The third documentary by Gentille M. Assih was inspired by the courage of three immigrants who experienced intimate partner violence.
Author : Marie Mello
You can now “visit” the Parliament of Canada both virtually and online, thanks to a new co-production between the Library of Parliament and the NFB.
Produced by La Pastèque and the NFB in partnership with Télé-Québec, the web series The Great List of Everything is now online.
Regina Pessoa has been creating touching animated shorts based on her own childhood since 1999. Her new film, Uncle Thomas: Accounting for the Days, is also autobiographical.
The music for activist filmmaker Will Prosper’s fourth documentary, currently being completed at the NFB, was written by composer-performer Jenny Salgado, a.k.a. J-Kyll.
In 2016, Moïse Marcoux-Chabot moved with his family to Mont-Louis, Québec, to begin shooting a documentary on the Gaspé’s “alternative social safety net.”
Until March 31, 2019, the Canadian War Museum in Ottawa is presenting three original NFB works about World War I.
To make her feature documentary A Delicate Balance (released this fall), Christine Chevarie followed a group of children working tirelessly toward their dream of becoming professional dancers.
Prolific Norwegian-born filmmaker Torill Kove, winner of a 2007 Oscar for The Danish Poet, is back with Threads, an original metaphor for the strong bonds between parent and child.
As a 23-year-old art student, French filmmaker Justine Vuylsteker came across an animation technique that instantly intrigued her: the pinscreen.
After 12 months travelling the world and winning more than 30 awards on many different continents, Eva Cvijanović is clearly pleased with the reception her film « Hedgehog's Home » has received.
How did two programmers—one from Germany and the other from Denmark—team up to create a tool that bridges the gap between animation and virtual reality? Milan Grajetzki and Dario Seyb recently stopped by Montreal’s NFB studios to talk about how AnimVR came to be.