Posts Tagged ‘Ann Marie Fleming’


Annecy 2016 | Michael Fukushima Explores Annecy!


The NFB’s Michael Fukushima, executive producer of the English program animation studio, was in France recently for the Annecy Festival, the world’s largest event devoted to animation. The NFB had a strong presence at the festival again this year with three short films (The Head Vanishes, by Franck Dion, Blind Vaysha, by Theodore Ushev and Mamie, by Janice Nadeau), and one feature film


Window Horses | Discover the NFB’s First Feature-Length Animation to Screen at Annecy in Almost 20 Years

“Window Horses hits all the things that are important to me: it’s pro-girl, pro-tolerance, pro-diversity and PRO-ART!!  My nieces are mixed race and it’s very important to me that they see themselves represented in this society.” — Sandra Oh This week, the NFB returns to the Annecy International Animation Film Festival with the world premiere of the feature

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Get Animated! 2015: Behind the Scenes With the People Making Future NFB Favourites

As we speak, NFB animators from coast to coast are hard at work creating films for you to enjoy in the near future. Amongst many exciting project currently gurgling in the pipelines, we’ve got: an incredibly savvy animator couple printing bones with a 3D printer (Bone Mother) Cordell Barker taking a break from drawing to offer a stop-motion


Pacific Animation: Three to Watch


Three. Count ‘em. It’s barely a year since Shirley Vercruysse assumed duties as executive producer of the Pacific & Yukon Studio, and she’s already stickhandling an ambitious troika of animated films into production — three distinct auteur projects, each nurtured and driven by a specific artistic sensibility. Haida artist adapts First Nations legend Myths are


Filmmaker Ann Marie Fleming on mentoring Hothouse animators


Hothouse is a 12-week paid apprenticeship program for emerging filmmakers that has been taking place in the NFB’s Montreal Animation Studio since 2003. Each year, a different filmmaker is chosen to mentor the participants through the project. This spring, 6 participants were given 3 months to produce a short animation film in stereoscopic-3D, and Ann Marie


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