Treaty education is integral to understanding Indigenous culture. Enlighten your students with a post that details the history behind Treaties and Treaty-making in Canada.
Posts Tagged “Trick or Treaty?”
NFB Education is proud to partner with the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation to help teachers educate students about Indigenous realities during National Truth and Reconciliation Week, as well...
This mini-lesson on Trick or Treaty? provides teachers with activities and questions to lead discussions on treaties for students aged 15-17.
To celebrate Canadian film excellence, we and Canada Screens have a selection of films from previous TIFF editions at a discounted rental rate of $1.99!
With the current conversations surrounding the abysmal under-representation of female directors in Hollywood we’ve decided to highlight the fantastic history and confidence the NFB has, and continues to have, with female directors.
Learn about the impact and effects of the historic James Bay Treaty and how Indigenous youth are challenging many of its outcomes.
Films are wonderful civic education tools. They awaken our curiosity and sharpen our analytical skills. Introduce your students to the art of debate with NFB Films.
Over the past 6 months, the members of the NFB programming team have screened hundreds of documentaries from around the world to create a premiere destination for you, the film lovers...
Check out our latest offering of films available for FREE public screening at public libraries across Canada. Watch a few trailers, and decide what you want to see in your community this spring. There's something for everyone—kids and adults alike!
Find out how the NFB's Atlantic-Quebec Studio is exactly like chocolate bark.
We're gearing up for the Toronto International Film Festival with 5 NFB films in the running. Check out some trailers and clips here. See you at the fest!