* This post was translated from French. With the Holidays just a few weeks away (OK, more like a couple of months away), we’re giving you an eagerly awaited gift: an improved and totally redesigned version of our NFB Films for Android app. Adapted to new formats The NFB Films app has been developed to more »
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This post is a translation. Find the French original here. Until now, you could only watch NFB.ca films via streaming. However, over the past few months, my web team colleagues have been working hard to bring you more options. We are pleased to announce that it is now possible to download certain films in our more »
150 screenings in 62 cities across Canada! Now that’s a full slate of films. From March 4 to 20, the National Film Board is participating in the Rendez-vous de la Francophonie’s annual celebration of French culture, screening films from coast to coast for the sixth year in a row.
If I could attend only one film festival in my life, it would have to be Sundance in the United States. The annual event takes place in the mountain resort of Park City, Utah, where it presents the world’s top independent films.
*This text was translated from French On Monday afternoon, the NFB invited the public to its Animation Open House. If you couldn’t make it, now is your chance to read up about it and have a look at the photos! We visited six animation studios in all: three in the French Program and three in more »
Since we released our iPhone app last year, we’re getting an increasing amount of mobile traffic watching NFB films. Here’s a snapshot of the top 20 films people are watching on their iPhones… The Cat Came Back 21901 Log Driver’s Waltz 12702 Citizen Harold 10481 Noël Noël 9875 HA’Aki 8930 The Sweater 8777 Tzaritza 7563 more »