Grant Munro was one of the pioneers in the animation studio at the NFB. Hired by Norman McLaren right out of art school, he started off in the titles department....
We're delving right back into our series about Everyday Heroes with an obvious choice - doctors. Enjoy 5 films that demonstrate their work.
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.
Whales are magnificent creatures, capturing the imagination and admiration of people everywhere. Watch 5 films about these mammals who live in the water.
The seminal NFB Candid Eye television series was one of the first direct cinema series where filmmakers filmed events as they were happening, unscripted.
Unsung heroes are all around us; sometimes we see them, sometimes we don't. This series focuses on those heroes, and how they contribute to our society.
Approximately 20 percent of Canadians live with mental health problems. Watch 3 films that offer 3 different perspectives on issues of mental health.
Not all animation is meant for children. In a follow-up to our first Adult Animation post, here are 5 more films to watch after the kids go to bed.
It's spring break season across Canada. If your kids are going to spend any time in front of a screen, make the most of it and have them watch some fun and educational films from the NFB!
In light of the youth-led revolution over gun control in the US right now, here are 5 NFB films about other examples of youth-inspired change.
This spring, the NFB Film Club is offering you a rich selection of both short and feature-length films, including several newly released docs.
Discover Colin Low, one of the pillars of the NFB; a man whose career included work on more than 200 productions, spanning a 60-year career.