Always dreamed of making your own short animation film at the NFB? This is your chance. If you are an emerging (young or not-so-young) Canadian filmmaker or artist intrigued by animation art with interesting ideas and some experience in animation filmmaking or a related field (like say, fine arts, graphic design or computational arts), the more »
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NFB animation producer Julie Roy looks at how women have fared in the animation world, both here at the NFB and in the industry at large.
Are you an Indigenous artist involved in film, video, radio or new media? If so, here’s your chance to get your work seen in an international festival. Until June 1, the imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival is calling for submissions for its 2012 edition, and your piece could be part of it. Each year, more »
Films, like food, are one of those things that are almost as nice to take in as they are to read about (as opposed to say, falling in love or winning the lotto.)
The following is a guest post by Jason Lee. A fresh new crop of filmmakers from across Canada were selected this past week from a pool of over 140 applications: Aimée van Drimmelen (Qu’appelle Valley, Saskatchewan) Andrew Hicks (Halifax, Nova Scotia) Candace Couse (Calgary, Alberta) Eva Cvijanovic (Montreal, Quebec) Paula Gillgannon (Montreal, Quebec) Tabitha Fisher more »
Blogger Julie Matlin tries to answer the question, “What makes a great documentary?”