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3 films from the 2010 DOXA Connexions Youth Forum

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A few weeks back, we wrote about the DOXA Connexions Youth Forum with a promise to follow up when the participants’ films were completed. Well! The films are now all online. Without further ado, here are the first 3 films along with a brief bio and description by the filmmaker: C is for Choice Emily more »

Montrealers! Join us on June 30 for a free session on Financing Your Short Film!

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On June 30, up here at the NFB in Montreal, we’ll be hosting the last knowledge-sharing event of Hothouse 6. It’s a panel we’re calling “Financing Your Short Film!”, because yes, it is possible to finance short films in Canada…

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26 films on science for children

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This post originally appeared on our sister site, ONF.ca, and was translated into English. *** Marc Bertrand, a producer with the NFB’s French Program, looks back on the time he spent working on Science Please! with great fondness. It was his first job at the NFB, and he’d been given a clear mandate with 3 more »

13 short films by Aboriginal filmmakers for the 2010 Vancouver Winter Games

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The following is a guest post by animation producer Michael Fukushima. Vistas: Walk-in-the-Forest by Diane Obomsawin, National Film Board of Canada For better or worse (you choose your own side ’cause I’ve got mine), the Winter Olympics spectacle only comes around every four years and host nations pull out all the stops to showcase the more »

Ever wonder what it’s like to be 105 years old?

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Daniel Léger, a young filmmaker who took part in the Tremplin competition, enjoys success with his short film, A Sunday at 105.

WhoWeAre.ca

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A quick peek at WhoWeAre.ca, a web-based project intended to show the world what Canada’s made of.

The Cannes Short Film Corner – Vote Now!

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This is your chance to vote for your favourite short film. The winner will be announced on May 21 at the Happy Hour of the Short Film Corner at Cannes.

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