My Top 10 NFB films of all time | Curator’s Perspective
April 22 is National Canadian Film Day, an annual event held in communities across the country (online only, this year) to celebrate Canada through Canadian film.
To help mark the occasion, I’ve put together a list of what I consider to be the top 10 NFB films of all time. I think these films deserve your time and appreciation. Obviously, this is a very subjective list, so I’ve most likely omitted films you consider to be among the best. If you feel I’ve missed a great film, please tell me about it in the comments.
Without further ado, here are my top 10 NFB films in reverse order:
Number 10: Black Soul
Number 9: Nahanni
Number 8: Fields of Sacrifice
Number 7: The Danish Poet
Number 6: Totem: The Return of the G’psgolox Pole
Number 5: Flamenco at 5:15
Number 4: Ladies and Gentlemen…Mr. Leonard Cohen
Number 3: The Big Snit
Number 2: Stories We Tell
Number 1: Waterwalker
Click on the link to see which titles my colleague Marc St-Pierre, the French collection curator, has chosen for his top 10.
Happy Canadian Film Day