Remember when NFB projectionists used to travel from church basement to church basement, showing NFB films and newsreels? Well, we’re back, but we won’t be bringing film strips this time. Instead, we’re putting together a team of educators who will trek from city to city, town to town, to show you how you can use more »
Posts Tagged ‘workshops’
It was with much excitement and curiosity that fellow workshop facilitator Gilles Roy and I left Toronto and Montreal, respectively, embarking on a journey of two flights, one car trip and one ferry ride before finally arriving on Fogo Island, Newfoundland. We had been asked to teach animation and documentary workshops to three different high more »
Fogo Island Workshops by ONFB, National Film Board of Canada In June 2010, the NFB returned to Fogo Island to celebrate the opening of a new e-cinema and to establish an artist-in-residency program on the island. In addition, we also led some media literacy workshops for the island’s youth. This post was written by Ashley more »
On September 24 & 25, vanarts will be presenting a Masterclass in Animation and Story Development, led by story artist Matthew Luhn and animator Andrew Gordon, both from Pixar Animation Studios. How cool is this? This class has toured the world, and the Vancouver stop is 1 of only 2 North American stops in 2010. more »
The following is a guest post by Tanya Koivusalo. The weather is warming up, and people in Toronto are starting to venture outside again — summer is definitely on the way! This can only mean one thing – the NFB Mediatheque’s summer animation camps are right around the corner. The Mediatheque offers five week-long sessions, more »
The following is a guest post by Tanya Koivusalo. On Tuesday evening, a group of film buffs and aspiring filmmakers took film into their own hands, literally, at the NFB Mediatheque. They were participants in the free adult animation workshop that was offered in partnership with the Images Festival, and they faced the challenge of more »
In Toronto? Spend March Break at the Toronto Mediatheque.