‘Small Things Considered’ is this year’s theme for the three-month paid mentorship in all-inclusive, real-world animation filmmaking; the deadline for submission is July 10.
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World premiere of Sylvie Trouvé and Dayle Hayward’s ‘Bone Mother’ highlights lineup of Nation Film Board animated shorts in competition.
Inspired by the filmmaker’s own unorthodox upbringing, this NFB-produced tale of a neurotic mother-daughter relationship features the voice talents of Amanda Plummer.
Directed by Albertine Zullo and David Toutevoix, the stop-motion animated ‘The Cannonball Woman’ (‘La femme canon’) is the latest collaboration between producer Claude Barras and the National Film Board of Canada.
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.
‘Red of the Yew Tree,’ ‘Mamie,’ ‘I Like Girls,’ ‘I Am Here’ and ‘Blind Vaysha’ are nominated for best animated short.
Mine! Mine! Mine? Studying collaborative filmmaking dynamics at the heart of Hothouse 11, the NFB's English Animation Studio Apprenticeship Program.
Canadian animator Howie Shia dives headfirst into the awkward reality of how we handle our aggressive and often dangerous emotions.
International jury members for the 2015 Ottawa International Animation Festival are Chris Dainty, Kaspar Jancis, Maral Mohammadian, Leah Shore, Yiorgos Tsangaris and Saschka Unseld.