The National Film Board of Canada (NFB) is offering an online look at Bruce Alcock's (At the Quinte Hotel) latest film, 54 hours...
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I can't get enough of Saki Yori's freewheeling, animated anxieties that somehow calm. Her latest is The Tale of The Plump Bird.
Germany's Studio Film Bilder just picked up a shiny award for their new pre-school series, Patchwork Pals. The series was created by acclaimed indie animator, Angela Steffen.
During the evenings between April and June, people can spend an evening viewing 7 commissioned Norman McLaren influenced projects that will be projected onto the facades of 7 Montreal buildings.
PES made a film about Black Gold. Black Gold seems like it's a euphemism. Must be, right? No? A jeweller. Okay.
Stop what you're doing and take many moments to watch Hisko Hulsing's acclaimed short film, Junkyard.
It's been years since we've heard from JJ Villard, the creator of the ballbreaking films, Son of Satan and Chestnuts Icelolly.... but now he's back in the most unexpected place: TV.
A little red headed girl showed me this. Dumb Ways to Die is a not so dumb PSA thing by a New Zealand animator whose name is not directly in front of me. There's a website too. Good for kids and dummies.
I quite enjoy the animation films of Joseph "Joe" Pierce. His work serves up a piercing perspective of family, community, social roles and groups.
That's the punch line to a Fozzie Bear joke about Japanese animator, Atsushi Wada and his new film, Anomalies.