Here we feature updates, tips, and other useful information for creators in the film and media industries, including interviews with practitioners and discussion of emerging technologies, forms, and audiences.
Learn more about Kyma, a new immersive projection experience created by Philippe Baylaucq for the Montreal Planetarium.
Here at the NFB, we’re fortunate to work with talented artists who, day in day out, create strong characters and magical universes in the studio. While it is always fun to watch...
The first time I ever visited the NFB was during my days as a film student, to see the sound mix of the film The Age of Invention. I was...
Are you looking to create your own interactive team? Check out the NFB recipe for a perfect interactive team.
Get to know animator-in-residence Janet Perlman as she works on a live, unscripted animation project at Les Musées de la civilisation à Québec. This Q&A is a first-hand account of the work and creativity of an Oscar-nominated artist.
Get inspired: you're gonna start animating! Send friends and family unique, heartfelt greetings through short, shareable animated videos made with our incredibly easy-to-use apps.
Get a behind-the-scenes look at the NFB Oscar-nominated documentary High Grass Circus, on the Royal Brothers Tent Circus that toured Canada in the 1970s.
The tenth annual edition of this 12-week full-time apprenticeship for emerging animators is now underway. Get all the details about the call for proposals here. Animators: start your engines!
Streaming for free in Canada only on NFB.ca: our new short animation 54 Hours, which depicts the harrowing 1914 sealing disaster. The writer of the film, Michael Crummey, discusses the project's inception here.
Take a tour through our new and improved stop-motion animation app for iPad, StopMo Studio. Stunning and fun homemade animation is now at your fingertips!
Join acclaimed animator Cordell Barker as he tinkers in the studio with his new stop-motion animation project.
Find out how this biting socio-political satire came to be, straight from filmmaker Mark Sandiford.