Creative young people across the country once again took up the Canada Day Challenge to explore Canadian history, culture and identity.
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As the Crow Flies provides a rare insider’s glimpse into the Royal Canadian Air Cadets’ intensive seven-week flight training camp. Filmmaker Tess Girard sat down with one of the female subjects to discuss life before, during and after the film.
Discover a selection of study guides designed to get high school students talking and thinking critically about NFB films and the thought-provoking topics they explore.
Inspired by the immersive experience Kyma, Power of Waves, presented at the Rio Tinto Alcan Planetarium in Montreal, this blog post explores the phenomenon of waves in their many different forms through 360° video clips.
Help students look past headlines and explore the hidden beauty of Canada’s religious diversity with the interactive film The Faith Project.
As Tesla World Light heads to Cannes 2017, catch an in-depth interview with its avant-garde creator, Matthew Rankin.
Inspire your students by following artist Pete Clarkson in his effort to make sense of the tsunami debris washing up on the shores of Canada.
Learn more about Kyma, a new immersive projection experience created by Philippe Baylaucq for the Montreal Planetarium.
As Canada marks the 150th anniversary of Confederation, the NFB is offering up special online programming and public events across the country that put Canadians in touch with their nation’s stories.
Enjoy a quick interview with Brenda Baumgarten, the Toronto-based artist who made the puppets for François Lévesque's upcoming short animation, The Awakening.
Upcoming Animation | Meet Éric Goulet, armature designer for Jean-François Lévesques's upcoming NFB animated film, The Awakening.
*This post is a translation. Read the original here. Well, I cried. Watching these touching documentaries on millennials, or more generally on children and teens during crucial stages in their...