The National Film Board of Canada has launched a timely series of 14 shorts, describing them as “public service alerts for a new era.”
National Film Board of Canada
Theo Ushev breaks down his creative process on the making of his latest thought-provoking short.
Franck Dion talks about the making of his poetic film “The Head Vanishes.”
An appreciation of Caroline Leaf’s powerful and significant film “Two Sisters,” a momentous celebration of the work of women’s hands.
“My Life As a Courgette” won both the Cristal and audience award for feature film at Annecy 2016.
Canada’s publicly-funded film studio has pledged to commit half of its production budget to women filmmakers.
Claude Cloutier explains the challenges of animating inanimate objects and shares never-before-seen drawings from throughout the filmmaking process.
Cordell Barker, the two-time Oscar-nominated director of “The Cat Came Back” and “Strange Invaders,” guides Cartoon Brew readers through the challenges of making a mixed-media animated short.
“The car is a tool of freedom, but it’s also destroying the planet,” says Claude Cloutier about the subject matter of his new animated short.
The Montreal-based animator is accruing recognition for animated films that make audiences think and feel across geographical boundaries.