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About

Recommended for ages 5 and over

Based on the classic Quebecois film La Guerre des Tuques (directed by André Melançon), this animated version of the much-loved story is a delightful update for a new generation of film lovers.

Looking for something to do during winter break, the kids of a small Quebec village decide to have a massive snowball fight. After first disagreeing over the rules and some of the kids deciding not to participate, Luc, on the advice of his best friend, Jacques, decides to force the issue and goads the other team into participating under the leadership of Sophie. The children decide that the winning team is whichever one occupies the massive, elaborate snow fort at the end of the holiday.

Tensions between the two teams begin to escalate quickly, as both teams are determined to attack and defend to the bitter end. After days of battle, the conflict escalates to a fever pitch on the final day, with a tragic result that no one could have predicted.

YEAR 2015

SECTION Sundance Kids

COUNTRY Canada

RUN TIME 82 min

COMPANY CarpeDiem Film & TV Inc.

WEBSITE www.carpediemfilmtv.com

EMAIL hb@carpediemfilmtv.com

PHONE (514) 270-2522

Credits

Director
Screenwriter
Executive Producer
Producer
Associate Producer
Line Producer
Art Director
Supervising Producer
Editor
Animation
Composers And Arrangement
Actor

Artist Bio

Jean-François Pouliot


Director Jean-François Pouliot’s first feature film was La Grande Séduction, a dramatic comedy featured at the 2004 Cannes Directors’ Fortnight and winner of the 2004 Sundance Film Festival’s Audience Award for World Cinema Dramatic. This film was followed by Guide de la Petite Vengeance (2006), Facing Champlain (2008), and Glimpse (2010). His cross-cultural comedy Dr. Cabbie, shot in Delhi and Toronto, was released in 2014, and followed in 2015 by the animated feature film Snowtime!


François Brisson


Whether in animation or painting, François Brisson strives to evolve artistically, using his brush strokes to create untold stories and bring colors to the eyes and the soul. Throughout 25 years he has designed, storyboarded, developed, produced, and directed prize-winning TV shows and international co-productions, as well as being the general manager of the animation studio Vivatoon.