Resources for teachers
For many years, the NFB has offered a wide variety of teaching tools linked to curriculums from primary school through college level, so that both teachers and their students can enjoy an enriching, entertaining multimedia experience. We offer you today 4 main...
This is a guest post written by Anne Koizumi and Fouad Sassi, Education Specialists and Workshop Facilitators at the National Film Board of Canada in Montreal, QC.
On September 19, NFB Education Specialists Fouad Sassi and Anne Koizumi filled a mini-van with NFB animation equipment...
Norman McLaren’s Neighbours is probably the most well-known National Film Board production of all time. How it came to be so famous is a fascinating story.
McLaren got the idea to make the film as a parable on war after a trip to China with...
The following is a guest post by Gregory Labute.
After years of being a software developer specializing in tools for animation, I finally get to see first hand what all the fuss is about. I am currently in the thick of Hothouse 6 - writing,...
In keeping with the whole animation theme, I'm going to point you towards Chris Landreth's blog this week. For those of you unfamiliar with Chris' work, he's the animator/director behind Ryan and The Spine.
The Spine has a really cool website, with a a lot...
This is Part 2 of a 3-part interview with Animation Studio producer Michael Fukushima. To read Part 1 of the interview, click here. The third installment will be published on Monday, July 20.
In this installment, Michael talks about working with emerging filmmakers, the types...