Posts Tagged ‘Mikrofilm’

Animation News: Sharp Shorts for a New Millennium

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The idea that animation can serve as a vehicle for important public messages is embedded in the very foundations of the NFB animation tradition. Back in 1941, when John Grierson hired his first staff animator, a gifted New York-based Scottish artist by the name of Norman McLaren, his most pressing assignment for the wildly inventive

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Ways of Seeing at the NFB: 5 to Watch in ’17

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Stay up-to-date with the NFB ‘s current production slate with these 5 titles to watch in 2017.

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The Thin Red Line: New Animation from Torill Kove

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Few artists mine family lore with such aplomb as NFB animator Torill Kove. Her first short My Grandmother Ironed the King’s Shirts, a fond and finely wrought tribute to her grandmother, earned an Oscar nomination along with a Special Prize from the 2000 Hiroshima International Animation Festival. A few years later she brought home an

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The Show of Shows Oscar® Tour Pt. 1

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Marcy Page’s vivid pictorial tale of the Me And My Moulton team on the Bay Area portion of the Show of Shows studio tour!

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Annie Awards: Torill’s First Red Carpet!

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Marcy Page’s and Torill Kove’s first pre-Oscar® Hollywood adventure, at the Annie Awards red carpet and after-event!

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Me and My Moulton - an Oscar nominee!

Announcing… Our 73rd Oscar® nominee! Watch “Me and My Moulton” for FREE now!

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We’ve just scored our 73rd Oscar nomination! Torill Kove’s “Me and My Moulton” is nominated in the Best Short Film (Animated) category. Watch the film NOW!

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Photo by Hélène Tanguay

Success Isn’t Everything, But It’s A Pretty Sweet Thing

Production

Find out why we’re so pleased by festivals success for Animation Studio films this autumn!

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