This week on NFB Pause, we introduce you to Randall Finnerty and Eloi Champagne, two of the technical wizards in our animation department.
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Skin for Skin is the latest outing for filmmakers Carol Beecher and Kevin Kurytnik. “We wanted to create a contemporary Canadian myth that went further than events and names and dates and numbers.“
In this edition of NFB Pause, we look at acclaimed Canadian author Joy Kogawa's new interactive, AR project, East of the Rockies.
Between February and July 2017, photographer and visual artist Michel Huneault spent 16 days at the Canada-U.S. border. During this time, he witnessed 180 crossing attempts by asylum seekers from 20 different countries. Out of this experience was born a virtual reality project.
Discover some hidden gems with our French collection curator, Marc St-Pierre, as he discusses the wonders of our archive in the latest episode of NFB Pause!
Patrick Bouchard's latest film, The Subject, also marks the first installment of our new series, NFB Pause.
This Mother's Day, celebrate motherhood and mothers everywhere with these 3 animated short about moms
In 2016, Moïse Marcoux-Chabot moved with his family to Mont-Louis, Québec, to begin shooting a documentary on the Gaspé’s “alternative social safety net.”
School is back in session and summer is a distant memory. To help you through, watch 5 films that look at school from a different perspective.
Whether you’re a Yuletide true-believer or a seasonal-cynic, here are five holiday films to get you into the holiday spirit.
As the rain subsides and warmer weather takes over, we all search for the nearest body of water. Summer is the perfect time for water sports, and we've got 5 films to whet your appetite.
As the Crow Flies provides a rare insider’s glimpse into the Royal Canadian Air Cadets’ intensive seven-week flight training camp. Filmmaker Tess Girard sat down with one of the female subjects to discuss life before, during and after the film.