Posts Tagged ‘Cry of the Wild’

The Masters Series: Bill Mason

There is no better way to celebrate the imminent arrival of spring than by binge-watching a bunch of Bill Mason films. This was a man who worshipped nature.

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The Best NFB Films of the 1970s

Films

With 3000+ films that you can stream for free, picking a starting point can be tricky! Enjoy a (subjective) list of the 10 best NFB films from the 1970s!

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#Canada150 | Special Online Programming Celebrates Who We Are as Canadians

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As Canada marks the 150th anniversary of Confederation, the NFB is offering up special online programming and public events across the country that put Canadians in touch with their nation’s stories.

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Photo Friday | Wolves-O-Rama

Films

Fairy tales wolves get a bad rap. They’re always up to no good, terrorizing helpless pigs or chowing down grandmothers. But how savage are wolves in reality? According to filmmaker Bill Mason, who spent a fair part of his career learning about, caring for and filming wolves, not very. On the contrary, wolves are disciplined hunters, respected leaders

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Download and Own 5 Bill Mason Films for $0.99 Each

A talented naturalist, author, painter, filmmaker, and conservationist, Bill Mason (1929-1988) is one of those effortlessly awesome wilderness guys who make you proud to be living in such a majestic place as Canada… even if you’ve never paddled a canoe. Bill Mason’s Canada is full of rivers to explore, bush pilot friends to hang out with, and fierce animals to befriend

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Nobody Waved Good-bye

The best of the best: must-watch NFB films from our online collection

Films

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.

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