This week on NFB.ca we focused on the intersection between cinema and dance, using the former to explore the latter. Watch 5 films on the art of dance.
I first came across Rocks at Whiskey Trench as supplemental course material during my undergrad. Initially, I was interested in the film because it spotlighted an element of the Oka Crisis of 1990
This week on NFB.ca we looked at four films that explore different stories of inspiring individuals living with disabilities. Watch them now.
Reboots, sequels, and prequels are all the rage when it comes to entertainment these days, and the NFB boasts its fair share. Watch 5 of them today.
In advance of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, we’ve spent this past week focusing on films that explore this devastating issue.
Attiya Khan, a counsellor who advocates for survivors of violence, turns the lens on herself and her abusive ex-boyfriend in this riveting documentary.
When director Jari Osborne sat me down for lunch one day to discuss the possibility of making a film about sex and disability, I was definitely interested.
Talking at Night, a short film from Doc Lab Saskatchewan, presents the people inside Saskatoon's Mobile Crisis Centre and the challenges they face.
In honour of Remembrance Day, watch 4 films and one 13-part series that delve into the experience of war and the lives of soldiers.
Until March 31, 2019, the Canadian War Museum in Ottawa is presenting three original NFB works about World War I.
After his brilliant portraits of adolescents (Guidelines) and the elderly (Journey’s End), Jean-François Caissy has gone on to explore the world of young adults joining the Canadian Armed Forces.
Slap on a pair of skates, and hit the ice for six hockey films that are pucking awesome.