50 years after Bill C-150, five LGBTQ2+ artists reflect on contemporary queer life.
Author : Philip Lewis
Angelina McLeod returns to the Shoal Lake 40 First Nation to participate in a momentous collective action.
ImagineNATIVE is turning 20 this year and the NFB, a long-time friend of the festival, is heading to the anniversary edition with nine projects — a slate that includes four world premieres.
The term ‘archival material’ covers a dizzying spectrum of possibilities, everything from radio interviews to family snapshots, and it can provide the lifeblood to a historical documentary. Just ask Courtney...
“It was important for me to get the truth out there, from our own perspective, and do it with the respect and integrity that comes from our community. That’s been...
The NFB is heading to Canada’s fall festivals with a slate pulsating with contemporary energy and vision, with no fewer than five titles getting world premieres at this year’s edition of TIFF.
It was a fine day in Masset: August 22, 1969. For the first time in living memory a traditional totem pole was being raised in the community. Surrounded by their...
Requiem in ice: Ottawa animator Chris Dainty remembers artist Shannon Jamieson.
"Canada, are you ready to see what needs to be seen?” Indigenous filmmaking flourishes at the NFB.
With Five Feminist Minutes 2019, four contemporary directors have made shorts in the spirit of the original series, each citing a title from the 1990 program as inspiration.
Marking its 80th year, Canada's public producer heads to Hot Docs with 23 films.
The NFB & Hot Docs salute Five Feminist Minutes - a groundbreaking project from Studio D.