The National Film Board of Canada is proud to announce the fourth edition of Jeunes Pousses. We’re once again welcoming a group of interns into our Montréal Interactive Studio—to let them hack us!
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A short documentary essay on solitude, filmed in Spanish and narrated by filmmaker Rosana Matecki, Saturday Night (2021) offers a poetic and bittersweet snapshot of aging in an urban setting, viewed through the lens of dance.
Using footage from security cameras, as well as video-call footage and home-video archives, Perfecting the Art of Longing is acclaimed filmmaker Kitra Cahana’s powerful collaboration with her father, Rabbi Ronnie Cahana, who suffered a devastating brainstem stroke that left him “locked in”.
The installation TRACES, on display as part of the Canada Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai, invites audiences to reflect on the imminent disappearance of some of the landscapes and species making up part of our environment.
Parties, DJs, MCs, urban dance styles, rap battles, radio and television programs: Montreal has moved to the rhythm of hip-hop for over forty years. But how did this movement really begin in Quebec? Do we know its true roots?
NFB XP is an exciting new incubator at the National Film Board designed for animators to test out new ideas and find technology solutions for animation problems.
Shannon was made to feel uncomfortable for being gay. This film is going to make you feel uncomfortable, but that’s why her story is so important.
With Moments of Life, we want to increase public awareness of the experience of parents living through perinatal grief
Participate in a 3-day guided design workshop in Miami. Submission deadline: October 6, 2020.
As the country and the world face the historic challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, production is now under way at the NFB on The Curve, a collection of approximately 30 projects by more than 40 Canadian creators.
For her latest documentary, 24 Davids, Baril visited almost a dozen countries to meet people with big ideas on how to change the world.
For many years, filmmaker, educator and community worker Janine Windolph wasn’t sure if she would ever return to the land that held her family’s stories and memories.