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Reel Canada - Adam Brodie and Dave Derewlany

ReelCanada.jpgThis week, school students on PEI are getting a chance to see some real Canadian films... thanks to a non-profit group called Reel Canada. It's the eighth season of the program. It helps teachers and students across the country organize film festivals featuring all Canadian work.

Yesterday, Montague Regional High hosted the festival, screening 13 films in 16 classrooms. And today, Colonel Gray played host to the event. Our intern, Leena Ali was there. The comedy duo Adam Brodie and Dave Derewlany screened their short films, and then answered questions from the audience.

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