To mark Expo 67 and as part of the festivities surrounding the 375th of Montreal (happy birthday!), the McCord Museum and the NFB have teamed up to suggest you dive into 1960s fashion.
Legacies 150 is a series of interactive photo and illustration essays reflecting on legacy and inheritance a century and a half into Canadian Confederation. These first-person stories explore where we come from, who we are, and what kind of nation we are becoming.
Mark the end of the Vietnam War (30 April 1975) with these powerful photographs taken from Michael Rubbo's seminal 1970 documentary, Sad Song of Yellow Skin.
100th anniversary of Vimy Ridge | Reflect on the price of war with these incredible stills from Claude Cloutier's short animation The Trenches (2010).
Jump into spring with these fun, carefree photos of young girls at play in the backstreets of Montreal in the mid-1970s.
Take a look inside Kingston's infamous high security prison with these amazing photographs from A Warehouse for Bodies, a short 1979 doc about life inside Kingston Pen.
If anyone could brings rocks to life, it was Bill Mason.
Travel to magical Fogo Island with these never-seen-before photos shot by legendary NFB filmmaker Colin Low in 1967.
Enjoy a great selection of photographs from the production of Canada the Land, a short doc made specially for the Osaka World Fair's Canada Pavilion in 1970.
Visit three families of Cree hunters as they set up winter camps deep in the bush with these great photos taken from our 1974 doc, Cree Hunters of Mistassini.
Enjoy these few photos that show R.C.A.F. airmen being taught how to stay alive in the event of a wilderness crash in Fort Nelson, BC, in 1953.
Take a quick break from your holiday preparations with these magical pictures from The Days Before Christmas (1958). Directed by 3 NFB heavyweights (Stanley Jackson, Wolf Koenig and Terence Macartney-Filgate), the...