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.
Posts Tagged “Birth of a Family”
This winter, the NFB Film Club is offering you a rich selection of both short and feature-length films, including several newly released docs.
ImagineNATIVE 2017 kicks off today in Toronto, and we’re thrilled to have 13 projects at the festival this year.
Jay Cardinal Villeneuve got the idea while working with the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. The Cree/Métis filmmaker had been hired by the Commission to record testimony from adult survivors of Canada’s residential schools system and among those who came forward to tell their stories was Lena Wandering Spirit.
In Toronto? Don't miss our 4 film premieres at the 24th edition of Hot Docs!
Documentary is Canada’s national art form because the history of our cinema — and, in important ways, the history of our country — has been written in documentary. If you...
A collaboration between Saskatoon journalist Betty Ann Adam and director Tasha Hubbard, both Scoop survivors, Birth of a Family chronicles an extraordinary gathering in Banff, where Betty Ann and her three siblings come together for the first time as a family unit.
Stay up-to-date with the NFB 's current production slate with these 5 titles to watch in 2017.
Take a first look at the many Indigenous-directed projects currently in development, production or release in the NFB's English Program.
It’s September 16, 2015, a busy Wednesday afternoon at the Calgary International Airport. A small NFB crew is about to document an extraordinary encounter — a crucial early scene in...