An overview of four National Film Board of Canada animated short films on Greek Mythology and beyond. From Syrinx to Icarus to the ErlKing.
Explore our vast collection of animated films and get info about the world of animation in general.
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.
An internationalist impulse has fuelled NFB animation from the get-go, instilled at the outset by Norman McLaren, the cosmopolitan and wildly inventive young Scot who founded the tradition back in...
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.
Acclaimed animators Andreas Hykade and Jean-François Lévesque recently sat down to discuss their experiences, their creative processes and how faith has shaped them.
Enjoy a mini-lesson on Flawed! In this post, teachers will find several activities, questions, and topics designed to help them lead in-class discussions with students aged 12+!
Produced by La Pastèque and the NFB in partnership with Télé-Québec, the web series The Great List of Everything is now online.
As we wrap up the year, we thought it would be fun to look at the Top 10 most-watched NFB films of 2019. It’s a great mix, and is sure to make for some enjoyable viewing during the holidays.
We have hundreds of films that can be viewed free of charge on our site, and this list is a fun little place for you to start watching the hidden gems you might have missed throughout the year.
This year, we’ve selected frames from some classic NFB animated films for you to colour in. So why not try your hand at being an animator and bring these scenes to life!
The Procession is the first collaboration between illustrator and graphic novel writer Pascal Blanchet and animator and filmmaker Rodolphe Saint-Gelais.
In some ways, The Physics of Sorrow is a culmination of Theodore Ushev’s work to date. It’s an epic, pained and deeply personal musing on the wounds of a generation of people in exile—not from their homeland but from themselves.