“It was important for me to get the truth out there, from our own perspective, and do it with the respect and integrity that comes from our community. That’s been...
Enjoy the Indigenous Cinema page, a site that brings together 130 titles in from our unparalleled collection of films by Indigenous directors.
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.
Following our announcement about achieving gender parity by 2020 in key creative positions, we're proud to announce our results after just one year.
It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of one of the NFB’s long-time friends, former executive producer Ches Yetman.
Discover a Q&A with producer/director Aisling Chin-Yee and the conversation she's spearheading called #AfterMeToo.
Discover Beyond Ice: a unique interactive experience from the NFB at the Canadian Museum of Nature's new Canada Goose Arctic Gallery!
ImagineNATIVE 2017 kicks off today in Toronto, and we’re thrilled to have 13 projects at the festival this year.
To help mark #Canada150, the NFB is offering up special online programming and public events across the country that put Canadians in touch with their nation’s stories. Our third installment, What We Seek, celebrates our thirst for knowledge and discovery, and celebrates the intrepid expeditions and great Canadian inventions.
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. As is now tradition, we produced a series of short documentary films that celebrate the artistic achievements of this year's laureates.
In working towards reconciliation, we are launching a 3-year plan to redefine our relationship with the Indigenous creators and partners we work with and the communities and audiences we serve.
Fifty years ago, Montreal opened its doors to the world for the most significant cultural event in its history: Expo 67. The year 2017 also marks the city’s 375th anniversary as well as Canada’s 150th... All the more reasons to celebrate Montreal's unforgettable world fair!