Canadian filmmaker Matthew Rankin explores local, national, and international history with an eccentric and deadpan touch that is refreshingly and genuinely loving.
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Roy is a former executive producer of the French Animation Studio at the National Film Board of Canada.
Using Giphy, Boya is baking up an expanded universe called ‘The Mill’ to generate interest in a short film and/or series.
Over a seven-decade career, Potterton worked with a who’s who of the art form: John Halas, George Dunning, Richard Williams, Norman McLaren, and Bob Godfrey, among others.
Gagnon was also an influential educator, teaching animation at Cégep du Vieux-Montréal for over two decades.
The awards will be presented over six days in early April, with animation categories announced on April 6.
Rob McLaughlin will lead the new Animation and Interactive Studio.
This year’s animated feature nominees were predictable. The short ones certainly weren’t.
With subtle colors and rich imagery, the film tells a tale of love and separation in the wake of the Vietnam War.
Extraterrestrial love, wartime trauma, the pains of becoming an adult: what will catch voters’ attention?
Meet the extraordinary duo behind Beryl, one of auteur animation’s most beloved characters.
Have you ever given a brain massage before?
Pajek’s new short will world premiere this month at the Ottawa Int’l Animation Festival.
Drouin was known for the striking shorts he made at the National Film Board of Canada, such as “Mindscape” and “Imprints.”
You know, when I was a boy, I fell in love with the Virgin Mary. It happened in a little Bavarian town called Altötting.
Joanna Quinn’s new film “Affairs of the Art” took years to make, but that was a reward in itself: “It was like an extended college, and I felt I was learning new things about animation, drawing, and direction all the time.”
Fukushima, who has retired, served as executive producer of the English Animation Studio for more than seven years.
Existential and spiritual themes run through all four films: “The Great Malaise,” “I, Barnabé,” “Altötting,” and “4 North A.”
At Montreal’s Les Sommets festival last week, two veteran managers of awards campaigns spoke about their work. Here are our key takeaways.
Noël will help implement the NFB’s 2020–2023 Strategic Plan, which the organization stresses will give more agency to creators.