In Search of the Bowhead Whale (directed by Bill Mason) documents a World Wildlife Fund expedition in Icy Cape Alaska looking for the elusive Bowhead whale.
Posts Tagged “Inuit”
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.
Discover the life and works of acclaimed Inuit artists like Kenojuak Ashevak and Andrew Qappik with this great selection of short films celebrating art from the Arctic.
Celebrate Universal Children's Day with these stunning photos from Eskimo Children on Baffin Island, by Doug Wilkinson (How to Build an Igloo).
Everyone loves a good myth, especially when it is proven to be patently untrue. This week on NFB.ca we are highlighting five films about myths that have been busted. Long...
Ensure your students have a good grasp of intercultural studies by using the world’s largest inuit films collection and its study guide.
March 4, Iqaluit. The doors have just opened at the Astro movie theatre, where Bonnie Ammaaq is about to attend the local premiere of her new short documentary Nowhere Land....
Wanna get to know Norway through the magic of cinema? From skiing to fishing to Norwegian art and design, you'll love this tiny nation's persona.
Educators: explore rewarding, and even groundbreaking, careers in earth sciences with your students by watching Science at the Top of the World.
Educators: draw inspiration from Indigenous pedagogies such as narrative approach and empathy to explore the concept of identity with your students.
The Canadian Arctic is not a place most of us know too well. What’s up there, really? We imagine vast white expanses, ice floes bobbing around, the odd snowmobile or...
Discover Oscar-winning animator Co Hoedeman's pair of short stop motion films illustrating Inuit legends with sealskin puppets.