A simple message in a bottle kicks off a friendship between two characters living an ocean apart. This stop-motion animation explores what they gain and give up for friendship.
School Program Grade 1 to 3 2012
Co Hoedeman’s classic NFB short is not only a striking example of the stop-motion technique. His sound design draws our attention to the beauty and function of language.
Uh oh! The big, humungous, mean, mischievous Baby Dangerousaurus is causing trouble in the schoolyard! Will the Peacemakers be able to solve the problem?
This sweet tale warns of what can happen when human fishing interferes with whales’ habitats and shows we are capable of making good as well.
The Tulalip Youth retell in their own words the aboriginal story of how chipmunk came to have her stripes.
Grumpy Old Man is a father-son collaboration that uses a stop-motion technique to playfully show us the perils waiting beyond our front door.
Why do goats run from cars? Why do dogs chase cars? Why do donkeys block the roads? This fable from the streets of Addis Ababa will surprise you with the answers.