The Montreal-based animator is accruing recognition for animated films that make audiences think and feel across geographical boundaries.
‘The Wanted 18’ mashes animation, interviews, reenactments, and archival footage into a 75-minute absurdity chronicling the true story of 18 cows-at-large.
The great Dutch shorts director turns 75 years old today and he’s not slowing down one bit.
‘Way to Go’ is an interactive film experience that almost feels like you’re playing a video game.
Will Santa be able to get through a contemporary chimney on the flat-roofed home of architects?
The National Film Board of Canada premiered its Oscar-shortlisted and Annie-nominated film “Me and My Moulton” on the Internet this afternoon. The catch is that the film will only be available to view for 48 hours.
A common social gaffe—forgetting somebody’s name—is the starting point for a mind-bending romp through the unconscious.
Tomorrow night in Manhattan, the National Film Board of Canada will present its latest films.
Veteran Polish filmmaker Piotr Dumala won the short film grand prize for “Hipopotamy” at the Ottawa International Animation Festival, which wrapped up its 2014 edition yesterday.
Any reason to celebrate the National Film Board of Canada is a good one; the NFB is a model for government-funded arts organizations, both in the freedom granted its filmmakers and its long string of successes.