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10 technologies that could revolutionize film

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I have a suspicion that my friend Stéphane Jolicoeur (Senior Internet Applications Analyst at the NFB) lives in the future. Not that he time travels like Marty McFly (although I wouldn’t be surprised if he had a DeLorean DMC-12 hidden away somewhere…), but he spends most of his free time surfing computing, design and future more »

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BLA BLA Under The Stars

This post was translated from French. A new installation at the exit of the Montreal Metro’s St-Laurent station is generating a lot of buzz among the city’s transit users. The open-air BLA BLA installation was designed specifically for this urban space, and opened May 17. It was created by director Vincent Morisset and his team: more »

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7 Webby Award nominations for NFB/interactive

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What do a bear, a parable on human language, a Northern reserve, and a brother in the army have in common? Why, they’re the subjects of the 4 NFB/interactive projects nominated for 2012 Webby Awards, of course! The Webby Awards, which people sometimes refer to as the “Oscars of the Web”, are international awards presented more »

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Introducing BLA BLA, a new interactive tale by Vincent Morisset

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Many of you were charmed by BLA BLA when it was released last week. This “film for computer” explores the principles of communication through six chapters in the life of an endearing character. I visited director Vincent Morisset in his studio yesterday afternoon to talk about how BLA BLA came to be, and about the more »

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NFB Interactive productions at SXSW

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The following is a guest post by Anne-Marie Lavigne. A look back at producer Hugues Sweeney’s live navigation session On March 16th, the interactive component of the very hot SXSW festival drew to a close. Each year, Austin, Texas welcomes the cream of industry professionals from far and wide for SXSW. Hugues Sweeney, French Program more »