50 years after Bill C-150, five LGBTQ2+ artists reflect on contemporary queer life.
Posts Tagged “NFB”
ImagineNATIVE is turning 20 this year and the NFB, a long-time friend of the festival, is heading to the anniversary edition with nine projects — a slate that includes four world premieres.
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More popular than ever but notoriously hard to finance, the creative feature documentary is flourishing at the National Film Board.
While distinct from each other in style and subject, the five new features that the NFB is sending to Hot Docs this year share a common ethical approach to documentary...
Wondering what we've got cooking this year? We're here to satisfy your appetite! Here's a sneak-peek at 5 of our upcoming projects.
Growing up in Calgary Cheryl Foggo looked forward to the annual Stampede with excitement, but began wondering why her own ancestors, African-American homesteaders on the Canadian Prairies, were absent from Alberta’s foundation myth. With John Ware Reclaimed, she’s shining a light on the underwritten history of Alberta’s Black pioneers and the remarkable life of John Ware.
Educator Carol Arcus’s blog post draws on films from NFB Education’s collection to explore the theme of this year’s Media Literacy Week: “Inclusion in a Connected World.” The learning activities suggested here can help students think critically about media and teach them how to build compassionate global communities.
Toronto's red-hot youth basketball scene is profiled in True North, an upcoming web series by Ryan Sidhoo.
The headquarters of Afghan Film occupy unassuming premises, one of many bullet-scared structures in central Kabul, with little indicating its vital role in Afghanistan’s cultural history. Yet it was from...
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.
Jay Cardinal Villeneuve got the idea while working with the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. The Cree/Métis filmmaker had been hired by the Commission to record testimony from adult survivors of Canada’s residential schools system and among those who came forward to tell their stories was Lena Wandering Spirit.