The Oscar-winning director discusses her film about a special bike and the difficulties of being honest in our closest relationships.
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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.
The National Film Board of Canada presents a diverse lineup of stellar titles at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival, including Oscar winner Torill Kove’s latest short film, ‘Me and My Moulton.’
Oscar winner Chris Landreth serves as mentoring director for 10th anniversary of the National Film Board of Canada’s acclaimed Hothouse program for emerging animators.
An AWN tribute celebrating retired NFB producer Marcy Page’s lasting impact on a generation of artists, family and friends.
Julie Roy is named Executive Producer at the NFB’s French Animation Studio; Maral Mohammadian and Jelena Popović are named as producers at the English Animation Studio.
The National Film Board of Canada brings nine short films produced or co-produced by the NFB to the Annecy International Animation Film Festival.
The National Film Board of Canada (NFB) is offering an online look at Bruce Alcock's (At the Quinte Hotel) latest film, 54 hours...
Directed and produced by Marie-Josée Saint-Pierre in co-production with the NFB, animated documentary short Jutra is selected as part of the lineup of the 46th Directors’ Fortnight at the Cannes Film Festival.
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.
One of animation’s most successful producers reflects on her work, her NFB legacy and her plans for retirement.
Two recent works of art by Oscar-winning filmmaker and animator Chris Landreth are up for auction through Toronto-based Consignor Canadian Fine Art.
Kid Koala, Theodore Ushev and Daily tous les jours set to dazzle viewers on the 100th anniversary of Norman McLaren’s birth.
The prolific experimental animator discusses his latest film and the message, or lack of one, behind his musical and visual decision-making.
Feeling displaced, like a stranger in a strange land, lies at the heart of the directors' poignant and expertly crafted short film.
Chris Robinson’s candid interview with the longtime producer, hard at work charting a new studio course in an increasingly digital world.
Chris Landreth’s award-winning National Film Board of Canada (NFB) animated short Subconscious Password is selected to screen at the Sundance Film Festival.
Tom Perlmutter announces his decision, effective December 31, 2013, to step down as NFB Chair and Government Film Commissioner; Assistant Commissioner Claude Joli-Cœur is named interim Commissioner.
To celebrate what would have been Norman McLaren’s 100th birthday in 2014, the National Film Board of Canada and the Quartier des Spectacles Partnership are inviting artists from around the world to respond to a call for projects entitled McLaren Wall-to-Wall.
Michael Fukushima is named Executive Producer of the National Film Board of Canada’s acclaimed English Program Animation Studio in Montreal.