WHAT IS RCtv?
On National Canadian Film Day (NCFD) — Wednesday, April 17, 2019 — thousands of students across the country will watch a great Canadian film, then log into our live-stream to participate in discussions with Canadian stars and filmmakers, and engage in lots of other online fun.
171 schools registered for RCtv last year — that’s over 12,000 students — from every single province and territory:
- Watch and discuss great Canadian films
- Participate in Q&As with stars and filmmakers
- Amplify school spirit and national pride by competing in games and quizzes with other schools on a national leaderboard
- See themselves on the big screen with student-submitted videos and questions
- Connect virtually with other students across the country
- Explore Canadian identity, culture and storytelling
TEACHERS WILL BE SUPPORTED WITH:
- Lesson plans tied to the curriculum
- A copy of the film being screened (sign up by Friday, February 22 and you can keep the film for your school)
- Advice and support from our team on making the experience fun and memorable
“We can’t wait to get involved every year!” — Teacher from Holy Cross SS, St. Catharines, Ontario
WHEN IS IT?
National Canadian Film Day: Wednesday, April 17th, 2019
HOW DO I SIGN UP?
It’s easy and participation is completely free!
Email email@example.com with “RCtv – Your School Name – Your City” in the subject line, or call us: 1-855-733-5709 ext. 204
High school classes grades 9 to 12. Groups can range from a single class to a whole school.
We’re thrilled to announce that RCtv will host three celebrated Canadian filmmakers from Kayak to Klemtu and Remember.
Director, Remember Director, Kayak to Klemtu Lead Actor, Kayak to Klemtu
CHOOSE YOUR FILM AND VIEW THE CONTENT ADVISORY
WHAT EQUIPMENT DO WE NEED?
Schools must have the capacity to screen a DVD of the film, which REEL CANADA will provide. To participate in the live-stream Q&A, your computer must have an internet connection, and the stream must be displayed on a screen large enough for all the students to see.
WHAT IS THE TIME COMMITMENT?
Schools must be prepared to screen the entire feature film within two days prior to the webcast. The webcast will be 60 minutes long.
PDT British Columbia, Yukon: 9:30 – 10:30 am
MDT Alberta, Northwest Territories, Nunavut (Western), Saskatchewan: 10:30 – 11:30 am
CDT Manitoba, Nunavut (Central), some parts of western Ontario: 11:30 am – 12:30 pm
EDT Ontario, Quebec, Eastern Nunavut: 12:30 – 1:30 pm
ADT New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, PEI, Labrador: 1:30 – 2:30 pm
NDT Newfoundland: 2:00 – 3:00 pm
Note: As with all REEL CANADA events, we will request some written feedback and demographic data following the screening.
Watch last year’s webcast:
“Students were completely engaged with the hands-on RCtv application and were at all times watching the screen and enjoying the interview and Twitter questions, and at the same time furiously trying to answer all the Canadian Movie Questions.” —Teacher from Portage CI, Portage la Prairie, Manitoba