The concept of time is a constant presence in our lives. Presented in no particular chronological order, enjoy 3 films you can waste some time with.
Posts Tagged “Claude Cloutier”
100th anniversary of Vimy Ridge | Reflect on the price of war with these incredible stills from Claude Cloutier's short animation The Trenches (2010).
Just in time for the holidays, award-winning animator and illustrator Claude Cloutier (Sleeping Betty, The Trenches) has unveiled 5 gifs inspired by his latest short film, Carface. oehttps://www.nfb.ca/film/carface/trailer/carface_trailer A biting musical-comedy satire about...
If you're an animation enthusiast craving films, enjoy a selection of 5 animated films that you can download for just $0.99 each!
Commemorate Remembrance Day with a selection of 5 films that cover the unknown stories from the First and Second World Wars and Afghanistan.
'Tis the season. We can no longer run or hide, nor avoid by blasting away our symptoms with copious amounts of vitamin C and echinacea. We really need to face the facts... It's cold and flu season.
Alice in Wonderland turns 150 this year. Mark the occasion with 5 trippy films inspired by Lewis Carroll's world-famous masterpiece.
Enjoy an interview with award-winning cartoonist and filmmaker, Claude Cloutier, who just completed his 2 week Frame x Frame residency at the Musée de la civilisation in Quebec City.
Fairy tales have a way of inspiring all manner of creativity, and they’ve been enjoying a cinematic reimagining ever since Walt Disney put the finishing touches on Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs in 1937.
Commemorate Canada's National Child Day and the UN's Universal Children's Day with 5 films on the experiences, voices, and lives of youth around the world.
Going to Quebec City? Learn more about what's on offer at Frame x Frame: Animated Film at the NFB, a new exhibit at Les Musées de la civilisation à Québec.
The summer is drawing to a close and that means the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) is just around the corner. One of the world’s most happening film festivals (film critic Roger...