The Great List of Everything, a web series directed by Cathon, Iris Boudreau, and Francis Papillon, available free of charge at NFB.ca starting February 28. Produced by La Pastèque and the NFB, in collaboration with Télé-Québec.
February 26, 2020 – Montreal – National Film Board of Canada (NFB)
With spring break right around the corner, the complete 13-episode web series The Great List of Everything, directed by Cathon, Iris Boudreau, and Francis Papillon, is being released free of charge at NFB.ca on February 28. Inspired by a French-language comic book, The Great List of Everything features artists Cathon and Iris, two curious and quirky young women who share their unbridled passion for everyday objects, from swimsuits to microwave ovens, in a wacky world that will make you both laugh and think—whether you’re young or just young at heart. Voiced by Angela Galuppo and Cat Lemieux, the web series was produced by La Pastèque and the National Film Board of Canada (NFB) in collaboration with Télé-Québec. Produced with the financial participation of the Shaw Rocket Fund.
About the web series
The Great List of Everything (13 episodes x 2 min)
Cathon and Iris are inseparable. One likes to show off her knowledge, the other enjoys sharing off-the-wall theories. The two friends’ quirky humour and wild, free-floating imaginations will make you want to learn more about the objects that surround us. Travel with them through history as they explain the origins of such things as the lightbulb or pants. But don’t believe everything you hear.
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About the NFB
The National Film Board of Canada (NFB) is a leader in exploring animation as an artform, a storytelling medium and innovative content for emerging platforms. It produces trailblazing animated works both in its Montreal studios and across the country, and it works with many of the world’s leading creators on international co-productions. NFB productions have won more than 7,000 awards, including seven Oscars for NFB animation and seven grand prizes at the Annecy festival. To access this unique content, visit NFB.ca.