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.
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Program lineup and initial list of presenters for third annual symposium, taking place June 10, highlight important focus on “Belonging” and critical topics affecting women working in the animation industry.
‘How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World’ director and PUBG CEO are the first announced presenters at upcoming October 21-25 digital media conference in Turin, Italy.
Oscar-shortlisted animated short film from the Academy Award-winning duo behind ‘Bob’s Birthday’ available to watch online through January 12.
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.
Women in Animation honoring Michael Fukushima of the National Film Board Of Canada, animation legend Brenda Banks, and director Alex Widdowson’s ‘Music & Clowns’ with its second annual WIA Diversity Awards at Spark ANIMATION 2018.
The Oscar-winning duo behind ‘Bob’s Birthday’ returns to the NFB with a new short film exploring the animal side of human nature.
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.
New NFB shorts by Patrick Bouchard and Oscar-winning duo Alison Snowden and David Fine to screen at upcoming Toronto International Film Festival.
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.
Winnipeg-born talent was part of the first generation of animators hired and trained by animation legend Norman McLaren during the early years of the National Film Board of Canada.
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.
Canadian independent animation director details the making of her award-winning feature telling the story of a naïve young woman of mixed descent who travels abroad to a poetry festival in Iran.
In which Chris Robinson asks animators profound and inane questions that have little to do with animation. Today's guest is Michael Fukushima, Executive Producer of the English Animation Studio at the National Film Board of Canada.
Scheduled for July 29th, the 11th Annual TAIS Animation Showcase screens the best in independent Canadian and international animated short films, the results of the 2017 Anijam competition and a new interactive VR work by artist Zeesy Powers.
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.
Vancouver filmmaker Ann Marie Fleming’s ‘Window Horses: The Poetic Persian Epiphany of Rosie Ming’ premieres February 2 & 4 at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival.
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.
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.
The Academy invites 26 new members to join the Short Films and Feature Animation branch; 23 new members are invited to join the Visual Effects branch.
Taking place June 16 – 19, the 26th annual Society for Animation Studies conference brings together over 100 researchers and participants from around the world.
Chris Robinson’s candid interview with the longtime producer, hard at work charting a new studio course in an increasingly digital world.