Canada’s National Film Board Gets Animated
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Daniel Janke's How People Got Fire

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In celebration of International Animation Day and the National Film Board of Canada’s 70th anniversary, the NFB is launching Get Animated! – a series of free public screenings running from October 23–31, 2009 in 13 communities across Canada. The NFB’s Get Animated! website will also offer exclusive animation programming from October 8, 2009.

The NFB’s third edition of Get Animated! will showcase amazing new creations for all ages from its Oscar-winning animation studios in two programs: Animation Feast and the NFB Family Program. The Family Program  also features special presentations by acclaimed filmmakers Chris Landreth and Cordell Barker, as well as hands-on animation workshops for all ages. The NFB’s new 2-disc set Animation Express, a dazzling collection of films by today’s animation innovators, will also be on sale at screening venues.
For full details of the screenings and workshops, check the website.

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