An eclectic lineup from the NFB at the Annecy International Animation Film Festival. Janice Nadeau’s HARVEY in competition; Chris Lavis and Maciek Szczerbowski’s. La jeune fille qui pleurait des perles in the Work in Progress program.

The National Film Board of Canada is returning to the prestigious Annecy International Animation Film Festival with a very diverse slate of films, including works by or about festival mainstays Janice Nadeau, Chris Lavis and Maciek Szczerbowski, Theodore Ushev and Diane Obomsawin. Taking place this year from June 11 to 17, the Annecy festival is the world’s largest event dedicated to animated films.

Kino Lorber acquires U.S. rights to Ever Deadly, a poetic documentary portrait of inuk throat singer Tanya Tagaq. National Film Board of Canada Doc from Filmmaker Chelsea McMullan and Renowned Singer, Composer, and Author Tagaq will open theatrically later this year .

Kino Lorber announced that it has acquired all U.S. distribution rights to the National Film Board of Canada documentary feature Ever Deadly, an immersive and poetic portrait of avant-garde Inuk throat singer and multi-hyphenate artist Tanya Tagaq.

World premiere of Terril Calder’s NFB installation Meneath: The Mirrors of Ethics at Tribeca. Based on her award-winning film, this stop-motion installation unearths hidden Indigenous values and illuminates the bias of our colonial systems.

The Tribeca Festival’s “Tribeca Immersive” showcase will present the world premiere of renowned Métis filmmaker and media artist Terril Calder’s National Film Board of Canada (NFB) installation Meneath: The Mirrors of Ethics, from June 7 to 18 in New York.

New online this May from the National Film Board of Canada. Spring brings a blossoming of programming at for Asian Heritage Month and Canadian Jewish Heritage Month, online premieres and the GGPAA.

May highlights on will feature Asian Heritage Month special programming, as Prajwala Dixit’s love, amma and the world premiere of Weiye Su’s A Passage Beyond Fortune join the National Film Board of Canada’s growing online collection, and the NFB hosts online conversation with animators of Asian descent on May 10 and 17.