School Order Form for Remote Access to Films

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Due to Canadian copyright law, this programme is strictly for educators at publicly-funded schools in Canada. 

Don't worry though! If you'd like to host a screening of a Canadian film in your community, at your private school, or outside of Canada, please email ncfd@reelcanada.ca to see how you can take part in our public events on National Canadian Film Day. We look forward to hearing from you!


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Please note: We ask that teachers complete a brief feedback survey after their screening(s). We report this data to our funders, which allows us to continue to offer our programmes entirely free of charge.












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For urgent situations only, just in case it's difficult to reach you at the school number above. 










During the COVID-19 crisis, REEL CANADA is pleased to provide streaming links to teachers that will be active for 7 days each, so you can still have access to great Canadian films during this time. You may share these links with your students for viewing purposes, but the links cannot be shared outside of your own classroom or school. These links are for educational purposes only.

If you know another teacher who may be interested in accessing free Canadian films for their online classrooms during this time, please do NOT share the film link, but rather direct them to fill out their own request form at tfaforms.com/4815313.



To order more than one film, simply press "add another film" below, and another set of questions will appear. 


For film descriptions and trailers, please visit: reelcanada.ca/our-film-catalogues

For recommendations, or if you’re not sure whether the films you're interested in will be right for your students and require more information, please write to contactus@reelcanada.ca. Be sure to include your students' grade level, any general interests you'd like to address, and any concerns or questions you might have.






Please select the type of school where you teach above, and the corresponding list of films will appear below for you to make your order.  
Which film(s) would you like to borrow? 



Please Note:
This film includes mature content which could be difficult for some students. Please see the next page of this form for a detailed content advisory and special sign-off required to screen this film. 


Links will be active for 7 days starting on the date below. The link will be sent to you either that morning, or the evening before.


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IMPORTANT

Screening Sensitive Material

Indian Horse introduces the discussion of Canadian Residential Schools, which in part includes harms against children, sexual abuse of children, secrets, and shame.  While this is done gently and not in a graphic way, the material may be upsetting for some students.  We ask that you ensure the availability of whatever counselling services your school normally provides when this kind of sensitive material is being dealt with.  (Page 3 of the content advisory provides information about some public resources that may be helpful). 

Given this sensitive subject matter, Indian Horse is not suitable for students to view independently if they are learning from home. Because the content of the film could be triggering for some students, they need to be fully supported by counsellors and other caring adults before, during and after the screening.  

Since viewing the film may lead to disclosures by children or youth in your classroom or group, it may be prudent to familiarize yourself with the mandatory and legal steps within your province, organization or school regarding your duty to report.

We also ask that specific consideration be given to your Indigenous students – many of whom may be intergenerational survivors of the Residential School system – for whom this material may be particularly upsetting. It is important to ensure that their viewing experience is a safe one.  Again, this should involve whatever supports your school has in place for such instances, whether it be counsellors who specialize in Indigenous cultural sensitivities, or the option for Indigenous students to opt out of the screening, or other measures.

Before proceeding, please read through the detailed content advisory for this film. 

Finally, please note that while Indian Horse is respectfully adapted from a celebrated novel by an Indigenous author, the film is not considered “Indigenous-made”.  (A selection of Indigenous-made films can be found at reelcanada.ca/indigenous-made-films/)



The Grizzlies deals with suicide openly. While this is done gently and not in a graphic way, the material may be upsetting for some students.  We ask that you ensure the availability of whatever counselling services your school normally provides when this kind of sensitive material is being dealt with.  (Pages 3 and 4 of the content advisory provide information about some public resources that may be helpful).

Given this sensitive subject matter, The Grizzlies is not suitable for students to view independently if they are learning from home. Because the content of the film could be triggering for some students, they need to be fully supported by counsellors and other caring adults before, during and after the screening.  

Since viewing the film may lead to disclosures by children or youth in your classroom or group, it may be prudent to familiarize yourself with the mandatory and legal steps within your province, organization or school regarding your duty to report.

We also ask that specific consideration be given to your Indigenous students – many of whom may be affected by intergenerational trauma – for whom this material may be particularly upsetting. It is important to ensure that their viewing experience is a safe one.  Again, this should involve whatever supports your school has in place for such instances, whether it be counsellors who specialize in Indigenous cultural sensitivities, or the option for Indigenous students to opt out of the screening, or other measures.

Before proceeding, please read through the detailed content advisory for this film. 


Demographic Information


It's a condition of our funding from the federal government that we ask the following demographic questions, in order to ensure we're reaching diverse audiences.

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The Ministry of Canadian Heritage defines this as "An individual other than an Indigenous person, who is non-Caucasian in race or non-white in colour."

 
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The Ministry of Canadian Heritage defines this as "Persons who have difficulties with daily living activities, or who have a physical, mental condition or health problem reducing the kind or amount of activities they can do."
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