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When winter break arrives, a boy and his friends are joined by the new girl in town for a prolonged snowball fight.

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Cast

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Luke (voice)
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Sophie (voice)
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Sophie (voice)
Nicholas Savard-L'Herbier ...
Luc (voice)
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Lucie (voice)
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Maranda (voice)
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François Les Lunettes (voice)
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Piers (voice)
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Jacques (voice)
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Chabot (voice)
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Henri Leroux / Georges Leroux (voice)
Sebastién Reding ...
Pierre (voice)
Heidi Lynne Weeks ...
Henry Leroux / Georges Leroux (voice)
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Ti Guy La Lune (voice)
Liz MacRae ...
Nicky (voice)
Aline Pinsonneault ...
France (voice)
Esther Poulin ...
Daniel Blanchette de Victoriaville (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sonja Ball ...
Manolo (voice)
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Daniel Blanchette
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Four-eyed Frankie (voice)
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Chuck (voice)
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Fran

Directed by

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Jean-François Pouliot
François Brisson ... (co-director)

Written by

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Normand Canac-Marquis ... ()
 
Roger Cantin ... (Original screenplay)
 
Danyèle Patenaude ... (Original screenplay)
 
Paul Risacher ... (writer)

Produced by

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Marie-Claude Beauchamp ... executive producer / producer
Hugo Bossaert ... assistant producer
Marc LeBel ... associate producer
Paul Risacher ... executive producer
Sophie Roy ... line producer
Normand Thauvette ... executive producer

Music by

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Jorane
Eloi Painchaud

Film Editing by

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Robert Yates

Editorial Department

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Mathieu Beausoleil ... Stereoscopic
Pierre Cadieux ... head of post operations
Jean-Baptiste Combette ... technical supervisor: grading and digital cinema mastering
Milaine Gamache ... digital intermediate production manager
Richard Lessard ... colorist

Casting By

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Helene Rousse

Art Direction by

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Philippe Arsenault Bussieres
Philippe Arseneau Bussieres

Production Management

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Shane de La Brosse ... production secretary
Julie Pigeon ... post-production supervisor / production manager

Art Department

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Pierre-Alexandre Comtois ... storyboard artist
Christine Dallaire-Dupont ... storyboard artist
Jean-noel Lemoal ... visual development artist
Julie Poupart ... visual development artist

Sound Department

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Stéphane Bergeron ... re-recording mixer
Jo Caron ... foley mixer
Richard M Dumont ... voice director (as Richard Dumont)
Shaun-Nicholas Gallagher ... post-synch engineer
Thibaut Quinchon ... sound editor
Christian Rivest ... sound designer
Seva Solntsev ... re-recording mixer
Yigit Tok ... adr recordist: turkish
Raymond Vermette ... sound designer / supervising sound editor
Lise Wedlock ... foley artist
Christian Rivest ... re-recording mixer (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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François Vachon ... special effects

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Bruno Champagne ... lighting/compositing artist
Thibaut Claeys ... sets & props modeler
Louis-Philippe Clavet ... fx artist
Thierry Fournier ... lighting/compositing artist
Eric Gervais-Despres ... effects supervisor
Cosmin Ghiga ... texturing artist
Mariana Robles Gonzalez ... visual effects artist (as Francisco Miguel Robles González)
Simon Lecavalier ... digital compositor
François Vachon ... studio supervisor

Animation Department

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Marie-Eve Baron ... production coordinator: animation
Susan Dehdari ... animator
Matt Desjardins ... animator
Louis Guy Dumais ... animator
Martin Ferland ... animator
Sébastien Joly ... animator
Antoni Lapointe ... final layout and set dressing artist
Catrine B. Martin ... rigging artist
Francis St-Cyr ... animator
Stephane Stoll ... layout supervisor
Tad Topping ... animator
Jim Van der Keyl ... animator
Jason Woodroff ... animator

Music Department

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François Arbour ... music mixer / score mixer
Pietro Milanesi ... pro tools operator

Other crew

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Álvar Carretero de la Fuente ... publicist
Tom Chen ... publicist
Sarah J. DeBruin ... publicist
Joshua Jason ... publicist
Nadja Leblanc ... production coordinator
Justin Stevenson ... digital projectionist: Toronto / translator

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

To amuse themselves during the winter school break, the kids in a small village decide to have a massive snowball fight. Luke and Sophie, both 11 years old, become the leaders of the opposing sides. Sophie and her cohort defend an elaborate snow fort against the assault of Luke's horde. Whichever side occupies the fort at the end of the winter break, wins.

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Also Known As
  • La guerre des tuques (Canada, French title)
  • Cleo (United Kingdom)
  • La bataille géante de boule de neige (France)
  • La guerre des tuques 3D (France)
  • Cleo und die Schneeballschlacht (Germany)
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Runtime
  • 82 min
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Box Office

Budget CAD12,500,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia Is a remake of the film The Dog Who Stopped The War (1984). See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Céline Dion: Hymn (2015). See more »
Soundtracks Je suis le vent See more »
Quotes Luke: It's just a war... there's no reason to hurt anyone!
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