Posts Tagged ‘Helene Klodawsky’

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Creative Doc Lab: Non-fiction Spreads its Wings

Production

It was the NFB’s founding film commissioner, that great Scottish visionary John Grierson, who actually coined the term “documentary” — and from its inception Canada’s public producer has played a leading role in developing the genre. With the feature-length doc currently enjoying an international renaissance, the NFB has partnered with the Canadian Film Centre to

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Watch Motherland: Tales of Wonder on NFB.ca

Films

What’s a good mom? Where does the myth of the self-sacrificing mother come from? Dive into the heart of motherhood with our doc Motherland: Tales of Wonder.

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“Revenge is a Dead End”

Production

With Grassroots in Drylands, a new feature doc from Quebec-Atlantic Studio, Helene Klodawsky goes to the Middle East — and returns with a welcome message of hope. The project brings her back to the region where she made her first feature doc in 1988 — Shoot and Cry, about a young Israeli conscript in the

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Introducing the NFB’s Atlantic-Quebec Studio…

Production

Find out how the NFB’s Atlantic-Quebec Studio is exactly like chocolate bark.

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National Canadian Film Day

Mark your calendars: the first annual National Canadian Film Day is upon us on April 29

News

Wowza! It’s the first ever National Canadian Film Day. Celebrate by watching a Canadian film… anywhere! Then share your fun times with the #canfilmday hashtag.

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