« Kanehsatake, 270 years of resistance » celebrates the 25th anniversary of its release in 2018. While the documentary enjoyed enormous success, its launch was not without problems.
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From education to immigration, from the environment to health care, the NFB makes films that touch on the issues that matter to Canadians.
One year ago, we launched our Indigenous Action Plan with the goal of responding to the TRC's work and recommendation. We figure it's time for an update on our progress.
The NFB Quebec Atlantic Studio and LJH Films are proud to announce the winning Nunatsiavummiut submissions for the Labrador Doc Project.
Thursday, May 3, is World Press Freedom Day, a day designed to honour freedom of the press and freedom of expression. Mark the occasion with these 4 films.
While distinct from each other in style and subject, the five new features that the NFB is sending to Hot Docs this year share a common ethical approach to documentary...
With the centre block closing for 10 years for renovations, we've found 3 films that offer a tour of Parliament, along with the rest of Ottawa.
Enjoy the Indigenous Cinema page, a site that brings together 130 titles in from our unparalleled collection of films by Indigenous directors.
Not unlike a delicious smorgasbord, Canada is a mixture of different things. In this collection, we’ve chosen five films that illustrate the immigrant experience in Canada.
The NFB Quebec Atlantic Studio and LJH Films is calling for proposals for creative documentary shorts by Nunatsiavummiut, ages 18 and up, from or in Labrador, for the Labrador Doc Project.
This week, we celebrate International Women's Day with some of our marketing managers' favourite female-centric NFB films. Enjoy.
Following our announcement about achieving gender parity by 2020 in key creative positions, we're proud to announce our results after just one year.
This spring, the NFB Film Club is offering you a rich selection of both short and feature-length films, including several newly released docs.