The very first Indigenous-made film I saw was Richard Cardinal: Cry from a Diary of a Métis Child by Alanis Obomsawin, and it was the first time I felt that a filmmaker could understand Indigenous social-political issues.
This year, seven of Canada’s greatest performing arts stars and champions were awarded a Governor General’s Performing Arts Award, a prestigious annual distinction presented in collaboration with the National Arts Center.
Eighty National Film Board of Canada productions are chosen by collection curator Albert Ohayon in honour of the institution's 80th anniversary.
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.
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Nine hidden gems from the National Film Board of Canada's rich collection to help you celebrate National Canadian Film Day.
July 1994, not long after the Rwandan massacre, filmmakers Yvan Patry and Danièle Lacourse arrived on site. They were amongst the first foreign film crews to capture the aftermath.
World Theatre Day was celebrated this week, on March 27. Since 1961, that day has been set aside to promote theatre in all its forms across the world.
This week on NFB.ca, we dared to look at films that celebrate the coming of spring. You all felt it, right? Beneath the sub-zero temperatures and snow and rain and ice?
This week on NFB.ca we looked at science. From a feature-length documentary to a series of one-minute shorts, we’ve got something for every appetite.
A look at two documentaries from the NFB's Challenge for Change program showing innovative solutions to public transit problems in two Canadian cities.