Today I’ll be looking back at the works of Claude Cloutier, a virtuoso illustrator who uses a traditional animation technique—drawings on paper in India ink—but whose imagined worlds are anything but conventional.
Posts Tagged “Animation”
An internationalist impulse has fuelled NFB animation from the get-go, instilled at the outset by Norman McLaren, the cosmopolitan and wildly inventive young Scot who founded the tradition back in...
Judith Gruber-Stitzer riffs on the infinite pleasures of composing for auteur animation.
Teaching puberty is hard, even in the best circumstances. We've put together 4 films to help facilitate the conversation.
50 years after Bill C-150, five LGBTQ2+ artists reflect on contemporary queer life.
Through the combined efforts of the Cinémathèque québécoise and the NFB, with support from the University of Notre Dame, an animated film once thought lost—Gertie, by Winsor McCay—has been brought back to life, adding a new page to the history of animation.
It was a fine day in Masset: August 22, 1969. For the first time in living memory a traditional totem pole was being raised in the community. Surrounded by their...
For decades, the NFB has been at the forefront of innovation in cinema. Now, we're excited to introduce an all new experimentation lab: NFB/ONFxp.
This week on NFB Pause, we introduce you to Randall Finnerty and Eloi Champagne, two of the technical wizards in our animation department.
This week on NFB.ca, we explored Black History through five different films. From animation to documentary, there's something for all ages.
This week on NFB.ca, we explore the funny in film with two animated shorts that are guaranteed to put a smile on your face.
2018 ended on a high note for the NFB. Two NFB productions have made it onto TIFF’s prestigious Top Ten list — Patrick Bouchard’s masterful stop motion animation The Subject...