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Two NFB Education specialists were recently in Yellowknife to give film workshops. Find out about their trip and what the NFB offers to students nationwide.
We’re starting 2014 in style with a not-so-new but definitely improved version of our McLaren’s Workshop App! After winning the incredibly prestigious Grand Prize in the Website or Application (Arts and Culture) category at the Boomerang Awards, as well as being named among iTunes Canada’s “App Store Best of 2013“, the Norman McLaren-inspired iPad app has more »
Last week, we talked about our free film apps. These – in case your were sleeping on the switch – are apps you can and obviously should install on your phone or tablet to watch NFB films all over the place, any old time you like. This week, 3 more NFB apps are clamouring for more »
As far as misfortunes go, being Canadian and never having heard of the National Film Board has to be on par with loving the NFB and never having installed the NFB Films app on your tablet or phone. Both a crying shame, but altogether remediable. Let us start with this most hapless applessness. The idea more »
Four days after we launched Pixstop, our new and terrific stop-motion application, a reader called Pierre Durand left us a comment on the blog. In his message, Pierre said (in both of Canada’s official languages, to boot) that he liked using the app, but that he found it hard to immobilize the iPad while shooting. more »
From December 1, right up until Christmas Day, we will be offering specials on a select number of our download to own titles. These films will be featured on the homepage carousel of NFB.ca at a very special low price – $0.99 for shorts (SD) and $2.99 for features (SD) – for one day only. more »
We’ve just released updates for both our iPad and iPhone apps. The changes, outlined below, are a direct result of your feedback and suggestions. Thank you for helping us build the best apps we can. Both the iPhone and iPad apps allow you to: Watch over 1000 films on your mobile device Save films for more »
Following right on the heels of our Android app, we’ve now released version 2.0 of our NFB Films for the iPad app. What’s new in version 2.0? Rather than fixing bugs and improving on the old app, we’ve rebuilt version 2.0 completely from scratch. The features include: A sleek new design Improved performance and stability more »
Drum roll, please…. The NFB Films iPad app is now available through iTunes. With this app, you can watch over 1000 movies – documentaries, animations and feature films – free on your iPad. You can also store films on the iPad for up to 48 hours to watch when you’re away from a WiFi zone. more »