This edition of Curator’s Perspective is highlighting some of the work done by Asian-Canadian filmmakers or filmmakers of Asian descent at the National Film Board.
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Animals are awesome. Animated films are awesome. So, be them furry, scaly or feathery, these six adorable tales of animated animals will be sure to entertain you!
It's no secret that the universe is a treasure trove of unsolved mysteries. We've got some questions and we're hoping you might have the answers.
In honour of the Day of the Dead today, watch 10 powerful NFB films that skillfully tackle the eternal topic of death and dying.
Large or small, of modest or exuberant plumage, birds are endlessly fascinating creatures. They possess that magical ability: flight, and their wee hearts continually move them to sing, as the Chinese proverb goes, not because they have an answer, but simply because they have a song.
Virtuoso animator Ishu Patel is a rare sort of talent. His works, addictive, bite-sized meditations on the human experience, are both philosophical and eye-popping. Born in Gujarat, India, Ishu Patel...
Walk in the footsteps of one extremely chill prince-turned-“Awakened One” with these 5 NFB doc about buddhism and the Buddha.
Check out these 5 geometry-inspired works by renowned NFB animators. They're short, colourful, and mesmerizing! What more could you want? Start watching now.
Discover this richly-illustrated Ishu Patel animated short about birds, beauty, gilded captivity and the true cost of freedom.