Motto is an unidentified digital object that can’t be reduced to a genre or a school. A NFB production, Motto is the work of Vincent Morisset’s digital creation studio, AATOAA, in collaboration with Montreal novelist Sean Michaels. Here’s a look back at the three years of work that brought Motto to our pockets.
The third documentary by Gentille M. Assih was inspired by the courage of three immigrants who experienced intimate partner violence.
Far from Bashar won’t change the course of the war in Syria. It may, however, succeed in making some of us a little more open to those affected by it.
The documentary trilogy Protection Force on Canadian Peacekeeping in the former Yugoslavia is discussed in detail.
An overview of four National Film Board of Canada animated short films on Greek Mythology and beyond. From Syrinx to Icarus to the ErlKing.
Shannon was made to feel uncomfortable for being gay. This film is going to make you feel uncomfortable, but that’s why her story is so important.
With Moments of Life, we want to increase public awareness of the experience of parents living through perinatal grief
When I first started planning What Is Democracy? in earnest in 2014, I didn’t quite realize just how relevant the project would eventually be.
On the morning of October 16, 1970, filmmaker Robin Spry listened to the radio as he made breakfast. Like many of his fellow citizens, he was stunned to learn that the War Measures Act had come into force in Quebec.
The 1965 short film The Red Kite follows a man who discovers the meaning of life one Autumn day spending time with his daughter.
When I sent in my film proposal for the 10th Tremplin Competition in 2018, I had no idea that I’d be embarking on such an adventure.
An internationalist impulse has fuelled NFB animation from the get-go, instilled at the outset by Norman McLaren, the cosmopolitan and wildly inventive young Scot who founded the tradition back in...