Posts Tagged ‘films’


NFB Films for Android now available!


Yes, the day has come – our NFB Films for the Android is now available! After the tremendous success of our iPhone app (named one of the best apps of 2009 by The Apple Blog!), we are now releasing the first Canadian film app for the Android platform. With this app, you can: WATCH – more »


The Pattern of Man: Enduring Wilderness and National Park History


This post was written by Dr. Claire Campbell, a professor of History and Canadian Studies at Dalhousie University in Halifax. It is the first post in a series on Ernest Reid’s 1963 film, Enduring Wilderness, written by contributors to the forthcoming A Century of Parks Canada, 1911 – 2011 (University of Calgary Press). According to more »

How to watch our films on Boxee


We are on Boxee The National Film Board of Canada now has a Boxee channel. That’s over 1000 NFB animated and documentary films, clips and trailers you can watch through the startup internet-TV broadcaster. What is Boxee? Boxee is a program that lets you watch internet video on your television. It has a simple layout more »

We’re Listening: Top Five Titles Searched on


Just so you know we’ve been paying attention, we’ve compiled a list of the top five titles searched for during the month of December. Drum roll, please… The Kid Who Couldn’t Miss is a docu-drama directed by Paul Cowan about William Avery (Billy) Bishop. This is the story of how one outspoken young kid from more »

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