As one of the biggest and best-known animation festivals worldwide, the OIAF’s 2021 event is expected to draw a virtual audience of industry, students and fans from across North America and around the world.
This week in the Future of Ottawa, we are shining a light on film. Read on for Tom McSorley’s take on the present and future of film festivals. Tom McSorley is the Executive Director of the Canadian Film Institute and teaches film studies at Carleton University.
Apt613 contributor Barb Popel has attended every OIAF since 1976.
Since 1976, Ottawa has hosted the OIAF, one of the largest and most prestigious animation festivals in the world.
Ottawa will be the stage where you can enjoy the world’s most cutting-edge, thoughtful, funny and provocative animation films.
These kids will hem and haw over the short films and TV episodes before they present awards to the winning filmmakers later that evening at OIAF Awards Ceremony the National Arts Centre.
Founded in a small attic in Manotick with a staff of two, Jam Filled now has large studios in both Ottawa and Toronto employing hundreds of animators.
Brent Butt will be visiting Ottawa on Thursday September 27 as part of the Ottawa International Animation Festival (OIAF).
There were 100 films selected from a record-setting 2,469 entries.
For decades, the Ottawa International Animation Festival has attracted film and animation buffs, art lovers and filmmakers from around the globe. You won’t want to miss this year’s exciting line-up of screenings, workshops, panels and parties.
Highlights from the 40th year of the Ottawa International Animation Festival
Today is the first day of fall and, fingers crossed, this weekend’s weather may actually suit the season. With the arrival of the best season of the year (OK, I may be pushing my personal bias here), we’ve a great bunch of things on the roster, to celebrate. Festivals First off, the festivals. The Ottawa […]
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