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  • Blach History Month webcard with geometric print in red, black, green, and yellow

    Le samedi 24 février à 13 h
    90 minutes

    Cumberland branch is thrilled to screen a selection of films from the National Film Board of Canada to highlight Black History Month. Take a seat and check out our film selection for February!

    La succursale Cumberland est ravi de vous offrir une sélection de films grâce à l'Office National du film du Canada, afin de souligner le mois de l'histoire des noirs. Prenez place et découvrez notre sélection de films du mois de février !

    Thursday, February 1, 6 pm - 7:30 pm | jeudi, 1 février, 18h - 19h30
    Ninth Floor, by Mina Shum 2015, 81 min, English with French subtitles, Not Rated
    Director Mina Shum makes her foray into feature documentary by reopening the file on a watershed moment in Canadian race relations – the infamous Sir George Williams Riot. Over four decades after a group of Caribbean students accused their professor of racism, triggering an explosive student uprising, Shum locates the protagonists and listens as they set the record straight, trying to make peace with the past.

    Saturday, February 3, 1 pm - 2:30 pm | samedi, 3 février, 13h - 14h30
    True North: Inside the Rise of Toronto Basketball, by Ryan Sidhoo
     2019, 89 min, English with French subtitles, Not Rated
    On the heels of the Toronto Raptors’ historic NBA Championship and the record-setting number of Canadian draft picks, the Toronto hoop dream is more alive than ever. In this feature-length doc, director Ryan Sidhoo shines the spotlight on 12-year-old Elijah Fisher, 15-year-old Keone Davis and 18-year-old Cordell Veira as they navigate today’s youth basketball machine in pursuit of their own NBA dreams.

    Saturday, February 10, 11 AM - 12 PM | samedi, 10 février, 11h - 12h
    Step by Step
     47 min, English with French subtitles, Youth
    Join us for an exciting program of animated short films for youth! Black Soul dives into the heart of Black culture with an exhilarating trip though history. In Mind Me Good Now! Tina and Dalby disobey their mama with almost tragic consequences. Joe tells the story of Seraphim "Joe" Fortes, one of Vancouver's most beloved citizens. In The Magic Lion, a Kenyan boy goes on a quest to save the life of his sick grandfather. In The Cora Player, two young Africans from different social backgrounds want to defy tradition and be free to love each other. In Christopher Changes His Name, a young boy decided to try on a new name when his Aunty Gail from Trinidad tells him a story.

    Saturday, February 17, 1 pm - 2:45 pm | samedi, 17 février, 13h - 14h45
    Stateless, by Michèle Stephenson
     2020, 95 min, French and Creole with either English or French subtitles, Not Rated
    In 1937, tens of thousands of Haitians and Dominicans of Haitian descent were exterminated by the Dominican army on the basis of anti-black racism. Fast-forward to 2013: the Dominican Republic’s Supreme Court stripped the citizenship of anyone with Haitian parents, retroactive to 1929, rendering more than 200,000 people stateless. Director Michèle Stephenson’s new documentary follows the grassroots campaign of a young attorney named Rosa Iris, as she challenges electoral corruption and fights to protect the right to citizenship for all people.

    Saturday, February 24, 1 pm - 2:30 pm | samedi, 24 février, 13h - 14h30
    Unarmed Verses, by Charles Officer
     2016, 85 min, English with French subtitles, Not Rated
    This feature documentary presents a thoughtful and vivid portrait of a community facing imposed relocation. At the centre of the story is a remarkably astute and luminous 12-year-old black girl whose poignant observations about life, the soul, and the power of art give voice to those rarely heard in society. Unarmed Verses is a cinematic rendering of our universal need for self-expression and belonging.

  • Les mercredis, 21 février, 2024 - 28 février, 2024
    12 h 45
    120 minutes

    3 sessions restantes

    02/07 - Stateless, 2 pm
    In 1937, tens of thousands of Haitians and Dominicans of Haitian descent were exterminated by the Dominican army on the basis of anti-black racism. Fast-forward to 2013: the Dominican Republic’s Supreme Court stripped the citizenship of anyone with Haitian parents, retroactive to 1929, rendering more than 200,000 people stateless. Director Michèle Stephenson’s new documentary follows the grassroots campaign of a young attorney named Rosa Iris, as she challenges electoral corruption and fights to protect the right to citizenship for all people. 2020, 95 min, French and Creole with either English or French subtitles.

