Five short films produced by the National Film Board of Canada that have won Best Theatrical Short at the Canadian Film Awards.
Helicopter Canada was filmed by the National Film Board of Canada for Canada's centennial. It features views of Canada as seen from a helicopter.
I made The Forbidden Reel because I believe film preservation begins with viewers. It begins with anyone who has seen an Afghan film—or a clip from one—and wants to keep them alive for the next generation.
There were a few ideas about the filming of The Tournament that I thought were essential to show the aspects of para sport that I wanted the audience to see. First, we decided not to film the adults; the film is about the kids.
Acclaimed animators Andreas Hykade and Jean-François Lévesque recently sat down to discuss their experiences, their creative processes and how faith has shaped them.
As the gun control debate rages amid frequent senseless tragedies in both the US and Canada, the subject of the film GunKillers appears to me even more timely and relevant.
Every user who experiences Motto—reading the story, contributing their clips—nourishes its archive of material: the library of wiggling toes and ravishing trash, "things that are soft" and "things that are square."
The documentary I Am Skylar was filmed just before Skylar reached puberty. She is now 15 years old. I asked her about her life since the production was completed.
The purpose of the film is not to preach to the choir, or to experts, but to raise questions in the viewer’s mind.
You can now “visit” the Parliament of Canada both virtually and online, thanks to a new co-production between the Library of Parliament and the NFB.
As we grapple with a surreal and shifting new isolated reality, The Song and the Sorrow, with its contemplation of mental health, resonates in its message.
A look at The Hecklers, a 1975 documentary on the 200 year history of the political cartoon in Canada. From the Battle of the Plains of Abraham to today.