The NFB’s educational playlist of films on mental health can facilitate discussion with students and enhance your own professional and personal development. Discover our mental health resources.
It was 1972, the month of May, and an adventurous group of high school students and teachers from Hamilton, Ontario, boarded an Asia-bound plane and quietly made history. At a time when western perceptions of Maoist China were shaped by Cold War politics, they became the first to visit the country since the 1949 communist revolution.
Discover Rose's Notebook. This historical series follows Rose Dubois, a young French Canadian archivist. She describes her daily life and her thoughts as World War One is unfolding.
Skateboarding has a fascinating and controversial history: it was once (and still is) frowned upon as a misuse and abuse of public space, and it was loosely associated with petty criminality,...
Ensure your students have a good grasp of intercultural studies by using the world’s largest inuit films collection and its study guide.
2016 kicked off on a high note here at the NFB with news that Canada’s public producer has nabbed 19 Canadian Screen Award nominations – getting the nod in no...
Do Not Track takes users inside their own personal online history, revealing how companies can tell who you are, where you are, and what your online habits are like based solely on your browser history and the cookies stored on your computer. Digital literacy is a vital defence against this invasion of privacy.
Canadian francophone minorities have had to overcome a number of obstacles to claim their linguistic rights. The Fight for Francophone Rights takes you to a variety of regions across the country where speaking French is a daily battle.
Invite your students to participate in the 2016 Canada Day Challenge by submitting their creations in three categories: Draw it!, Snap it! and Write it!
In this film, 13-year-old Elisha invites us to share in the daily life of her family. Her parents, modest cacao farmers in Belize, teach the children the secrets of cacao trees and try to give them the tools they need to succeed in life.
Discover the NFB's WWII-era propaganda effort, and get ideas for teaching about Canadian identity and nationhood to secondary students.
Invite students to explore the emotions that come into play when we feel embarrassed by the behaviour of others, as well as the resources available to us to make the best of such situations.