Discover some hidden gems with our French collection curator, Marc St-Pierre, as he discusses the wonders of our archive in the latest episode of NFB Pause!
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The NFB Quebec Atlantic Studio and LJH Films is calling for proposals for creative documentary shorts by Nunatsiavummiut, ages 18 and up, from or in Labrador, for the Labrador Doc Project.
Following our announcement about achieving gender parity by 2020 in key creative positions, we're proud to announce our results after just one year.
Discover Home Cooked Music, Mike Maryniuk's kooky short doc about Lorne Collie, an unconventional inventor who creates unconventional instruments.
Happy Valentine's Day! Diane Obomsawin discusses the inspiration behind her latest, award-winning animated short film, I Like Girls.
How would you feel about helping to shape media-based education and growing your expertise with Canada’s iconic film and digital-media institution? The NFB is looking for engaged and inspiring teachers...
Discover Beyond Ice: a unique interactive experience from the NFB at the Canadian Museum of Nature's new Canada Goose Arctic Gallery!
This winter, the NFB Film Club is offering you a rich selection of both short and feature-length films, including several newly released docs.
To mark Expo 67 and as part of the festivities surrounding the 375th of Montreal (happy birthday!), the McCord Museum and the NFB have teamed up to suggest you dive into 1960s fashion.
In working towards reconciliation, we are launching a 3-year plan to redefine our relationship with the Indigenous creators and partners we work with and the communities and audiences we serve.
Fifty years ago, Montreal opened its doors to the world for the most significant cultural event in its history: Expo 67. The year 2017 also marks the city’s 375th anniversary as well as Canada’s 150th... All the more reasons to celebrate Montreal's unforgettable world fair!
Discover Manivald, our new animated short that's just hitting the festival circuit. The film is a quirky and refreshing take on the difficult and delicate bonds between a mother and son.