NFB Animation Immersion Workshop - Victoria Film Festival

NFB Animation Immersion Workshop

Date February 07, 2022
Venue Camosun Interurban Campus – Huber Hall Annex

NFB Animation Immersion Workshop

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In partnership with the NFB and Camosun College the VFF presents a FREE daylong session.

Where? Camosun Interurban Campus – Huber Hall Annex  

***Under current Provincial Health Orders, attendees must show proof of vaccination status***

When? Monday, Feb 7th 

What time?  10 AM – 4 PM with a break for lunch 

How Much? The session is FREE but registration required (space is limited).

A knowledge sharing session for creators 

Spend the day immersed in the world of animation with producer Teri Snelgrove from the National Film Board of Canada’s BC & Yukon Studio. Using films from the NFB’s collection, Teri will provide an overview of the different kinds of animated work the NFB has produced over the years.  

From classical 2D animation to puppet-based stop motion and beyond, Teri will show films and talk about the animated techniques used to make them, taking questions along the way.  

She’ll close the day by talking about how the NFB works as a creative producer and distributor (including our Filmmaker’s Assistance Program), and what kinds of materials are generally needed to put together a strong pitch package.

About Teri Snelgrove 

Teri Snelgrove is a Producer at the National Film Board of Canada’s BC & Yukon Studio.  Prior to stepping into the producer position in August 2019, she worked as an Associate Producer at the studio for 7 years, working on a range of documentary and animation projects, including the documentaries Highway to Heaven, Now Is The Time, The Road Forward and Because We Are Girls; and the animated shorts, The Zoo, Shop Class and The Mountain of SGaana. She recently finished Into Light by Sheona MacDonald and Come to Your Senses by Alicia Eisen and Sophie Jarvis. Teri is currently having a fantastic time working on Lori Lozinski’s A Motorcycle Saved My Life, Jules Koostachin’s WaaPiiKee and Wahid Ibn Reza’s The Last Glacier among other projects. Teri is a Newfoundlander and a graduate of the film/video program at Emily Carr University. She holds a master’s degree from SFU in liberal studies.