Over the past three or four years, climate changes have been a core concern of NFB filmmakers, who have produced several films on the subject. But have such concerns always existed in NFB films?
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The fourth week of at-home education brings us stories of shamans, tales from the environment, and a peek inside highrise buildings around the world.
Discover Beyond Ice: a unique interactive experience from the NFB at the Canadian Museum of Nature's new Canada Goose Arctic Gallery!
It’s back-to-school time again! Explore 6 films on diversity, Indigenous heritage and sustainable development to help you fuel your ideas and plan your classes.
Sometimes films are definitely a product of their era. Watch 5 outdated films for kids about water that are still frighteningly relevant and educational.
Inspire your students by following artist Pete Clarkson in his effort to make sense of the tsunami debris washing up on the shores of Canada.
Ensure your students have a good grasp of intercultural studies by using the world’s largest inuit films collection and its study guide.
Discover I love potatoes, our new interactive game designed to change the world... one potato at a time.
Roughly 7 billion of us share this planet and half of us live in densely populated cities. Watch 3 films that explore our relationship with urban living.
Use the Green Paradise series to focus on environmental and ecological concerns with your students and teach about ecotourism.
Updated April 23, 2015. It’s a thrilling yarn of man and nature — a maverick eco-warrior, tough and slightly unhinged, and a towering myth of a tree. As a surveyor...
Written by Ashley Catania, NFB Education Specialist, and Claudia Sicondolfo, NFB Education Team Leader Though the winter snows may soon blanket everything in white, we know that educators will still...