In the Oscar-winning Ryan, Chris Landreth and Ryan Larkin sit together in a computer-generated cafeteria as they go over Larkin’s past: his artistic achievements, his loves, his brief moments of recognition.
POV presents Canada's "Documentary Essentials": a starter guide of ten short docs and ten features that should help readers explore all the non-fiction that this country had to offer.
Veteran writer and filmmaker Cole analyzes what makes a doc story work and offers a manifesto on how to make one yourself.
Animated documentary should not be thought of as a strange hybrid at the margins, but one of the central forms of documentary film since its inception.
Animator Ryan Larkin could tell a funny story or read you a poem, but then raise his voice in a flash of anger if he felt you were asking too pushy a
Ah, memories of Oscar, from Audrey Hepburn hiking up her dress to show NFB director Eunice Macaulay her outrageously high heels, to Oscar winning NFB animators, up on the big stage, frozen
2004 marked the end of an era for the Ottawa International Animation Festival (OIAF). After 28 years, the festival is going annual. Why depart from the successful alternating year format? Well, there
Sometimes a picture burns a hole in your head, burrows into your brain and takes up residence. Like the face of the title character from the new digitally animated 3D short, Ryan.