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The Clockmakers

Renaud Hallée’s The Clockmakers Premieres on NFB.ca

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Recently, we launched the most recent animated film by Renaud Hallée, the Montréal filmmaker who’s been making waves on Vimeo. Titled The Clockmakers, this experimental short produced by the NFB’s Marc Bertrand sweeps us into a vast and enthralling cogs and wheels mechanism where notions of right side up and upside down no longer hold. more »

The Clockmakers

Renaud Hallé’s The Clockmakers Premieres on NFB.ca

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Recently, we launched the most recent animated film by Renaud Hallée, the Montréal filmmaker who’s been making waves on Vimeo. Titled The Clockmakers, this experimental short produced by the NFB’s Marc Bertrand sweeps us into a vast and enthralling cogs and wheels mechanism where notions of right side up and upside down no longer hold. more »

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Be a member of the jury for the NFB Short Film Online Contest – Cannes 2011

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The Online Short Film Contest is a short film competition organized by the NFB in association with the Cannes Film Festival and YouTube. It features 10 short films previously selected from over a thousand entries in the Short Film Corner, Cannes’ venue for filmmakers from 80 countries around the world. The winner – determined by more »

Andrea Dorfman on How To Be Alone

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Earlier this week, an interesting video called How To Be Alone popped up in my Facebook feed. I loved it instantly and recognized something familiar about the style of animation. It turns out it was done by Andrea Dorfman, the filmmaker behind Flawed, which happens to be one of my favourite NFB productions from the more »

One Day On Earth: Help Document the World’s Story on 10/10/10

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If you only had one day to document the world, what story would you tell? This is the question the One Day on Earth project would like you to ponder and answer on October 10, 2010 (10/10/10) – whoever you are, wherever you are and with whatever camera you can lay hands on. On October more »

So what’s up with the NFB premiering a film on YouTube in the US?

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One of the most exciting things happening at SXSW this week is the launch of a new music doc we have coming out about the brilliant Montreal musician and artist, Socalled. Why is this exciting? We’ve launched films at SXSW and other major film festivals before – but this is different because instead of launching more »

12-year-old reviews NFB iPhone app on YouTube

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This morning, we’re loving this very thorough review of our iPhone app by Max, the enterprising young host of App Store Reviewers. Jump to about 1:50 to see his review, where he calls the app “amazing” and “wicked”. Thanks, Max!

How we use Social Media

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Why does the NFB use social media? We just want people to know about our films. What is our Social Media strategy? Not so much of a “strategy”, really… We just talk about films through 4 channels: Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and blogs. Of course we talk about our films – but we also talk about more »