Canadian Forces Memorial Film Festival

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Type:
Educational Event
Date:
November 8-10, 2019
Time:
19:00 - 22:00
Details:

Empress Theatre presents: Canadian Forces Memorial Film Festival November 8 to 10, 2019

FRIDAY NIGHT NOVEMBER 8 - “OVERLORD" Theme: 75th Anniversary of D-Day

SATURDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 9 - “Theirs is the Glory” Theme: 75th Anniversary of Market Garden

SATURDAY AFTERNOON NOVEMBER 9 - “Storming Juno” Theme: The Canadians at Juno Beach during the invasion of Normandy on June 6, 1944

SATURDAY NIGHT NOVEMBER 9 - “Apocalypse Now Final Cut" Theme: The Vietnam War

SUNDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 10 - "Lest we Forget and the Royal Canadian Legion" Theme: The Home Front in Canada during both world wars.

SUNDAY AFTERNOON NOVEMBER 10 - "One 100 Days to Victory" Theme: Canada and its allies at the end of the Great War.

Master of Ceremonies, Dr. Stéphane Guevremont, is a former aircraft mechanic with practical experience at Pratt & Whitney Canada (Flight Testing) and Bombardier Aerospace (Action Centre). He was also a senior guide at the National Aviation Museum of Canada, Ottawa for four years. He then taught French as a second language to federal government employees across Canada (Hull, Ottawa and Vancouver) before completing a Ph.D. Degree program at the University of Calgary in November 2010 on “The Development of a Canadian Aircraft Industry, 1909-1949.” In addition, he holds a CEGEP Degree in Aircraft Maintenance, a B.A. (First Class Honours) in History from McGill University and a civilian M.A. in War Studies from the Royal Military College of Canada, Kingston. Stéphane is currently teaching on his own for adult audiences.

Location:
Empress Theatre
Address:
235 - 24 Street
City:
Fort Macleod, Alberta

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