Posts Tagged ‘Rae Spoon’


Feature Docs Take Flight at NFB


Updated September 17, 2015 The Toronto International Film Festival, which kicked off on September 10, is celebrating its 40th birthday with a program that boasts one of the biggest documentary sections in the event’s history. Among the non-fiction titles getting world premieres is a much anticipated feature doc from Pacific & Yukon Studio, Ninth Floor,


Rush, The Hip, Bryan Adams, and more! Watch 5 films on your favourite Canadian musicians


Check out 5 documentaries on Canada’s most famous contemporary musicians. The radio wouldn’t be the same without ’em!

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Teaching about gender diversity with My Prairie Home


Explore the NFB’s educator’s guide for teaching gender diversity through the film “My Prairie Home”. The teaching guide was created in partnership with Pride Education Network and Out in Schools.

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The NFB Film Club is Back for Spring 2014


Get thee to a library! Discover this season’s selection of free public library film screenings in the NFB Film Club.

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My Prairie Home at Sundance—and in your living room!


It’s just like you’re at Sundance! Stream “My Prairie Home” for free online on the 26th and 27th of January.

Rae Spoon

Sneak a Peek at Rae Spoon’s My Prairie Home


We’re releasing a documentary-musical about transgender musician and author Rae Spoon this fall and we have a wee excerpt to share with you. The film, titled My Prairie Home, is a portrait of Rae Spoon’s queer and musical coming of age, set under the Canadian Prairie’s famously big sky. The clip (below) is both an actual


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