Posts Tagged ‘National Film Board of Canada’

Harry Mayerovitch | Meet the man behind the NFB’s most beautiful propaganda posters

Meet painter, architect, caricaturist, accordion player, poet, author and brilliant World War II NFB poster designer Harry Mayerovitch (1910-2004.)


“Revenge is a Dead End”


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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New Montreal Educational Workshop Studios Now Open!


By Estelle Lagueux, Supervisor, Educational Programs It was with nervous anticipation that the NFB’s new educational programming team recently welcomed its first group of students to a freshly redesigned space at our operational headquarters in Montreal’s Saint-Laurent borough. The young people said it was inspiring to find themselves in the same building where so many


Past NFB Heads Discuss the Purpose of the NFB


A really great and candid short film that interviews past Government Film Commissioners about what the NFB means to them. What is a Government Film Commissioner? From Wikipedia: As stipulated in the National Film Act of 1950, the Government Film Commissioner is the person who holds the position of Government Film Commissioner is the head