What happens to wartime propaganda when the war is over? Revisit the NFB’s post-1945 productions in the “Canada Carries On” series, which aimed to inspire, inform, and entertain Canadians in a particularly Canadian way.
Not sure what to watch? Get to know your friendly public film producer with the best films we’ve made over our 75-year history. No lemons here! Only the best of the best.
Bust out into the open prairies with some of the world’s best—and funniest—cowboys in this selection of films about life as a ridin’ cowboy.
No matter what, we all sometimes feel like we don’t quite fit in. Watch these 5 films about contemporary beauty standards and the social pressures to fit into them.
How are chocolates made? What’s soya butter? How does pastry dough get so thin? Tuck in your bib and check out our mouth-watering selection of NFB films about food.
This’ll get you pumped for spring: 14 filmmakers, 11 films, an interactive experience about skateboarding, youth culture, and urban landscapes. The project is set to launch in late spring 2014, but check out the teaser trailer right here.
Join us on a cinematic tour through the history of humanity’s built environments—castles, pyramids, suburbs, skyscrapers—in 7 films about architecture.
Explore a series of documentaries for the Canadian high school curriculum on political rivals Pierre Elliott Trudeau and René Lévesque. This collaborative effort of the National Film Board and Library and Archives Canada (LAC) brings a host of valuable resources to the classroom, including the documentary series, a full collection of digital images and documents from LAC, and fact sheets about each of Canada’s prime ministers.
Join us for a cinematic trip through the history of feminist struggle as we celebrate International Women’s Day at the NFB.
Delve into the NFB’s rich collection of winter sports films as you cheer on our athletes striving for Olympic gold.