Munro Ferguson
Moon Tower Terra Falling: Stereo Shorts from the NFB presented by Munro Ferguson

Friday, Nov 20, 7:30pm
Venue: Mocap, IDS

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This screening session is a series of short stereoscopic films from the National Film Board of Canada.

The shorts include:

"Tower Bawher" by Theodore Ushev, 03:46
"Terra" by Alan Pakarnyk, 04:32
"Falling in Love Again" by Munro Ferguson, 03:03
"Moon Man" by Paul Morstad, 03:33


Munro Ferguson was born in New York, 1960. He has a degree in Philosophy from the University of Toronto. Since then he's been an experimental filmmaker, a syndicated cartoonist, a graphic designer, NFB animator and documentary director. He's been working stereoscopically since 1995 when he became in the development for IMAX of Sandde, a 3D hand-drawn animation system. Since then he's been involved in the creation of several stereoscopic films: "Paint Misbehavin'" (Animation, Art Director), "Falling in Love Again" (Director), "June" (Director) and "Facing Champlain" (Animation Director). Currently he is directing "Neuropolis", a 3D film about the brain.

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