The Best NFB Films of the 2000s
With 3000+ films that you can stream for free, picking a starting point can be tricky!
Enjoy a (subjective) list of the 10 best NFB films from the 2000s!
Capturing Reality: The Art of Documentary
Featuring interviews with cinéma-vérité pioneers and mavericks alike, this feature film explores the art of the documentary, from inside out. WIth Albert Maysles, Errol Morris, Nick Bloomfield, and 30 other leading documentarians.
Carts of Darkness
Take a bumpy ride across North Vancouver’s posh streets with this high-adrenaline film about a group of homeless men who combine bottle picking with extreme shopping cart racing.
From The Big Bang to Tuesday Morning
Zip through an absurdist version of the evolution of life on planet Earth with this slick Claude Cloutier short.
Watch this Oscar-nominated stop-motion short about a woman who faces the kindness and menace of strangers as well as some old demons of her own during a long night aboard the night train.
Qallunaat! Why White People Are Funny
Poking fun at the Inuit people’s status as “exotic” documentary subjects, this satirical film examines the strange and curious customs of <em>Qallunaat</em>: the Inuit word for white people.
RiP! A Remix Manifesto
Web activist and filmmaker Brett Gaylor explores issues of copyright in the information age, mashing up the media landscape of the 20th century and shattering the wall between users and producers.
Dive deep into influential Canadian animator Ryan Larkin’s life, art, and personal struggles with this riveting Oscar®-winning animated short by Chris Landreth.
When Princess Betty falls under a strange sleeping spell, the King calls the entire kingdom for help. But will a kiss really be enough to wake her?
The Danish Poet
A poet attempts to answer some big questions: what chains of events lead up to love, birth, death, and everything in between? This charming short won the 2006 Animated Short Oscar®.
The Devil You Know: Inside the Mind of Todd McFarlane
Meet one of the most fascinating and innovative men in popular entertainment today: Todd McFarlane, creator of fictional superhero Spawn. Driven, controversial, relentless, McFarlane also lives a happy suburban life married to his childhood sweetheart.