How an insistence on a complicated solution led animator Kathleen Weldon to a magical result with her Hothouse 10 rollercoaster.
Posts Tagged ‘emerging filmmakers’
Immersed in poetry, art, NFB culture, and Hothouse 10, stop-motion animator Frances Adair Mckenzie thinks deeply.
Windows that don’t open are the bane of Hothouse 10 animator Benjamín Mugica.
Stop-motion animator Alexandra Lemay dissects her Hothouse 10 creative process, and regrets that twelve weeks flew by so quickly.
It’s not a greenhouse, but Mexican animator Esteban Azuela discovers Hothouse 10 is even better!
Delight in animator Alex Boya’s focused stream-of-consciousness creative process in Hothouse 10.
Animator Steph Braithwaite takes a wild ride in Hothouse 10, and lives to tell us about it! This post is part of the “I can see the finish line” posts by this year’s Hothouse gang.
Meet the 8 emerging animators who will immerse themselves in our 12-week paid apprenticeship in hands-on animation. Who will make what—and how?!
After a stunning crop of entries for this year’s edition of Hothouse (entitled Sheep Dreams), we’re thrilled to present the 6 filmmakers who will be joining us in Montreal for the intensive 12-week program. Rosa Aiello is interested in the various types of infinity, chaos, and complex systems, and how they might manifest in narrative more »
After the “Stories From Our Land” Iqaluit Workshop last year and “Stories From Our Land 1.5: Stories without Words” – a short film program where 6 Nunavut filmmakers made 5 minute films without interviews or narration, the NFB and the Nunavut Film Development Corporation are once again joining forces to create a new short film more »
imagineNATIVE is an “international Festival that celebrates the latest works by Indigenous peoples at the forefront of innovation in film, video, radio and new media”. This year marks its 12th edition. From October 19-23, 2011 in Toronto, Canada, the Festival will present a selection of distinctive Indigenous works from Canada and around the globe – more »
This post was written by one of the young women participating in the 2011 Kris Anderson DOXA Youth Connexions Forum, as part of the DOXA Documentary Film Festival. “Connexions” is an immersive 2-week program where 6 selected emerging female filmmakers create 6 short films in 6 days, while also connecting with industry professionals & checking more »