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Where to Find the Films

View my films on line at the NFB website:

Voir mes films en francais:

Caroline Leaf Out on a Limb, Handcrafted Cinema
dvd compilation
produced by the National Film Board of Canada
available in French and English,
films included are:
    - The Owl Who Married a Goose
- The Street
- The Metamorphosis of Mr. Samsa
- Interview
- Two Sisters
    - Sand or Peter and the Wolf
- I Met a Man
- Two Sisters with director’s comments
- bio filmography by Marco de Blois
- notes on techniques
-Two Sisters visual research

All requests world wide to purchase the dvd, except in French speaking
Europe, should be directed to the National Film Board of Canada.

Canada 1-800- 267-7710
From Montreal and region: 1-514- 283-9000
USA/Etats-Unis 1-800 542-2164
International +1-514- 283-9000
Monday - Friday 9:00am - 7:00pm EST

For distribution inquiries:distribution@nfb.ca
For festival inquiries: festivals@nfb.ca

National Film Board of Canada
Sales and Customer Service, D-10
PO Box 6100, Station Centre-Ville
Montreal Quebec H3C 3H5

Requests to purchase the dvd in French-speaking Europe should be addressed to Les films du Paradoxe.
web site:


contact info for purchasing the dvd from les Films du Paradoxe:

The Street is included in Leonard Maltin’s Animation Favorites From the National Film Board of Canada ID No C0194096
Hand-Crafted Cinema: Animation Workshops with Caroline Leaf Directed by Eric Roberts 1998 35 min View live streaming: https://www.nfb.ca/film/handcrafted_cinema/
This short film brings together animation workshops led by award-winning independent animator Caroline Leaf. The film, which discusses and demonstrates Leaf’s artisan's approach to narrative filmmaking, explores 3 techniques she pioneered during her 20-year tenure at the NFB: sand, paint- on-glass and scratch animation. ID No C0198077
Caroline Leaf and Her Two Sisters Directed by Donald McWilliams, produced by the National Film Board of Canada In this documentary film, Caroline Leaf speaks about her creative process and presents her film Two Sisters.

Festival film prints come from the NFB Festivals Office in Montreal: festivals@nfb.ca

Screening Room with Robert Gardner Caroline Leaf and Mary Beams
Screening Room was a television program hosted by Robert Gardner in Boston in the 1970's offering independent filmmakers a chance to show and discuss their work. This interview was taped in 1975 and includes The Owl Who Married a Goose and early versions of The Street and The Metamorphosis of Mr. Samsa.
DVD-video  NTSC  English  All Regions  stereo  running time 75 min produced by Studio 7 Arts, distributed by Documentary Educational Resources www.der.org

DER documentaries Screening Room Series
The interview is also included in the Screening Room series distributed by
Documentary Educationsl Resources www.der.org

Address: 108 Water Street, 5A, Watertown, MA 02472
tel: 617 926-0491 (800) 569-6621 (North America only)
fax: (617) 926-9519 email:

Caroline Leaf