North American premiere of Cordell Barker’s ‘If I Was God’ joins acclaimed new films by Sarah Van Den Boom and Randall Lloyd Okita.
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As Director General of the NFB’s French Program, Picard spearheaded digital creation and interactivity by implementing new narrative forms and citizen participation through such projects as the new ‘Parole citoyenne’ website and the ‘Community Mediator’ DVD.
Four years in the making, two-time Oscar nominee trades in his familiar comedic 2D animation style for slow-paced storytelling in a brand-new stop-motion short film.
The NFB and animator Claude Cloutier lift the hood on his compelling new “Anti-CARS” animated short film.
Just in time for National Poetry Month, the National Film Board of Canada and ARTE unveil their series of 12 short interactive stories at interactivehaiku.com.
Winner of the grand prize for best animated feature at the Ottawa International Animation Film Festival, Luc Chamberland’s animated documentary will screen as part of the Next program.
Animation director Jeff Hale, whose half century of work included the controversial Lenny Bruce short ‘Thank You Mask Man,’ has died.
Five NFB films honored at 2015 Canadian Screen Awards, recognizing excellence in film, television and digital media.
Oscar winner Chris Landreth is this year’s mentoring director for NFB’s apprenticeship program for emerging animators.
An interactive experience “for human beings between 5 and 105 years old,” ‘Way to Go’ is the follow-up to Morisset’s 2014 SXSW winner ‘BLA BLA.’
NFB director-producer was an early collaborator of Norman McLaren, founder of the NFB’s French Animation Studio, and the recipient of the 2001 Prix Albert-Tessier.
‘Me and My Moulton’ director Torill Kove releases a new clip inspired by her Oscar-nominated animated short.
Oscar nominees for Best Animated Feature and Best Animated Short at the 87th Academy Awards write and call in with their reactions.
Torill Kove’s ‘Me and My Moulton’ and Michèle Cournoyer’s ‘Soif’ both receive Canadian Screen Award nominations for Best Animated Short.
Claude Joli-Coeur is appointed Government Film Commissioner and Chair of the National Film Board of Canada for a term of five years.
Latest National Film Board of Canada animated short from Oscar-winning director of ‘The Danish Poet’ is nominated for an Annie Award for Best Animated Short Subject.
Presented in conjunction with the National Film Board of Canada, more than 62,000 people took part in over 80 events, ranging from exhibitions, screenings, workshops and performances at 41 venues in Stirling, Glasgow, Edinburgh, and across the rest of the U.K.
Ten animated short films -- out of an original 58 that had qualified in the category -- will advance in the voting process for the 87th Academy Awards.
Beginning on October 28 and running until November 2, the eighth edition of Get Animated! gives audiences a chance to explore a wide range of animated short films.
Classic works by NFB animation studio founder Norman McLaren and frequent collaborator Evelyn Lambart will be showcased at The Museum of Modern Art in NYC.
In celebration of International Animation Day, ASIFA-SF, The Disney Family Museum and the National Film Board of Canada are hosting an in-person evening with filmmakers Torill Kove and Nicola Lemay.
Wear your love of great Canadian cinema with tees, longsleeves and hoodies featuring images from classic animation and the NFB’s iconic retro logo.
The National Film Board of Canada teams with the Toronto International Film Festival to celebrate the 100th birthday of animation legend Norman McLaren with an outdoor program featuring seven short films set to live performances of original scores.
Seventeen NFB films are selected to this year’s festival, including documentaries on Norman McLaren and Canadian cartoonist Seth.