Club d’Anglais

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Présidents du Club d’Anglais
– Joe Gnemmi (lecteur américain, bureau A112) &
– Alice Laudas (étudiante LLCE Anglais L3)

L’équipe des lectrices et lecteurs

– Sophie Deviller (Acadia University, Canada)
– Eithne Egan
– Joe Gnemmi
– Hodna Nuernberg
– Liam West
Sophie DeViller

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L’équipe des lectrices et lecteurs

– Jovan Albertson
– James Carter
– Joe Gnemmi
– Rebecca Infield
– Caitriona Keigher


– October 18th – Canadian Thanksgiving – Turkey, Pie. Presentation by Joe Gnemmi

– November 8th – Guy Fawkes Day – Marshmallows. Presentation by Rebecca Infield

– December 13th – American Style Christmas – Eggnog, Christmas food, Christmas tree, Christmas sing-alongs.

– January 24th – Burns Day – Poetry readings. Presentation by James Carter

– February – No holidays planned.

– March 17th – St Patricks Day – Food and drinks. Traditional Irish Music. Presentation by Caitriona Keigher

– April 4th – Easter – Egg dying, egg hunt, candy.


The English Club will be showing a different movie highlighting different cities in Anglophone culture. These include:

ManhattanOnceThe Italian JobGoing the Distance

NEW YORK CITY: Manhattan (1979) by Woody Allen

– Directed by Woody Allen, “Manhattan” tells the story of Isaac Davis, a New York writer who is torn between his love for two women and the beautiful city he calls his home: New York, which Allen described as “one of the characters in the film. » The amazing cinematography shot in black and white lends a romantic classy feeling to the American metropolis.

– Opening sequence:

DUBLIN: Once (2007) by John Carney

– “Once” is a 2006 Irish musical film written and directed by John Carney. Set in Dublin, the naturalistic drama stars musicians Glen Hansard (of the Irish folk rock band The Frames) and Markéta Irglová as musicians. The movie highlights the city of Dublin with all its economical and social problems but also its incredible warmth and culture.

– Main trailer:

LONDON: The Italian Job (2003) by F. Gary Gray

– “The Italian Job” is a 1969 British caper film, written by Troy Kennedy Martin, produced by Michael Deeley and directed by Peter Collinson. It stars actors Michael Caine and Noel Coward. The film made famous the Mini Cooper which features in high – speed chase scenes and is an integral part of the Italian ‘job’.

– Trailer:

VANCOUVER/TORONTO: Going the Distance (2010) by Nanette Burstein

– “Canadian Bacon” The U.S. President, low in the opinion polls, gets talked into raising his popularity by trying to start a cold war against Canada. Directed by Michael Moore and starring John Candy and Alan Alda.

– Trailer: