The award-winning ‘Datum Point’ director returns to the Ottawa festival with his latest experimental film, produced by Miyu Productions, the NFB, and New Deer, screening in Short Competition 5; OIAF 2023 runs September 20-24.
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Based on Terril Calder’s award-winning 2021 animated short, the installation received an honor presented to XR creators who bring new perspectives and artistic languages to immersive storytelling; the interactive stop-motion exhibit reflects Indigenous teachings from the earth fused into the story, creating a unique viewing experience
Based on the award-winning 2021 animated short ‘Meneath: The Hidden Island of Ethics,’ the stop-motion installation reflects Indigenous teachings from the earth, fused into the story, creating a unique viewing experience; debut set for Tribeca Festival’s ‘Tribeca Immersive’ showcase in June.
The stop-motion short charts the difficult journey of a precocious Métis baby girl as she contemplates her path to Hell; now available on the National Film Board of Canada’s streaming platform.
Canada’s famed National Film Board is coming to this year’s festival boasting 3 short films in competition and a ‘NFB: New Spaces for Storytelling’ Studio Focus showcasing its programming vision and women creators; the event runs from June 13 to 18.
‘Incredibles 2,’ ‘Isle of Dogs’ and ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’ receive nominations in the Animated Film category; ‘Avengers: Infinity War,’ ‘Black Panther,’ ‘Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald,’ ‘First Man,’ and ‘Ready Player One’ nominated for Special Visual Effects.
Multi-award-winning short film co-produced by Croatia’s Bonobostudio and the National Film Board of Canada released online as a Vimeo Staff Pick.
Romanian director’s film about a journey to find 70-year-old love letter’s author wins top festival award.
World premiere of Sylvie Trouvé and Dayle Hayward’s ‘Bone Mother’ highlights lineup of Nation Film Board animated shorts in competition.
Sarajevo-born, Montreal-based director delves into the production of her latest short film, including the collaborative process, paying homage to a cultural icon, and embracing the imperfections of stop-motion animation.
Series of 14 super-shorts framed as PSAs was produced by Jelena Popović and Maral Mohammadian and includes work from Theodore Ushev, Chris Landreth and The Sanchez Brothers.