In some ways, The Physics of Sorrow is a culmination of Theodore Ushev’s work to date. It’s an epic, pained and deeply personal musing on the wounds of a generation of people in exile—not from their homeland but from themselves.
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As the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) winds to a close, we've got 5 more classic NFB films that appeared at the festival for you to watch free!
Discover three short NFB films that will certainly put you in a Denis Villeneuve inspired headspace for his upcoming film, Blade Runner 2049.
The idea that animation can serve as a vehicle for important public messages is embedded in the very foundations of the NFB animation tradition. Back in 1941, when John Grierson...
Here are 10 NFB artists that you’ll definitely want to follow on social media to liven up your own timeline.
Catch a free stream of Theodore Ushev's Oscar®-nominated short Blind Vaysha on NFB.ca from February 19-26, 2017. (Canada only.)
Discover Naked Island, a series of 14 new super-short and incisive films that expose the dark underbelly of modern-day society.
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.
* This is a translated guest post by French Animation Studio executive producer Julie Roy. Read the original French post here. I have been participating in the Annecy International Animation Film...
If you're an animation enthusiast craving films, enjoy a selection of 5 animated films that you can download for just $0.99 each!
Check out the Fall 2015 NFB Film Club selection, with films available for FREE public screening at public libraries nationwide. There's something for everyone!
Experience the talent, provocation, and iconoclasm in award-winning animator Theodore Ushev's work, as he prepares for a live-work residency in Quebec City.