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Photo Friday | Diggers of the Deep

Around the world, many miners celebrate December 4 as Miners Day and commemorate their patron saint, St. Barbara, requesting her continuing protection for their daily work. (In the US, National Miner’s Day is December 6, marking the anniversary of the worst mining accident in history on December 6, 1907, in Monogah, West Virginia, when 362 miners died.)

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*Exclusive Online Premiere* | Meet Mabel Robinson, Nova Scotia’s 89-Year-Old Hairdressing Dynamo

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Meet Mabel Robinson, a 90-year-old hairdressing pioneer who’s still styling up a storm in Hubbards, Nova Scotia.

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Om Sweet Om: Watch 5 NFB Films about Buddhism and the Buddha

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Walk in the footsteps of one extremely chill prince-turned-“Awakened One” with these 5 NFB doc about buddhism and the Buddha.

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Elephant 1967: Passage from India

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It was a job that called for green screen. Lots of green screen. Colin MacKenzie and Aparna Kapur have just completed an unusual shoot in southern India, kicking off production on Elephant 1967, a new animated documentary from Quebec-Atlantic Studio. The project revisits the poignant and little-known story of Balakrishna, a bull elephant shipped from

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4 NFB films selected at the Atlantic Film Festival

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Four of our productions have been selected at the Atlantic Film Festival (AFF). Held every September in Halifax, Nova Scotia, AFF is Canada’s 4th major film festival. Presenting itself as “large enough to attract the world’s most notable actors, directors and producers, but intimate enough to be Canada’s kitchen party Festival”, this year’s festival will unfold

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