Judith Gruber-Stitzer riffs on the infinite pleasures of composing for auteur animation.
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Requiem in ice: Ottawa animator Chris Dainty remembers artist Shannon Jamieson.
This week on NFB Pause, we introduce you to Randall Finnerty and Eloi Champagne, two of the technical wizards in our animation department.
With Deyzangeroo, now available online, filmmaker Ehsan Gharib infuses ancient Iranian lunar ritual with powerful new resonance in awesome animation.
Discover Caterpillarplasty, a mesmerizing and meticulously crafted tale of body modification, medical technology and transcendence by David Barlow-Krelina.
The little-known story of Alberta’s Black pioneers, a darkly entertaining animation about the Hudson’s Bay Company and an interactive story shot in Cambodia are among projects currently in the works...
Alexandra Lemay has a full line of creative hats in her artistic wardrobe — but ‘art director’ is one she wears with particular style and confidence. Currently at work on...
Emerging director Christopher Auchter plunges us into a mythic watery underworld in The Mountain of SGaana, an animated short that's just completed postproduction in the BC & Yukon Studio.
An autodidact who’s as adept in cinema as she is in comix or game design, Dawkins is part of a young posse that’s joyously shaking things up at the NFB Animation Studio.
Autumn is film festival season in Canada and the NFB English Program is embarking on the busy fall circuit with over a dozen new releases.
Jeff Johnston comes to film music as one of Canada’s most accomplished jazz pianists. In a career that spans over 25 years, he’s played with some of the biggest names in jazz – Kenny Wheeler, Sheila Jordan, Archie Shepp, Slide Hampton and a host of other luminaries.
Few artists mine family lore with such aplomb as NFB animator Torill Kove. Her first short My Grandmother Ironed the King’s Shirts, a fond and finely wrought tribute to her...