Posts written by Anne Koizumi
 

Anne Koizumi completed her undergraduate studies in Film Production at the University of British Columbia and her Masters in Film Production at York University in 2011. In 2006, she was invited by the National Film Board of Canada to participate in Hothouse 3, an animation intensive for emerging animators, where she completed her first professional film A Prairie Story. Anne has taught stop-motion animation workshops at the TIFF Bell Lightbox, Hospitals and Community Centres throughout Toronto, Quickdraw Animation Society in Calgary, Alberta and currently teaches animation and documentary workshops at the National Film Board of Canada.

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How to Turn Boredom into a Big Adventure: A Lesson Plan for Elementary Level Teachers

Education

What parent or teacher hasn’t heard that familiar lament of children everywhere: “I’m bored!” This NFB lesson plan accompanies a film about four sisters who were exactly that—bored—but who managed to turn their boredom into a big adventure. As a media arts educator, I was always looking for new films to capture the attention of more »

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NFB Educational Workshops: For the Love of Making Movies

Education

Educators have the opportunity to take their students on a field trip to the NFB Educational Workshop Spaces. Here, they will meet our team of experienced media and education specialists, who facilitate animation and documentary workshops for students of all ages in both Montreal and Toronto. We offer stop-motion animation, Norman McLaren animation, documentary and more »