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Natsumi Hayashi

Natsumi Hayashi

5 juguetes con los que te iniciaste en la fotografía

5 juguetes con los que te iniciaste en la fotografía

Columbia University Film Festival 2006

Columbia University Film Festival 2006

Lights! Camera! Classroom management! These 9 videos are full of teacher-tested tips and tricks for taming even the craziest of classes.

5-Minute Film Festival: Classroom-Management Techniques

Lights! Camera! Classroom management! These 9 videos are full of teacher-tested tips and tricks for taming even the craziest of classes.

Image of Bodleian Libraries' Bodleian Treasures exhibition poster

Image of Bodleian Libraries' Bodleian Treasures exhibition poster

Movie still from Spear | Image source: adelaidefilmfestival.org In 2001, Atanarjuat: The Fast Runner, by Nunavut director Zacharias Kunuk premiered at Cannes Film Festival with critical acclaim and success, winning the Camera d’or for best first feature. In a recent poll done by TIFF insiders and academics the film was named the number one Canadian movie […]

Movie still from Spear | Image source: adelaidefilmfestival.org In 2001, Atanarjuat: The Fast Runner, by Nunavut director Zacharias Kunuk premiered at Cannes Film Festival with critical acclaim and success, winning the Camera d’or for best first feature. In a recent poll done by TIFF insiders and academics the film was named the number one Canadian movie […]

Atanarjuat voted No. 1 Canadian film of all time - Bumps out Mon Oncle Antoine for top spot in TIFF list (Really? I disagree!). Atanarjuat replaced the 1971 film Mon Oncle Antoine, which had been the long-standing favourite. Previous lists were released in 1984, 1993 & 2004.  The Toronto International Film Festival asked film insiders & academics from around the world what they think is the most memorable Canadian film ever. Atanarjuat, which was shot in Nunavut & is entirely in Inuktitut…

Atanarjuat: The Fast Runner voted No. 1 Canadian film of all time

Atanarjuat voted No. 1 Canadian film of all time - Bumps out Mon Oncle Antoine for top spot in TIFF list (Really? I disagree!). Atanarjuat replaced the 1971 film Mon Oncle Antoine, which had been the long-standing favourite. Previous lists were released in 1984, 1993 & 2004. The Toronto International Film Festival asked film insiders & academics from around the world what they think is the most memorable Canadian film ever. Atanarjuat, which was shot in Nunavut & is entirely in Inuktitut…

Film School at SCC - Open House 2013. Camera set ups and camera demos in our Film School Hub (FSH) building.

Film School at SCC - Open House 2013. Camera set ups and camera demos in our Film School Hub (FSH) building.

Film School at SCC - Open House 2013. Camera set ups and camera demos in our Film School Hub (FSH) building.

Film School at SCC - Open House 2013. Camera set ups and camera demos in our Film School Hub (FSH) building.

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