This week’s NFB.ca debut of the documentary Evan’s Drum (2021), by Inuit filmmaker Ossie Michelin, provides an opportunity to give an overview of Inuit cinema at the NFB.
Author : Marc St-Pierre
The NFB began producing educational material after the end of World War II. But what did this material actually consist of? Answer: the filmstrip.
Filmmaker Gilles Groulx was born in 1931 and would have turned 90 on August 30. The anniversary of his birthday is an opportunity to reflect on the significance of this director and his work.
On the morning of October 16, 1970, filmmaker Robin Spry listened to the radio as he made breakfast. Like many of his fellow citizens, he was stunned to learn that the War Measures Act had come into force in Quebec.
To mark the occasion of the online release of First Stripes, filmmaker spoke to us about his film.
Here’s a look back at one of Quebec cinema’s cult films, Gilles Groulx’s Le chat dans le sac (The Cat in the Bag), just in time for the release of previously unissued recordings by John Coltrane that appear on the film’s soundtrack.
As part of our ongoing preparations for the NFB’s move to downtown Montreal, we removed our iconic logo from the outside wall of our current headquarters. But what are its origins?
July 1994, not long after the Rwandan massacre, filmmakers Yvan Patry and Danièle Lacourse arrived on site. They were amongst the first foreign film crews to capture the aftermath.
Kanehsatake: 270 Years of Resistance celebrates the 25th anniversary of its release in 2018. While the documentary enjoyed enormous success, its launch was not without problems.
As the first woman animator in the country—and for nearly a quarter-century the only female animation filmmaker at the NFB—Evelyn Lambart enjoyed a prolific career marked by passion and invention.
A highlight of Montreal's Expo 67 was certainly the creation of the Labyrinth Pavilion by the NFB. Come and take a look inside!
Every year, the Labour Day weekend marks the end of summer holidays and ushers in the dreaded grind of work and school. But before you try to remember your math formulas or how to tie a Windsor knot, you still have a glorious weekend all to yourself. What better way to enjoy that time off than by watching some free movies?