and to discover short films on a large screen. Even if some movies have a challenging form, the programming team made sure that funny, sad, and surprising moments still await you.

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    Sunday Family Shorties
    March 19 - 09h30

    Ages 3 and up A selection of exceptional children’s films that will delight grownups too. The Family Shorties program is a must-see event for families! This screening for ages 3 and up offers a collection of short films from international youth festivals, animation schools from around the world and recent award-winning films. This film celebration is hosted by Phil and Ciné. The passionate and film-loving brother and sister will guide the little ones through their first short film experience. Admission: $ 5

For over 15 years, Festival REGARD’s Youth Team has developed an expertise in disseminating short films among young cinephiles aged 5 to 17. Our youth program strives on developing programs made of professional, pertinent, varied and content-rich films for every audience group.

REGARD’s school screenings are a place for initiation, exchange and discovery of the short film format and world cinematography.

All of these activities make REGARD’s youth audience that’s watchful, attentive, curious, interested and knowledgeable.

In this section, you will find all the educational tools developed by our team.

For informations and registrations, join Annie Larouche at [email protected]

Mobile phone : 418-321- 1413

Office phone : 418-698- 5854

REGARD’s Youth team pays attention to the needs of school and cultural workers in order to adapt its activities according to their ideas and projects.

This year, a creation process has been developed with Culture Éducation in order to allow students to experiment with the creation of an animated film. The exhibition Shorts Evolution at the Centre des arts et de la culture will present the results of the best participating classes.

Furthermore, the Court Libre project has enabled Secondary 5 students to attend workshops to learn about the steps of a film production, and then produce six short films.

The best of those films will be screened during the We Go to The Movies screening.

Activités en vedette
  • Shorts Evolution

    March 10 - 12h00
    Salle d'expo du Centre des Arts, Chicoutimi
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