A short documentary essay on solitude, filmed in Spanish and narrated by filmmaker Rosana Matecki, Saturday Night (2021) offers a poetic and bittersweet snapshot of aging in an urban setting, viewed through the lens of dance.
Posts Tagged “dance”
This week on NFB.ca we focused on the intersection between cinema and dance, using the former to explore the latter. Watch 5 films on the art of dance.
To make her feature documentary A Delicate Balance (released this fall), Christine Chevarie followed a group of children working tirelessly toward their dream of becoming professional dancers.
Learn more about Kyma, a new immersive projection experience created by Philippe Baylaucq for the Montreal Planetarium.
Got 15 minutes? Put them to good use and watch Atikamekw filmmaker Thérèse Ottawa's first film, Red Path, now streaming on NFB.ca.
Millennia later, Greek mythology continues to baffle, excite, and inspire us. Brush up on the ever-relevant myths of Oedipus, Icarus and Narcissus with these 3 modern interpretations of the old classics by NFB filmmakers.
Dance your worries away with these 5 NFB films that explore the powerful connection between music and the human body in motion.
This morning on the bus I found myself reading an argument by a Hindu scholar, somewhere online, about how some people are poets and others scientists. According to this man,...
The word is out: our brand-new dance film ORA will premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) this fall. We are very excited. A terrific collision between dance and...
Pas de Deux wasn’t the first Norman McLaren film I ever saw. Nor was it the film that tipped me into becoming an animation filmmaker. But when I finally did...