    02/14 - John Ware Reclaimed, 2 pm
    John Ware Reclaimed follows filmmaker Cheryl Foggo on her quest to re-examine the mythology surrounding John Ware, the Black cowboy who settled in Alberta, Canada, before the turn of the 20th century. Foggo’s research uncovers who this iconic figure might have been, and what his legacy means in terms of anti-Black racism, both past and present. Please note: This film contains explicit language. Viewer discretion is advised. 2020, 72 min, English with French subtitles.

    02/21 - True North: Inside the Rise of Toronto Basketball by Ryan Sidhoo, 12:45 pm and 6 pm

    On the heels of the Toronto Raptors’ historic NBA Championship and the record-setting number of Canadian draft picks, the Toronto hoop dream is more alive than ever. In this feature-length doc, director Ryan Sidhoo shines the spotlight on 12-year-old Elijah Fisher, 15-year-old Keone Davis and 18-year-old Cordell Veira as they navigate today’s youth basketball machine in pursuit of their own NBA dreams. 2019, 89 min, English with French subtitles.

    02/28 - The Road Taken by Selwyn Jacob, 6pm

    This 1996 documentary takes a nostalgic ride through history to present the experiences of Black sleeping-car porters who worked on Canada's railways from the early 1900s through the 1960s. There was a strong sense of pride among these men and they were well-respected by their community. Yet, harsh working conditions prevented them from being promoted to other railway jobs until finally, in 1955, porter Lee Williams took his fight to the union. Claiming discrimination under the Canada Fair Employment Act, the Black workers won their right to work in other areas. Interviews, archival footage and the music of noted jazz musician Joe Sealy (whose father was a porter) combine to portray a fascinating history that might otherwise have been forgotten.

    1996, 52 min, English.

  • Le mercredi 21 février à 15 h 30
    90 minutes

    True North: Inside the Rise of Toronto Basketball On the heels of the Toronto Raptors’ historic NBA Championship and the record-setting number of Canadian draft picks, the Toronto hoop dream is more alive than ever. In this feature-length doc, director Ryan Sidhoo shines the spotlight on 12-year-old Elijah Fisher, 15-year-old Keone Davis and 18-year-old Cordell Veira as they navigate today’s youth basketball machine in pursuit of their own NBA dreams. 2019, 89 min, English with French subtitles

  • Le mercredi 21 février à 18 h 30
    60 minutes

    This 1996 documentary takes a nostalgic ride through history to present the experiences of Black sleeping-car porters who worked on Canada's railways from the early 1900s through the 1960s. There was a strong sense of pride among these men and they were well-respected by their community. Yet, harsh working conditions prevented them from being promoted to other railway jobs until finally, in 1955, porter Lee Williams took his fight to the union.

    Claiming discrimination under the Canada Fair Employment Act, the Black workers won their right to work in other areas. Interviews, archival footage and the music of noted jazz musician Joe Sealy (whose father was a porter) combine to portray a fascinating history that might otherwise have been forgotten.

    1996, 52 min, English

  • Le jeudi 22 février à 10 h
    0 minutes

    En 1937, des dizaines de milliers d'Haïtiens et de Dominicains d'origine haïtienne ont été exterminés par l'armée dominicaine sur la seule base du racisme à l'encontre des Noirs. Des décennies plus tard, en 2013, la Cour suprême de la République dominicaine retire la citoyenneté à toute personne ayant des parents haïtiens, avec effet rétroactif jusqu'en 1929, rendant ainsi plus de 200 000 personnes apatrides. Le nouveau documentaire de la réalisatrice Michèle Stephenson suit la campagne d'une jeune avocate du nom de Rosa Iris, qui lutte contre la corruption des élus et pour la protection du droit à la citoyenneté pour tous.

