If anyone could brings rocks to life, it was Bill Mason.
Posts Tagged “photography”
Travel to magical Fogo Island with these never-seen-before photos shot by legendary NFB filmmaker Colin Low in 1967.
Enjoy a great selection of photographs from the production of Canada the Land, a short doc made specially for the Osaka World Fair's Canada Pavilion in 1970.
Take a quick break from your holiday preparations with these magical pictures from The Days Before Christmas (1958). Directed by 3 NFB heavyweights (Stanley Jackson, Wolf Koenig and Terence Macartney-Filgate), the...
Arguably the finest Canadian-born baseball player ever, Jenkins began his major-league career in Philadelphia before joining the Chicago Cubs in 1966, where King of the Hill catches up with him a few years later.
Most of us take most things for granted. Take for example clean running water, or electricity. Who ever thinks twice about being able to enjoy these luxuries?
The Canadian Prairies are just stunning, and it’s no wonder the NFB has enjoyed trailing its cameras over its grassy lands decade after decade. Check out some of the finest Prairie pictures in...
Take a trip down memory slope with these rare and incredible ski and après-ski photographs taken from the archives of Ski in the Valey of the Saints, and Ski Skill, two short documentaries from the mid-1940s.
Mark World Photo Day, a day where people come together to celebrate the magic that is photography, with 5 films on photographers on NFB.ca!
Meet our dynamic contest winner! Many talented students participated in the Canada Day Challenge, and you can hear all about Sarah's experience. Maybe you should enter next year, too. Spread the word!
Had enough of pictures of cats online? Check out these magnificent, adorable, and rascally wild creatures from the NFB archives—none of whom are cats!
The absurd, it would appear, acts as a tonic for the mind. A recent study published in Psychological Science established that people who had read a particularly absurd and confusing...