In October 1964, the National Film Board sent director Don Owen and a small crew to film a college campus tour featuring four of Canada’s poets: Irving Layton, Earle Birney,...
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To mark the occasion of the online release of First Stripes, filmmaker spoke to us about his film.
Looking to learn more about the incredible traditions, stories, and history of Canada's Indigenous peoples? Enjoy our selection of 5 films that you can download for just $0.99 each!
Discover the physical, mental, and spiritual dimensions of running in 5 cinematic gems about athletes who run for their lives.
Want to know what your friendly neighbourhood NFB blogger Jovana recommends? Explore the best of the best in the NFB's online collection of films.
In the mood for music? Take a tour through 6 moody and melodic jazz films, just in time for jazz festival season across Canada. Oscar Peterson! Lenny Breau! Jane Bunnett! The music never stops here!
Ah, the romance of an era long gone. Take a tour through a sumptuous selection of stylish, seductive, and sonorous black-and-white films from the 1960s. It'll almost feel like you were there...
Not sure what to watch? Get to know your friendly public film producer with the best films we've made over our 75-year history. No lemons here! Only the best of the best.
Join us for a plunge into romance as we explore the most romantic NFB films in our collection.
Check out these eye-bending and mind-twisting psychedelic NFB posters from days gone by. Optical illusions! Pop art! The excitement never ends!
In 1984, the Toronto International Film Festival ranked Nobody Waved Good-bye number 9 on their list of the top 10 Canadian feature films of all time. Read about how the film evolved and how it became such a seminal work.
These days, society has figured out pretty much all there is to figure out about teenagers. Sure, teens are reckless, awkward, sloppy and brimming with attitude. Sure, they’re a significant...