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Winner of the Canadian Screen Award for best animated short, “The Tesla World Light” makes its free online debut today.
Hundreds of classic animated films have been made in one of the most unlikely animation studios. Paul Driessen, Torill Kove, Jacques Drouin, Janet Perlman, and others share memories of the awkward but beloved NFB building.
“There are no experts in virtual reality,” says Corentin Lambot. “If someone says they are one, don’t believe them.”
In the second part of this exclusive series, we explore the production design of “Animal Behaviour,” “Bird Karma,” “Late Afternoon,” “Grandpa Walrus,” and “Weekends.”
Based on the classic story by Branko Ćopić, “Hedgehog’s Home” is a tale that reminds us there truly is no place like home.
Director and animator Luc Chamberland carries multiple notebooks wherever he goes. “There’s too much stuff happening in the head so I write it and write it and get it out.”
“Threads,” the new film from Oscar-winning animator Torill Kove, is now online.
Four animated projects are getting the spotlight at Cannes’ Directors’ Fortnight sidebar.
Four lesbians reveal the nitty-gritty about their first loves, and share their erotic and fumbling attempts at sexual expression.
This marks only the second time in the history of the award that an animated film has been nominated for the top prize.
“The more you learn about others, the more you deepen your understanding of yourself,” director Ann Marie Fleming tells Cartoon Brew about her quirky and enjoyable feature film debut, “Window Horses.”
Premiering today as part of the second season of CB Fest is I Am Here (Canada, 2016), an entrancing short that will lure you in with its …
Following big success on the festival circuit, Ann Marie Fleming’s quirky indie feature “Window Horses” is set for an Oscar-qualifying run.
Matthew Rankin’s new National Film Board of Canada film, “The Tesla World Light,” premiered today at Cannes. He spoke with us about his surreal and abstract project about a legendary scientist.
The National Film Board of Canada has launched a timely series of 14 shorts, describing them as “public service alerts for a new era.”
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.