Posts Tagged ‘libraries’

The Fruit Hunters

Watch Docs About Rare Fruits, Horse Racing and Prostitution Laws in Libraries This Fall

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The NFB Film Club is presenting quite a lineup for film fans in fall 2013—a varied offering of short films and features, including plenty of new releases. You will be captivated by Oscar-nominated director Sarah Polley’s highly acclaimed Stories We Tell, which explores the secrets of a family of storytellers. This is a remarkable and more »

We Were Children

Watch We Were Children and Many More NFB Films At Your Local Library This Spring

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The NFB Film Club is gearing up for another season of rich and varied programming. In spring 2013, the NFB – in partnership with libraries across the country – is offering Canadians 4 must-see programs for the general public and one specially for children. In honour of National Aboriginal Day on June 21, the NFB more »

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Black History Month: 45 Canadian libraries to offer free screenings of Mighty Jerome

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The film Mighty Jerome, by Charles Officer, will be shown at free screenings throughout Black History Month this February at more than 45 libraries across the country. Some of the screenings will take place with the director or other guests in attendance. The feature doc tells the story of the rise, fall and redemption of more »