Attracting a wider range of filmmakers, Festival dedicated to films made using stop-motion animation adds Pixilation category.
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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.
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.
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.
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.
Kid Koala, Theodore Ushev and Daily tous les jours set to dazzle viewers on the 100th anniversary of Norman McLaren’s birth.