Educators can use these three NFB films to discuss gender identity in classes such as history, media studies, civics, and English.
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The NFB’s Quebec Atlantic Studio is calling for artful short documentaries by both emerging and established filmmakers to be developed and produced over 12-18 months beginning September 2018.
This year, seven of Canada’s greatest performing arts stars and champions were awarded a Governor General’s Performing Arts Award, a prestigious annual distinction presented in collaboration with the National Arts Center. As is now tradition, we produced a series of short documentary films that celebrate the artistic achievements of this year's laureates.
Remember when your teacher would come into the classroom, wheeling in the television and VCR, and pop in an NFB film? Well, I bet they never showed you any of these…
We're thrilled to announce you can now watch the second edition of films from our 5 Short Project Anthology online, for free!
Meet Mabel Robinson, a 90-year-old hairdressing pioneer who's still styling up a storm in Hubbards, Nova Scotia.