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Posts Tagged ‘Chris Landreth’
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From October 28 to November 30, Get Animated! on NFB.ca Animation lovers rejoice: our annual animation celebration is back. Celebrating International Animation Day (October 28), Get Animated! returns with a vengeance this year with a full month of free animation including premieres, new releases and more. For the 2013 edition, we decided to try something more »
* This post was written by Hothouse 9 intern, Paloma Dawkins. So this past weekend was the Ottawa International Animation Festival, and me and most of the Hothouse 9 crew were able to go. (Kyler stuck around Montreal and ran a marathon, which he finished in 4 hours, YAY). FRIDAY I hitched a ride with more »
The following is a guest post from Oscar®-winning filmmaker Chris Landreth about his upcoming release, Subconscious Password. *** Subconscious Password, my latest short film, travels to the inner mind of a fellow named Charles Langford, as he struggles to remember the name of his friend at a party. In his subconscious, he encounters a game more »
The Web site for Chris Landreth’s new film, The Spine, is now live. To make the film, writer/director Chris Landreth joined forces once again with producers Steve Hoban, Mark Smith and Marcy Page. This is the same creative team behind Landreth’s film Ryan, which was the 2004 Oscar® winner for best animated short. The Spine more »