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*The following is a translation. Read the French original here. Behind every work lies at least one source of inspiration – art that comes from a specific time and place, evoking an era or a style. Sometimes artists are influenced by artistic movements, by particular techniques, or by the work of other artists. Writer Jean more »
May 13th marks the 76th anniversary of the birth of experimental filmmaker Arthur Lipsett. I thought it appropriate to talk about his films and why they have become such cult classics. I could easily write a 200-page book on his oeuvre, so instead of attempting to cover everything I am going to limit myself to more »
Because it’s the end of the year and because we love lists at the NFB, I wanted to tell to you about this year’s Top 10 Canadian Films. Put together by the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) team since 2001, this list celebrates Canadian cinema and gives the public a chance to see some of more »
This year, we’ve got 6 films in competition at the Hiroshima Animation Film Festival, which takes place from August 7 – 11. As an added bonus, Theodore Ushev (Lipsett Diaries, Drux Flux) will be blogging from the festival on the Lipsett Diaries blog. The films in competition this year are: Drux Flux by Theodore Ushev, more »