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In her autobiographical film, Regina Pessoa expands her repertoire, introducing object animation and wall drawings alongside hand-drawn animation.
For his new film, acclaimed animator Theodore Ushev adopted a style of painting pioneered by Egyptians thousands of years ago.
A good technical director, according to Champagne, finds creative solutions to technical problems, and technical solutions to creative problems.
Canadian animator Chris Dainty walks us through the complex production process of his new NFB short.
The 2019 BAFTA award for best British short animation.
Over 250 National Film Board of Canada directors have revolted against the organization, claiming it spends less than 20% of its budget on production.
“If you have an idea for a short that involves story, for God’s sake don’t do it in vr.”
A hot young plumber, Toomas, breaks into the harmonious life of Manivald and his retired mother.
Just in time for Mother’s Day…
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.