Posts Tagged ‘Japan’

Jours_de_pluie_blogue-header

New on NFB.ca | Watch Vladimir Leschiov’s Rainy Days

Films

Discover Vladimir Leschiov’s new animation Rainy Days, an atmospheric short about travel and personal memory, entirely drawn in ink and black tea.

MORE...
Herbert Norman

Cold War Intrigue: Producer Gerry Flahive Discusses The Man Who Might Have Been

Films

* This post was written by NFB producer Gerry Flahive It’s not every day you make Emperor Hirohito’s brother laugh. In the summer of 1997 I found myself, with director John Kramer, in Karuizawa, an upscale tourist town not far from Tokyo, on the grounds of the summer home of Prince Mikasa, a member of

MORE...
koji

NFB Producer Michael Fukushima on upcoming Koji Yamamura masterclass at the Toronto Mediatheque

EducationNews

The following is a guest post by Tanya Koivusalo. The NFB Mediatheque is thrilled to host a Masterclass and screening on November 13th to celebrate the work of Oscar®-nominated animator Koji Yamamura. He is the most successful auteur animation filmmaker in Japan today, and his work is internationally renowned. This special programme, co-curated by Michael

MORE...
baylaucq5

Get a glimpse of future technology – straight from Japan

News

Note: This post was taken from our French sister site, ONF.ca, and has been translated into English. Philippe Baylaucq is back from Tokyo, Japan, where he presented his film A Dream for Kabul at the Canadian Embassy. We asked him to give us his impressions of his trip. (Carolyne Weldon, ONF.ca) * * * The

MORE...

Filmmaker Philippe Baylaucq on screening A Dream for Kabul in Japan

FilmsNews

Note: This post was taken from our French sister site, ONF.ca, and has been translated into English. [Invalid Link] http://www.nfb.ca/film/a_dream_for_kabul_trailer/ Philippe Baylaucq is back from Tokyo, Japan, where he presented his film A Dream for Kabul at the Canadian Embassy. We asked him to give us his impressions of his trip. (Carolyne Weldon, ONF.ca) *

MORE...