Posts Tagged ‘waterlife’


Welcome to Pine Point wins 2 Webby Awards


On Monday, The Goggles (Mike Simons and Paul Shoebridge) were named double Webby Award winners for Welcome to Pine Point, their first-ever interactive web documentary. The Vancouver creative duo received a Webby for Documentary: Individual Episode in the Online Film & Video category, and another for Netart, in the Websites category. Informally known as the more »

17 NFB nominations for the 25th Annual Gemini Awards


The Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television recently announced its nominations for the 25th Annual Gemini Awards and the NFB obtained a whopping 17 nominations. Yippee! Nine distinct productions made the list and 2 of them, Reel Injun and Wapos Bay garnered 4 and 5 nominations respectively. The Gemini Awards, which recognize the best in more »

Waterlife and the NFB Films iPhone App nominated for 2010 Webby Awards


The NFB’s iPhone App has been nominated for a Webby Award in the category of Mobile Web/Best Use of Mobile Video and Waterlife has been nominated in 3 categories: Society/Education, Media/Movie and Film and Society/Green. The Webbys are one of the few major awards that invite the public to participate in the voting process. This more »

Waterlife wins SXSW Interactive Award


Waterlife (Trailer) by Kevin McMahon, National Film Board of Canada Waterlife, an interactive web project based on Kevin McMahon’s award-winning film, won the SXSW Interactive Award in the Activism category. The category honours green and non-profit websites that strive to make the world a better place.  The winners were announced last night. Congratulations to the more »


Vote online for Waterlife Interactive at SXSW


Have you seen our Waterlife Interactive site? Check it out and if you like what you see, vote for it at this year’s SXSW People’s Choice Awards. The site is nominated for a SXSW Interactive Award (Activism) and as such is eligible for the Peoples’ Choice Award. You don’t need to be going to SXSW more »

The NFB wins at the Canadian New Media Awards


The NFB was honoured this week with two awards at the Canadian New Media Awards which celebrates accomplishments of individuals and companies in the Canadian digital media industry. The NFB was also awarded the 2009 Applied Arts Magazine Interactive Award. – the NFB’s online screening room won “Best Online Video Portal”. This award was more »