Watching films that deal with phobias is especially efficient, because if it gets to be too much, you can stop the movie and walk away.
I’ve been making my own ink for almost 10 years now as the founder of the Toronto Ink Company. This urban-foraged ink company began in my kitchen with an ingredient...
Unarchived opens the door to probe and introduce stories that make for a shared history of British Columbia and Canada. For the most part, the multiple stories told by the...
To commemorate the 10th anniversary of Willie Dunn’s passing, this instalment of Curator’s Perspective explores and showcases the films made by this acclaimed Mi’kmaq artist at the NFB.
CH0M5KY vs CHOMSKY: A look behind the scenes of an interactive experience that uses artificial intelligence to create a conversion with an AI.
In keeping with 20 incredible years of nurturing new Canadian talent, Hothouse has returned with a fresh crop of promising animators offering their spin on this edition’s theme, “Small Things Considered.”
This edition of Curator’s Perspective is dedicated to revisiting Chile’s coup d’état through the eyes of various NFB filmmakers
For Indigenous communities, especially two-spirited people, our gender and sexuality are intertwined with our culture instead of being separate from it.
Tagaq’s co-director and collaborator, Chelsea McMullan, didn’t exactly know what they were in for when the two joined forces for Ever Deadly, which is ostensibly a documentary about Tagaq but also functions as a concert doc, and a love letter to Inuit culture.
One of the best parts about sharing a film at festivals is being able to field great questions and feed audience curiosity, often by sharing anecdotes about what happened behind the scenes. Here are some of the stories we got to share in-person with audiences over the past months.
After graduating from the UBC Film Production program back in 2004, I had no idea where or if my degree would take me anywhere. I was more afraid of entering the real world than my immigrant parents, who let their youngest daughter pursue a degree in the fine arts.
Seems like an oxymoron, but while I was drowning in the deep end of sorrow, I discovered the absolute safest place for me was riding a motorcycle.