The NFB Quebec Atlantic Studio is proud to announce the winning submissions for the Reimagining My Quebec project.
Posts Tagged “documentary”
As the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) winds to a close, we've got 5 more classic NFB films that appeared at the festival for you to watch free!
It's TIFF Time! Watch 3 trailers from this year's crop of NFB films at TIFF, and enjoy 4 free films from festivals past. Happy viewing!
School is back in session and summer is a distant memory. To help you through, watch 5 films that look at school from a different perspective.
Terence Macartney-Filgate was one of the earliest proponents of direct cinema at the NFB. Here are 5 examples of some of the finest work he produced.
Looking for great, free docs? We've put together a watch list of 5 feature-length documentaries released online over the past year.
Documentarian Courtney Montour seeks material on Mary Two-Axe Earley and her historic fight on behalf of Indigenous women.
Samara Grace Chadwick's first documentary, 1999, is an ambitious, intimate, and nuanced look at a community that is still shaken by the wave of suicides that swept through a high school in the late 1990s.
Discover 5 NFB films about real-life superheroes who may not have fought evil extraterrestrials or wrathful gods, but have made it their mission to serve the innocent or the less fortunate and push boundaries in their own, valiant way.
As the Crow Flies provides a rare insider’s glimpse into the Royal Canadian Air Cadets’ intensive seven-week flight training camp. Filmmaker Tess Girard sat down with one of the female subjects to discuss life before, during and after the film.
To celebrate World Teachers’ Day, we’ve put together 5 films on teachers, the important job they do, and how they impact our lives.
Do you want a peek behind the curtain at what the world of crime and punishment is really like? Our collection is home to many documentaries that capture the lives of criminals and law enforcement through the ages.