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Destination Imagination!

A collection of diverse, beautiful and eye-popping animation from the fine folks at the National Film Board. This year's heavily decorated selection promises to both inspire and entertain students and teachers alike!

Ages: 8+ - Running Time: 48 minutes

The Mountain of Sgaana

Christopher Auchter / 2017 / 10 mins

The Mountain of SGaana spins a magical tale of a young man who is stolen away to the spirit world, and the young woman who rescues him.


Curtis Horsburgh / 2016 / 1 mins

Please stand clear of the doors... This very short hybrid of stop-motion and 2D animation is a story about a dream about a train, inspired by found sound of a Toronto subway car.

Hedgehog's Home

Eva Cvijanovic / 2016 / 10 mins

Based on the story by Branko Ćopić, this animated short tells the tale of a hedgehog living in a lush and lively forest. He is respected and envied by the other animals. However, Hedgehog’s devotion to his home annoys a quartet of insatiable beasts. Together, they march off towards Hedgehog’s home and spark a tense and prickly standoff


Pascaline Lefebvre / 2016 / 1 mins

Inspired by found sound of baby noises, this very short animation takes a good hard look at the bizarre behaviour of people working out in a gym

Blind Vaysha

Theodore Ushev / 2016 / 8 mins

In this metaphoric tale of timeless wisdom and beauty based on the eponymous short story by Georgi Gospodinov, filmmaker Theodore Ushev reminds us of the importance of keeping our sights on the present moment. Nominated for the acadamy award for best Animated Short film 2017!

The Great Machine

Luc Chamberland / 2015 / 4 mins

In the small Ontario town of Echo, deep underground a typical post-war apartment building, there is a machine – massive and seemingly endless. What is its purpose? What is it for?

Three Thousand

Asinnajaq / 2017 / 14 mins

My father was born in a spring igloo—half snow, half skin. I was born in a hospital, with jaundice and two teeth. Inuit artist Asinnajaq plunges us into a sublime imaginary universe—14 minutes of luminescent, archive-inspired cinema that recast the present, past and future of her people in a radiant new light. Diving into the NFB’s vast archive, she parses the complicated cinematic representation of the Inuit, harvesting fleeting truths and fortuitous accidents from a range of sources—newsreels, propaganda, ethnographic docs, and work by Indigenous filmmakers. Embedding historic footage into original animation, she conjures up a vision of hope and beautiful possibility.