Travel To Asia Through NFB Films
For all of you who’ve wanted to travel internationally but just couldn’t find the time or money… did you know there’s an NFB film for that?
Take a cinematic trip to the gorgeous continent of Asia through 10 NFB docs!
Japan Inc: Lessons for North America?
This short doc is an absorbing study of Japanese business and industry.
Travel to Japan in the 1960s with this magnificent short film about adolescence, dreams and aspirations.
Impressions of China
Follow a group of students from Hamilton, Ontario, on a rare three-week “tour” of China in 1972 with this short doc.
Thunderbirds in China
Join UBC’s hockey team in China as they show off their skills to new teams in the East and reflect on both the cultural differences that divide the players and the great game that unites them.
North China Factory
Enjoy an engrossing study of Chinese life and take a walk through a factory workers’ residential, social, recreational, and educational facilities.
Dashan – Ambassador to China’s Funny Bone
Meet Mark Rowswell a.k.a Dashan, a Canadian comedian virtually unknown in Canada who has an enormous following in mainland China.
Song for Tibet
Filmed both in the Indian Himalayas and Canada, this film portrays the efforts of Tibetans in exile to save their homeland and preserve their heritage.
The Tibetan Book of the Dead: A Way of Life
Filmed over four months in the Himalayas where the original text still yields an essential influence over people’s views of life and death.
Everest from Within
Retrace the journey of 4 Canadians who set off to climb the perilous north side of Mount Everest without the use of oxygen or sherpas.
??North Korea?? and ??South Korea??
North and South Korea are complete strangers. Very rarely, family members separated for decades have the chance to reunite. This documentary explores the deep division at the heart of contemporary Korea.