More...

Water is Life | Watch 7 Films About our Most Vital Resource

Making The Tesla World Light: An Interview with Matthew Rankin

FilmsProduction

As Tesla World Light heads to Cannes 2017, catch an in-depth interview with its avant-garde creator, Matthew Rankin.

MORE...

New Voices, Necessary Stories: NFB at Hot Docs 2017

Production

Documentary is Canada’s national art form because the history of our cinema — and, in important ways, the history of our country — has been written in documentary. If you want to understand the Canadian psyche, you have to watch Canadian documentaries. So states Marc Glassman, editor of POV Magazine, writing in a special spring

MORE...

Watch 5 Films Starring Cute Easter Creatures

Films

Happy Easter! Here are a few fun films starring chicks, ducks, rabbits and other cute Easter creatures.

MORE...

Water is Life | Watch 7 Films About our Most Vital Resource

Films

Be water, my friend.

MORE...

Rose’s Notebook: A Resource to Teach the History of the Great War

Education

Discover Rose’s Notebook. This historical series follows Rose Dubois, a young French Canadian archivist. She describes her daily life and her thoughts as World War I is unfolding.

MORE...

Photo Friday | The Trenches of World War I

100th anniversary of Vimy Ridge | Reflect on the price of war with these incredible stills from Claude Cloutier’s short animation The Trenches (2010).

MORE...
Pete Clarkson Debris blog

Tsunami Debris Sparks Action and Creative Learning Opportunities for Students

Education

Inspire your students by following artist Pete Clarkson in his effort to make sense of the tsunami debris washing up on the shores of Canada.

MORE...

NFB & UK’s National Theatre Collaborate on VR Doc

InteractiveProduction

Among the productions premiering in the 2017 edition of Storyscapes – the Tribeca Festival’s showcase of new immersive media – is Draw Me Close, a striking hybrid of creative non-fiction VR and live performance from Jordan Tannahill, one of the most inventive voices in contemporary Canadian theatre.

MORE...

Photo Friday | Spring Fun and Games

Jump into spring with these fun, carefree photos of young girls at play in the backstreets of Montreal in the mid-1970s.

MORE...

Kyma by Phillipe Baylaucq: Exploring the Waves in 360

Production

Learn more about Kyma, a new immersive projection experience created by Philippe Baylaucq for the Montreal Planetarium.

MORE...

Pierrot in Montreal: The Sad Clown and His Lady Love

Films

To celebrate World Theatre Day (March 27), enjoy Pierrot in Montreal, a little jewel from 1957 that re-tells the story of Columbine, Pierrot and Harlequin.

MORE...

Photo Friday | Inside Kingston Pen, 1979

Take a look inside Kingston’s infamous high security prison with these amazing photographs from A Warehouse for Bodies, a short 1979 doc about life inside Kingston Pen.

MORE...