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*NFB (National Film Board of Canada) Presents Get Animated!, An Online Showcase of Free Shorts*



NFB has always been a great supporter of independent film! :)




"The Get Animated! website also includes spotlights on two filmmakers?Theodore Ushev and Chris Landreth?whose films, "Gloria Victoria" and "Subconscious Password" respectively, are considered strong Oscar contenders this fall. The spotlight features not only their earlier films, but shorts by other filmmakers that Ushev and Landreth admire."


(available only From October 28 to November 30)


Edited by: mr6666 on Oct 29, 2013 6:09 PM

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Nickelodeon Started A Facebook Page To Premiere Never-Before-Seen Shorts-


"The studio quietly launched a Facebook page a few days ago where they’re sharing some recent productions. So far they’ve released four never-before-seen shorts on the page:.....


Nick also posted a sizzle reel (below) that hints at plenty of other shorts. It’s not clear how much they plan to drop onto the Facebook platform, but here’s hoping there’s more to come. Releasing content online is among the most efficient ways for entertainment conglomerates to gauge public reaction and learn what viewers actually like, not to mention cutting through the bureaucracy that often prevents the best ideas from rising to the top....


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"The National Film Board of Canada, known for its classy and artistic animated films, revealed a different side of itself today with the launch of Naked Island, a series of 14 micro-shorts that it describes as “public service alerts for a new era.”


The shorts, all of which can be seen on Vimeo, use animation and an ironic commercial format to make pithy comments on various aspects of contemporary society, from protesting to global warming to virtual reality....


Each filmmaker was given the freedom to address topics using their own style and voice, and the eclectic results brim with energy and vitality. The films are designed to provoke discussion, and some of them, like Protest, may offend more delicate viewers.


...There has always been a strong undercurrent of social issues addressed through satire in the government-run studio’s work, but now the NFB has combined it with an internet-friendly ultra-short format that allows its work to be discovered by a younger generation of viewers. I hope they continue down this path, and keep experimenting with animation in varying formats and lengths.


Here is the complete list of films and filmmakers:....





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“After 500 years, Martin Luther finally gets his own animated film. A completely and utterly accurate history lesson about Martin Luther. The film was produced on the occasion of the 500-year anniversary of the church reformation.”

Directed by Magnus I. Moller for Tumblehead Animation Studio, Denmark. Animation by Mette Tange..........



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“Makoto is doing his best to raise his 7 years old son Kazuki. Despite his best intentions, the violence that was once his life comes back to bite him, and he will have no choice but to face it, before the eyes of his son, who he always tried to protect.”


Graduation film by Samuel Klughertz, Alix Arrault, Jules Rigolle, and Martin Hurmane made Gobelins (France, 2017). (English subtitles available.).......



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