Ever wonder what a Foley artist does, or how they do their jobs so well? Discover some tricks of the trade on this edition of NFB Pause.
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.
A fun new tool aimed at closing the “orgasm gap,” Clit Me openly explores female sexual satisfaction, with the focus on the only organ designed exclusively for pleasure: the clitoris!
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.
This week on NFB Pause, we introduce you to Randall Finnerty and Eloi Champagne, two of the technical wizards in our animation department.
Skin for Skin is the latest outing for filmmakers Carol Beecher and Kevin Kurytnik. “We wanted to create a contemporary Canadian myth that went further than events and names and dates and numbers.“
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.”
In this edition of NFB Pause, we look at acclaimed Canadian author Joy Kogawa's new interactive, AR project, East of the Rockies.
After his brilliant portraits of adolescents (Guidelines) and the elderly (Journey’s End), Jean-François Caissy has gone on to explore the world of young adults joining the Canadian Armed Forces.