Posts Tagged ‘Gerry Flahive’

Highrise (2011-2014)

The world around us: watch 7 films about architecture and the built environment

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Join us on a cinematic tour through the history of humanity’s built environments—castles, pyramids, suburbs, skyscrapers—in 7 films about architecture.

A Short history of the Highrise, Highrise, interactive production, interactive documentary

Highrise | Tall Buildings, Short History

Gerry Flahive discusses the latest installment of the Emmy-award winning interactive documentary, Highrise. Directed by Katerina Cizek.

Herbert Norman

Cold War Intrigue: Producer Gerry Flahive Discusses The Man Who Might Have Been

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* This post was written by NFB producer Gerry Flahive It’s not every day you make Emperor Hirohito’s brother laugh. In the summer of 1997 I found myself, with director John Kramer, in Karuizawa, an upscale tourist town not far from Tokyo, on the grounds of the summer home of Prince Mikasa, a member of more »

One Millionth Tower

New HIGHRISE documentary takes form to new heights

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by Katerina Cizek I used to dislike highrise buildings. I would drive by them, without much thought, and dread the elevator when I actually had to go inside. These days, I spend most of my time thinking, living, breathing highrises. I’m the director of NFB’s Emmy-award winning HIGHRISE, and last week we launched our latest more »

David Verrall

Top 10 reasons David Verrall is leaving the NFB

As you may have read before on this blog, animation filmmaker and producer David Verrall has retired from the NFB after 34 fruitful years. Last week, friends and colleagues (including John Weldon, Chris Landreth, Sven Erik Eriksen, Bob Verrall, and many other distinguished guests) gathered in Montreal for David’s retirement party. Between stories, reminiscences and more »

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