Posts Tagged ‘Aboriginal filmmakers’


Download 5 Films on Canada’s Indigenous Peoples for $0.99 Each!


Looking to learn more about the incredible traditions, stories, and history of Canada’s Indigenous peoples? Enjoy our selection of 5 films that you can download for just $0.99 each!


Redemption on the Red: This river is a woman


Tina Fontaine was last seen alive in Winnipeg on August 9, 2014. Eight days later her body was pulled from the muddy waters of the Red River, her life cut short at the age of 15. Her death has raised new levels of awareness about the growing numbers of missing and murdered Indigenous women in


Repurposing the Archive: 4 NFB Films by contemporary artists at the 2015 Aboriginal Pavilion


This summer, 4 globally-acclaimed contemporary artists use the NFB archives to create new short films that will be exhibited at the Aboriginal Pavilion in Toronto from July 10th to 26th, 2015. If you’re a lover of all things experimental, a contemporary art enthusiast, or a fan of remix culture, you’ll definitely want to catch these.


NFB films to screen at Dreamspeakers Film Festival in Edmonton


Dreamspeakers is a film festival based in Edmonton, Alberta, showcasing films made by Aboriginal filmmakers from around the globe. This year’s edition runs June 1-4. The NFB will be presenting 4 films (both animation and live action) as well as a compilation of animated shorts by filmmakers from Nunavut (Nunavut Animation Lab). The films include