The fifteen shortlisted filmmakers for the Best Animated Short Academy Award talk about the visual development of their films.
The second in our three-part interview series with the shortlisted filmmakers for the Best Animated Short Academy Award.
The first in a three-part interview series with the shortlisted filmmakers for the Best Animated Short Academy Award.
Terril Calder, Marta Pajek, Amanda Forbis, and Wendy Tilby will participate in a digital roundtable hosted by the NFB and The Animation Showcase.
Two animated features will also screen at the prestigious Toronto film festival.
The Canadian duo uses relatable stories and characters to dive into chance encounters, random collisions, and the fragility of existence.
Terry Gilliam, Peter Chung, and Wendy Tilby and Amanda Forbis will be among the guests at the virtual festival, which takes place on April 5–11.
“I wasn’t sure what the film was about,” says Clapin, “and that hardly mattered to me.”
Over 250 National Film Board of Canada directors have revolted against the organization, claiming it spends less than 20% of its budget on production.
Canada’s publicly-funded film studio has pledged to commit half of its production budget to women filmmakers.
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