Afterlife (film)
Afterlife is a 1978 animated short by Ishu Patel that takes an impressionistic look at life after death, based on recent studies, case histories and myths. In the film, the afterlife state is portraye...
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La Salla
La Salla is a 1996 computer animated short by Richard Condie, produced in Winnipeg by the National Film Board of Canada.The film is a farcical comic opera, with a libretto written by Condie and trans...
Tower Bawher
Tower Bawher is a 2005 constructivist-style abstract animated short by Theodore Ushev, set to the musical composition "Time, Forward!" by Russian composer Georgy Sviridov.The film's title is an allusi...
How Death Came to Earth
How Death Came to Earth is a 14 minute cutout animation film by Ishu Patel produced in 1971 by the National Film Board of Canada. The film deals with an Indian myth of creation, and is notable for i...
The Black Fly Song
"The Black Fly Song" is a song by Wade Hemsworth, written in 1949, about working in the wilds of Northern Ontario. It is an enduring classic of Canadian folk music, covered by a variety of other artis...
Drux Flux
Drux Flux is a 2008 animated short by Theodore Ushev, inspired by Herbert Marcuse’s treatise One-Dimensional Man.A film without words, Drux Flux uses figurative and abstract imagery to portray people ...
Bully Dance
Bully Dance (French: La danse des brutes) is a 2000 animated short film by Janet Perlman about bullying. In this 10-minute short film without words, a community is disrupted when a bully victimizes a ...
The Necktie
The Necktie (French: ''Le noeud cravate'') is a 2008 animated short by Jean-François Lévesque about a man with a dreary job who rediscovers his old accordion at age 40, and with it, his joy for li...
The Cat Came Back (1988 film)
The Cat Came Back is a 1988 animated film by Canadian director Cordell Barker, produced by fellow award-winning Winnipeg animator Richard Condie. Based on the children's song "The Cat Came Back", it ...
Dimanche (film)
Dimanche (English: Sunday) is a Canadian animated short film by Patrick Doyon. The film debuted at the Berlin International Film Festival in February 2011 and online on January 5, 2012.Dimanche is th...
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What on Earth!
What on Earth! (French: La Terre est habitée!) is a 1966 National Film Board of Canada animated short co-directed by Les Drew and Kaj Pindal, which takes a humorous look at car culture from the point...
Balablok
Balablok is a 1972 animated short written and directed by Břetislav Pojar exploring the human propensity for resorting to violence over reason. Produced by René Jodoin for the National Film Board of C...
Bla Bla
BLA BLA is an interactive animated film for computer created by Vincent Morisset with Montreal studio AATOAA, and produced by the National Film Board of Canada. The online work has been described as ...
Falling in Love Again (2003 film)
Falling in Love Again is an animated stereoscopic 3D Film, set to the song Falling in Love Again (Can't Help It) as sung by Marlene Dietrich. It was created by Munro Ferguson at the National Film Boar...
Strings (1991 film)
Strings is a 1991 Canadian paint-on-glass animation short film by Wendy Tilby, produced by the National Film Board of Canada.The 10 min. 23 sec. animated short simultaneously follows a woman preparing...
Special Delivery (1978 film)
Special Delivery (French: Livraison spéciale) is a 1978 animated short film made at the National Film Board of Canada which won the Academy Award for Animated Short Film as well as first prize at...
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The Spine (film)
The Spine is a 2009 animated short by Chris Landreth about a married dysfunctional couple, created in Landreth's "psycho realist" style, in which characters' mental states are reflected in their phys...
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Walking (film)
Walking is a 1968 Canadian animated short film directed and produced by Ryan Larkin for the National Film Board of Canada, composed of animated vignettes of how different people walk.Following Larkin...
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Street Musique
Street Musique is an animated short film by Ryan Larkin produced by the National Film Board of Canada (NFB) and released in 1972. It is a line animation of "music as performance", in which actions of...
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Neighbours (film)
Neighbour, Neighbor, Neighbours, or Neighbors, may refer to: