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  • National Film Board of Canada Logo on pink and purple field

    Le samedi 9 mars à 13 h
    90 minutes

    Afin de souligner la journée internationale des femmes, Cumberland a le plaisir de vous offrir une sélection de l'Office national du film du Canada. Prenez place et profitez de ce film gratuit!

    Cumberland branch is thrilled to screen a selection from the National Film Board of Canada to highlight International Women's Day. Take a seat and check out our free film!

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    samedi, 9 mars, 13h
    Les femmes arabes disent ÇA ? par Nisreen Baker - 2023, 82 min, pour adultes
    En anglais avec sous-titres français

    Avec beaucoup de franchise et autant de nuance, Les femmes arabes disent ÇA ? brosse un portrait sans précédent de femmes arabes vivant au Canada. Allant à l’encontre des idées reçues, le récit révèle les expériences et le point de vue uniques de huit femmes arabes qui partagent leurs opinions, leur cuisine et leurs éclats de rire. Au rythme de la poésie et de la musique, elles s’expriment sur le féminisme, la politique, l’exil et leur désir d’appartenance.

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    Saturday, March 9, 1 pm
    Arab Women Say What?!
    by Nisreen Baker - 2023, 82 minutes, for adults
    English with French subtitles

    Arab Women Say What?! embodies the essence of living between two worlds: speaking and dreaming in different languages and lands. Nermeen, a young and bold Egyptian Canadian, invites us to join her circle of friends, a group of eight outspoken, daring Arab women who found each other through their shared love of laughter, food and life. The women examine feminism in Arab society, tackling challenging and often taboo sociopolitical issues. Their conversations offer a glimpse into their personalities, providing a complex understanding of what it means to “not be from here.”

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

    Les samedis, 9 mars, 2024 - 1 juin, 2024
    14 h 00
    120 minutes

    5 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.

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    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.

  • Child singing. Photos of movies encanto, frozen, the lion king. Text reads: sing-along cinema

    Le samedi 9 mars à 14 h 30
    120 minutes

    Come watch a family-friendly movie in English at the library and sing to your heart’s content as the lyrics appear on screen. Bring a friend, some snacks, a sleeping bag or comfy chair! Costumes are always welcome! 

    Every second Saturday of the month.

    *Please note : seating is on straight chairs, or on cushions on the floor. Feel free to bring your lawn chair for your comfort. 

    January 13 : Frozen

    February 10 : Lion King (animated version)

    March 9 : Encanto

  • March Break

    Le lundi 11 mars à 18 h 30
    60 minutes

    A series of short films from the National Film Board on the topic of Nature and Family for ages 5 to 9.​

    Some films do not feature any talking. Those that do will be shown either in French or in English​

    Une série de courts métrages de l'Office national du film sur le thème de la nature et de la famille pour les enfants âgés de 5 à 9 ams.​

    Certains films ne sont pas parlants. Ceux qui le sont seront projetés soit en français, soit en anglais.​

  • 4 teens thinking about programs

    Le mardi 12 mars à 14 h
    60 minutes

    A one-hour online workshop featuring a film industry professional who will share their own experiences in the industry and provide an overview of career paths in Canadian film and television. Presented by REEL Canada. Ages 13-18.

    Registration required. Registrants will receive an additional email with the Zoom link ahead of the program.

    About the Speakers

    Kourtney Jackson is a Toronto-based writer and filmmaker interested in hybridized, experimental forms of storytelling that exist within and transcend the physical body. Centred in the socio-cultural collisions of subjectivity, surveillance, and societal prescriptions of identity, her films 1 versus 1 (2018) and Wash Day (2020) have screened locally and internationally at festivals including TIFF Next Wave, BlackStar Film Festival, Sundance Film Festival (Ignite x Adobe), and many more. She currently works as a Program Coordinator at the OYA Black Arts Coalition.

    The workshop will be facilitated by Eric Bizzarri, who is an award-winning Canadian director and producer based in Toronto, and the Co-Founder and CEO of the Future of Film Showcase, a film festival based in Toronto, ON.

  • Cartoon kids running to open door

    Le jeudi 14 mars à 13 h 30
    120 minutes

    Join us at Rockcliffe Park Branch for an hour of National Film Board animated shorts on Nature and Family

    There will be 2 screenings from 1:30-2:30 PM and from 2:30-3:30PM.

    And of course popcorn!

    50 minutes, multiple languages, Ages 5-9, Drop-in

    Movie list:

    What Rhymes with Toxic - Media Space : Media Space (nfb.ca)
    Tzaritza (English Version) by Theodore Ushev - NFB
    Nunavut Animation Lab: Qalupalik by Ame Papatsie - NFB
    Nunavut Animation Lab: The Bear Facts by Jonathan Wright - NFB
    Jaime Lo, Small and Shy by Lillian Chan - NFB
    Christopher, Please Clean Up Your Room! by Vincent Gauthier - NFB
    With Grandma by Françoise Hartmann - NFB
    At Home with Mrs. Hen by Tali - NFB
    Dancers of the Grass by Melanie Jackson - NFB

    Tzaritza (English Version) by Theodore Ushev - NFB Nunavut Animation Lab: Qalupalik by Ame Papatsie - NFB Nunavut Animation Lab: The Bear Facts by Jonathan Wright - NFB Jaime Lo, Small and Shy by Lillian Chan - NFB Christopher, Please Clean Up Your Room! by Vincent Gauthier - NFB With Grandma by Françoise Hartmann - NFB At Home with Mrs. Hen by Tali - NFB Dancers of the Grass by Melanie Jackson - NF

  • Movie clapper

    Le vendredi 15 mars à 15 h 30
    120 minutes

    Come munch on some popcorn and watch The Incredibles movie (rated PG) at the library. Bring a friend, some snacks, a sleeping bag or comfy chair. Costumes and PJs are always welcome! ​

    *Note: seating is on straight chairs, or on floor cushions. Popcorn will be provided as supplies last.​

    Drop in program.

  • Le vendredi 15 mars à 15 h 30
    165 minutes

    Come to the St-Laurent library for a free viewing of La La Land (2016)! Snacks will of course be provided.

    For ages 12-17. The movie is rated PG-13. Viewer discretion is advised. Le film sera visionné en Anglais seulement.

    A jazz pianist falls for an aspiring actress in Los Angeles. This original musical about everyday life explores the joy and pain of pursuing dreams.

  • poster for Clue

    Les samedis, 16 mars, 2024 - 16 mars, 2024
    12 h 30
    240 minutes

    2 sessions restantes

    Ottawa Bad Movie Nights and Ottawa Public Library present a screening of Clue...but that's not all! There will also be a whole room in B125 dedicated to the Clue board game with multiple versions of the game and even a CLUEmaster to assist you if need be.

    The film is free to attend, starts at 1:00 PM and will take place in the Main branch auditorium.

  • Anime club

    Le jeudi 21 mars à 18 h 30
    90 minutes

    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.