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Spring Break | Watch 3 New Animated Shorts for Free

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The nice thing about Spring Break – aside from no school, if you’re a kid, or poolside double-margaritas, if you’re an undergrad – is that it heralds spring, a season many Canadians have been fervently anticipating since last November. It’s almost here! We’re even changing the time this Saturday. I can almost smell the tulips more »

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NFB films to screen at Dreamspeakers Film Festival in Edmonton

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Dreamspeakers is a film festival based in Edmonton, Alberta, showcasing films made by Aboriginal filmmakers from around the globe. This year’s edition runs June 1-4. The NFB will be presenting 4 films (both animation and live action) as well as a compilation of animated shorts by filmmakers from Nunavut (Nunavut Animation Lab). The films include more »

Mi’gmaq artist Phyllis Grant talks about Waseteg, premiering tomorrow at the Atlantic Film Festival

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I told you recently about 4 NFB productions that were selected at the Atlantic Film Festival. Among them was Waseteg, Phyllis Grant’s animated short film about a Mig’maq girl and her search for happiness. In advance of the AFF screening (Waseteg premieres tomorrow, Wednesday Sept. 22 at 10 am at the Oxford Theatre in Halifax), more »

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 more »