    In 1937, tens of thousands of Haitians and Dominicans of Haitian descent were exterminated by the Dominican army on the basis of anti-black racism. Fast-forward to 2013: the Dominican Republic's Supreme Court stripped the citizenship of anyone with Haitian parents, retroactive to 1929, rendering more than 200,000 people stateless.  Director Michèle Stephenson's new documentary follows the grassroots campaign of a young attorney named Rosa Iris, as she challenges electoral corruption and fights to protect the right to citizenship for all people.

    2020, 95 minutes, French and Creole with either English or French subtitles / en français et en créole avec les sous titres en anglais ou en français.

  • Le jeudi 22 février à 18 h 30
    120 minutes

    Instituteur dans une école primaire, Clément est séparé de sa femme, avec laquelle il partage la garde de leur petit garçon. Le cœur du célibataire se remet à battre quand Alicia, une comédienne qu'il a déjà pu admirer au théâtre, débarque dans son école à la recherche d'un professeur particulier pour son jeune neveu. Thomas, directeur de l'établissement et meilleur ami de Clément, recommande chaudement ce dernier et rapidement, l'amour naît entre l'enseignant et la célèbre artiste. Leur relation naissante est cependant compromise par Caprice, une actrice débutante qui s'est mise en tête de séduire Clément. Or, de son côté, Alicia n'est pas insensible au charme de Thomas. 

    G, 100 minutes. 

  • Black History Month poster

    Le vendredi 23 février à 16 h
    90 minutes

    On the heels of the Toronto Raptors’ historic NBA Championship and the record-setting number of Canadian draft picks, the Toronto hoop dream is more alive than ever. In this feature-length doc, director Ryan Sidhoo shines the spotlight on 12-year-old Elijah Fisher, 15-year-old Keone Davis and 18-year-old Cordell Veira as they navigate today’s youth basketball machine in pursuit of their own NBA dreams. 2019, 89 min, English with French subtitles

  • Anime and Manga Club / Club d'Anime et Manga

    Les samedis, 24 février, 2024 - 1 juin, 2024
    14 h 00
    120 minutes

    6 sessions restantes

    Love manga and anime?  Come join us to discuss all things Naruto, Demon Slayer, and much more with fellow fans!  We watch anime, eat snacks, and play games.

    Ages 13 - 18.

    ****

    Aimez-vous l'anime ou le manga ?  Venez à la bibliothèque pour discuter les séries comme Naruto, Demon Slayer et plus avec les autres amateurs d'anime !  Nous regardons l'anime, mangeons des collations et jouons les jeux.

    Pour les 13 - 18 ans.

  • Le samedi 24 février à 14 h
    135 minutes

    Come watch a free showing of Knives Out (2019) with your friends! Snacks and beverages will be provided! For teens aged 12 to 17. The film is rated PG-13 and runs for 130 minutes. Presented in English.

    When renowned crime novelist Harlan Thrombey is found dead at his estate just after his 85th birthday, the inquisitive and debonair Detective Benoit Blanc is mysteriously enlisted to investigate. From Harlan's dysfunctional family to his devoted staff, Blanc sifts through a web of red herrings and self-serving lies to uncover the truth behind Harlan's untimely death.

    Venez assister à une projection gratuite de Knives Out (2019) avec vos amis! Des collations et des boissons seront fournies! Pour les ados âgés de 12 à 17 ans. Le film est classé PG-13 et dure 130 minutes. Présenté en anglais.

    Les circonstances entourant la mort de l'auteur de romans policiers Harlan Thrombey sont nébuleuses. Mais lors de l'enquête, aucun doute ne s'installe dans l'esprit du célèbre détective Benoit Blanc : tous les membres de la famille dysfonctionnelle de la victime sont suspects. Il doit alors passer en revue un tissu de mensonges et de diversions s'il souhaite dévoilere la vérité.

  • Le samedi 24 février à 15 h
    90 minutes

    On the heels of the Toronto Raptors’ historic NBA Championship and the record-setting number of Canadian draft picks, the Toronto hoop dream is more alive than ever. In this feature-length doc, director Ryan Sidhoo shines the spotlight on 12-year-old Elijah Fisher, 15-year-old Keone Davis and 18-year-old Cordell Veira as they navigate today’s youth basketball machine in pursuit of their own NBA dreams.

    2019, 89 min, English with French subtitles