Posts Tagged ‘National Film Board’

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Debris: Disaster Movie as Art


Beachcombing is both a job and a passion for Pete Clarkson. As a park ranger on the wild and beautiful outer coast of Vancouver Island, he’s been picking up marine debris for decades – and as an intertidal artist, he transforms it into joyous and light-hearted artwork. But since 2011 he’s been confronted with a


“Revenge is a Dead End”


With Grassroots in Drylands, a new feature doc from Quebec-Atlantic Studio, Helene Klodawsky goes to the Middle East — and returns with a welcome message of hope. The project brings her back to the region where she made her first feature doc in 1988 — Shoot and Cry, about a young Israeli conscript in the


Introducing the NFB’s Atlantic-Quebec Studio…


Find out how the NFB’s Atlantic-Quebec Studio is exactly like chocolate bark.

Big Drive

9 Acclaimed New NFB Films for Children and Youth, for Your Classroom and Library Collection


The American Library Association has selected the NFB animated films Big Drive, 55 Socks and Kali the Little Vampire for its 2013 list of Notable Children’s Videos. In addition, the Canadian Children’s Book Centre has included the NFB titles Big Mouth, A Sea Turtle Story, The Chocolate Farmer, Petra’s Poem, Pink Ribbons, Inc. and Surviving


Animation Open House at the NFB studio in Montreal on October 25


My Grandmother Ironed the King's Shirts by Torill Kove, National Film Board of Canada On Monday, October 25, the NFB will be hosting an Animation Open House. From 1 pm to 5 pm, the studio will open its doors to the public at our Montreal headquarters (3155 Cote de Liesse Road). The animation studios were