MIL OSI Translation. Canadian French to English
Source: Government of Canada – MIL OSI Regional News in English
The national film Board of Canada will take part in the Congrès mondial acadien (CMA), which will be held from 10 to 24 August, 2019 to l’île-du-Prince-Édouard, and in the south-east of New Brunswick, under the sign of the encounter and accessibility, values at the heart of the priorities of the NFB.
On August 1, 2019 – Moncton – national film Board of Canada (NFB)
The national film Board of Canada will take part in the Congrès mondial acadien (CMA), which will be held from 10 to 24 August, 2019 to l’île-du-Prince-Édouard, and in the south-east of New Brunswick, under the sign of the encounter and accessibility, values at the heart of the priorities of the NFB. He will be able to get closer to the public acadian, during an event celebrating the cultural identity of the region. The work in virtual reality Vaysha the blind RV Theodore Ushev will be presented in each of the communities of l’île-du-Prince-Édouard visited by the CMA. It will also be accessible at the space Extreme border to Moncton, at the pavilion of canadian Heritage, accompanied by the documentary short film in 360°The 3rd wheel of the acadian producer André Roy, as well as three programs of short animated films for the whole family. Christine Aubé, executive producer of the acting Studio of the canadian francophonie – new brunswick, will be present throughout the Conference, Île-du-Prince-Édouard, such as Moncton. The CMA, which this year is celebrating its 25th anniversary, takes place every five years.
Vaysha the blind RV Theodore Ushev
Vaysha is not a girl like the others. It sees only the past of the left eye and the future of the right eye. Vaysha the blind… this is the way everybody calls.
The 3rd wheel of André Roy
In Grande-Digue, New Brunswick, gymnasium becomes the scene of a movement of inclusion reversed : young people without a disability want to play basketball in wheelchairs with their colleagues, two sisters with muscular dystrophy.
Short animated films for the whole family
Three programs of short films, 30 to 40 minutes each, will be projected according to a predetermined schedule and available on site, in order to give the public an overview of the diversity and creativity of the animation at the NFB.
Other films, of which The artisans of the workshop of the filmmaker acadian Daniel Light, will be projected in different libraries partners in the Cinéclub ONF in the region, for the CMA.
The NFB brief
The NFB is the producer canadian public of audiovisual works, award-winning, creative, whether in documentary, auteur animation, storytelling, interactive or participatory experiences. St. John’s to Vancouver, the producers of the NFB are well-integrated within communities across the country and work with designers and creative talent to produce works of innovative and socially relevant. The NFB is a leader in the field of equality between men and women in the production of film and digital media. Guided by the recommendations of the truth and reconciliation Commission, it seeks to strengthen indigenous production. The works of the NFB have won over 7,000 awards, including 24 awards canadian screen, 21 Webby award winner, 12 Oscars and more than 100 awards for Engineering. To access it, go to NFB.ca or download the application from the NFB for mobile devices.
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