New on NFB Education – September 2020
Did you know that NFB Education updates its films, playlists, and educational offers every week? With so much content constantly being added to our site, we know it can be hard to keep up—especially when you’re busy. With that in mind, we’ve created a handy guide that teachers can reference.
Check back every month for more documentaries, animation, and resource learning materials you can use in the classroom!
Here’s everything new on NFB Education this September!
EDUCATIONAL FILMS ON CAMPUS
When Balakrishna, an Indian elephant, arrived in the town of East River, Nova Scotia, in 1967, no one was more in awe of the creature than young Winton Cook, who became inseparable from his mammoth new friend.
Bubble is an interactive story that projects us into a Montreal +2°C where humans must survive hostile environmental conditions.
Standing on the Line
This doc about homophobia in sports explores the difficulty and impact of coming out in this macho world.
Jordan River Anderson, The Messenger
The story of Jordan River Anderson, a man who initiated a battle for the right of First Nations and Inuit children to receive the same standard of social, health and educational services as the rest of the Canadian population.
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