During the 2014 school year in Sorel-Tracy, the 1,162 fifth year students at Fernand-Lefebvre secondary school participate in a photographic collective, inspired by the Inside Out Project, a global art exercise of international stature. Under the supervision of a professional photographer, every student is photographed by a peer. Then the black and white portraits are enlarged and pasted on the walls of the school in order to foster a spirit of solidarity among the adolescents, while making them proud of their establishment. With prom fast approaching, the young people talk to the camera about their reflections on life, their present and their future.
|Director:||Geneviève Dulude-De Celles|
|Writer(s):||Geneviève Dulude-de Celles|