Watch 10 NFB Films on Colour!
After slogging through months of slush then months of puddles, we’ve finally been bequeathed some beautiful weather. In honour of the summer (and flowers and foliage) we’ve waited so long for, enjoy 10 of the NFB’s most beautiful films on colour!
Travel through the cosmos and find yourself united with the universe with a film that’s a cheerful burst of colour.
CMKY is a subtractive color model that designers use in color printing. It refers to the four ink colours (cyan, magenta, yellow and key (aka black)).
Have you ever wanted to learn the Korean alphabet? Now’s your chance!
Begone Dull Care
Norman McLaren is no slouch when it comes to creativity, and his films are frenetic and timeless displays of colour.
Images and sound are synchronized in the truest sense of the word in McLaren’s vibrant and multicoloured animation.
ROY G BIV
ROY G BIV is the famous acronym for the sequence of colours in a rainbow (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet).
Rectangle & Rectangles
Geometric shapes bombard the screen in explosions of colour set to a electric drum beat.
Little Men of Chromagnon
Three little creatures emerge from a red, yellow, and blue circle to show you the primary colours and all their combinations.
Ishu Patel‘s Oscar®-nominated animation features a blackbird that’s envious of the Emperor’s brightly coloured songbird.
Notes on a Triangle
The primary colours perform a delightful geometric ballet for everyone to enjoy.