Is there a better way to cool off this summer than to dive straight into the ocean? No, but that’s not really a realistic option in Toronto, so instead you can go to the NFB Mediatheque’s Making Waves programme. It includes an interactive aquarium exhibit and animation workshops for families based on A Sea Turtle Story, a stop motion animation film that played at TIFF Kids 2012. The exhibit will run until August 14, 2012 at the Mediatheque, just in time, unfortunately, before it closes its doors on screening events.
Fortunately, though, there will be more chances to take part in this great NFB event! After its run at the Mediatheque, Making Waves will move over to the Canadian National Exhibition once it begins its yearly cavalcade of family fun on August 17, 2012.
Making Waves at the NFB Mediatheque contains screenings of A Sea Turtle Story, animation workshops for families and the interactive aquarium. This all happens every weekend until August 14, 2012. Visit the NFB Mediatheque website for more information on this great programme. The NFB’s Making Waves Interactive Aquarium will be included in the KidStreet Interactive Zone at the CNE 10:00 am to 8:00 pm daily from August 17 to September 3, 2012.
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Jordan Moffatt is a person living in Toronto. He is an improviser, actor, writer and graduate of the University of Ottawa. His favourite Indiana Jones film is Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. He was the third string point guard of his high school basketball team.
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