Requiem in ice: Ottawa animator Chris Dainty remembers artist Shannon Jamieson.
Author : Philip Lewis
"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.
On March 5, 2016 the National Film Board of Canada announced a formal commitment to achieving gender parity in production by 2019. “The NFB’s commitment to gender equity builds on...
The latest incarnation of Hothouse, the NFB’s world-renowned animation mentorship program, kicks off on February 18, fuelled by all the dynamism and vision of a new wave of Indigenous storytellers...
2018 ended on a high note for the NFB. Two NFB productions have made it onto TIFF’s prestigious Top Ten list — Patrick Bouchard’s masterful stop motion animation The Subject...
What Baba Yaga wants: Animators Dale Haywood and Sylvie Trouvé craft gothic 3D-printed animation.
With Deyzangeroo, now available online, filmmaker Ehsan Gharib infuses ancient Iranian lunar ritual with powerful new resonance in awesome animation.
More popular than ever but notoriously hard to finance, the creative feature documentary is flourishing at the National Film Board.
Astra Taylor's passionate movie essay on imperilled state of democracy is among timely NFB projects on 2018 fall festival circuit.