Wâhkôhtowin | All My RelationsCentaur Theatre Virtual Children’s Series LiveEvents March 12, 2022 734 Centaur Theatre presents 2022 Virtual Children’s Series The Centaur Theatre is featuring a selection of short animated stories by E.D. Films until March 31, 2022. E.D. FILMS is a multi-disciplinary animation studio based in Montreal since 2007. Their work encompasses short and long linear films, virtual realities, commissioned content for immersive experiences, process tutorials, and digital creation tools. This year’s series is available on demand, so the whole gang can gather round in their PJs to watch. When Mom’s Away Three triplet cats hang out alone at home while their mom goes out for quick errands. They play and have fun, until their commotion breaks Mom’s fine china. They have to quickly repair them before mom gets back home. Wâhkôhtowin | All My Relations The power of stories, told over many nights, over many years, through all the languages across the world, are encapsulated in an intimate story between a grandmother and her children’s children on a clear winter night in the teepee. The Orphan and the Polar Bear According to Inuit oral history, long ago animals had the power of speech, could shift their appearances, and could even assume human form. In The Orphan and the Polar Bear, a neglected orphan is adopted by a polar bear elder. Under the bear’s guidance, the little orphan learns the skills he will need to survive and provide for himself. Brown Bear: What Are You Toxin About? Watch out! Sometimes what you’re eating is more than meets the eye. While our Brown Bear is hungry for delicious fish in hands, let’s talk about ‘toxin’ in the fish and find out if it is safe for Brown Bear to eat. We follow the adventures of Brown Bear to learn how bioaccumulation and biomagnification are impacting the local ecosystem, and how human interactions with the environment can affect toxin levels. What Is Machine Learning? Can machines ‘learn’ – not only remember? ‘Learning’ and ‘remembering’ are different. I mean, sort of… kind of…! Smart birds Lou and Mazzy talk about how computers learn and remember and how useful machine learning can be to us. Do You Know What Nano Means Nano may mean small, very small, but when it comes to making your body work it is big, very big. If your fingernail is about one millimeter think, and a nanometer is one millionth of a millimeter, you can imagine there are a lot of nanomaterials making up that small space. To enjoy these short films visit: www.centaurtheatre.com Related
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