Every year at the Annie Awards in Los Angeles, the Hollywood chapter of the International Animated Film Association (ASIFA-Hollywood) presents the Winsor McCay Award in recognition of an individual’s career contributions to the art of animation. The 2024 winner is filmmaker and producer Marcy Page, who spent many years at the National Film Board.
Posts Tagged “Bully Dance”
This blog post touches on how we as educators must continue the conversation surrounding the ramifications of bullying, using the National Film Board as a supporting resource and reference.
Looking to supplement your anti-bullying lessons for Pink Shirt Day, and beyond? Discover educational resources for films like Bully Dance, Tales of Ordinary Fatphobia and Star Wars Kid: The Rise of the Digital Shadows. Appropriate for all age levels.
Judith Gruber-Stitzer riffs on the infinite pleasures of composing for auteur animation.
This winter, the NFB Film Club is offering you a rich selection of both short and feature-length films, including several newly released docs.
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.
Is it possible to stop bullying with drawing? Having witnessed and been the victim of bullying, Odile Désaulniers decided to take a unique and original approach using stop motion animation,...
Day of Pink (April 13, 2011) is the International Day Against Bullying, Discrimination and Homophobia in schools and communities. On social networks this week, I’ve been reading about how children...