One of the most powerful films I’ve ever seen is Donald Brittain’s Fields of Sacrifice, a documentary he made in 1963 about the Canadian soldiers who were killed during the two world wars.
Discover NFB films through the eyes of Albert Ohayon, the National Film Board of Canada’s English collection curator since 1995.
Margot Kidder's first film, The Best Damn Fiddler From Calabogie to Kaladar, a one-hour drama, was made at the National Film Board of Canada.
The 1969 Oscar nominated short film Blake follows Blake James, a free spirit who flies in his homebuilt biplane across Canada.
The story of the NFB feature film Don`t Let the Angels Fall, the first Canadian feature drama to play in competition at the Cannes Film Festival.
Eighty National Film Board of Canada productions are chosen by collection curator Albert Ohayon in honour of the institution's 80th anniversary.
Nine hidden gems from the National Film Board of Canada's rich collection to help you celebrate National Canadian Film Day.
A look at two documentaries from the NFB's Challenge for Change program showing innovative solutions to public transit problems in two Canadian cities.
The story of the award winning Canadian feature film One Man, directed by Robin Spry and starring Len Cariou and Jayne Eastwood.
Chances are, when someone tells you they’ve moved to a new house or apartment, the first thing you’ll ask them about is their commute.
A look at Herring Hunt, an Oscar nominated short from the National Film Board of Canada starring Bruno Gerussi of The Beachcombers fame.
Free trade. Tariffs. Protectionism. Conflict between the Prime Minister of Canada and the President of the United States. It seems these issues are in the news on a daily basis...
Enjoy the story of the creation of the North-West Mounted Police (eventual RCMP) in Western Canada in 1873 as told by filmmaker extraordinaire Colin Low.