NFB wins Award for Excellence in Interactive ProgrammingInteractive
Most people know us for our films, but the NFB is increasingly gaining attention for its interactive productions. At the Banff World Media Festival earlier this month, the NFB received the award for Excellence in Interactive Programming.
The above picture features Loc Dao (our newly appointed Director, Digital Content and Strategy in English Program) accepting the award from Cataline Brecino from CMF, the Canadian Media Fund, who was the invited presenter on stage. (Thank you Bram Rimmer for the photograph.)
Should you still be unfamiliar with our many great interactive projects, do head to NFB/interactive and have a look around.
From wild expeditions to the North Pole to sustainability experiments with David Suzuki, and nostalgic tributes to once-booming cities to post-modern tales on the art of communication, there’s a little of everything for everyone. Check us out.