Celebrate National Canadian Film Day with the top 10 National Film Board films of all time, as chosen by the NFB's Film Collection Curator, Albert Ohayon.
For her latest documentary, 24 Davids, Baril visited almost a dozen countries to meet people with big ideas on how to change the world.
The work of the Canadian Wildlife Service is highlighted in this classic 1970 documentary from the National Film Board of Canada.
To mark the occasion of the online release of First Stripes, filmmaker spoke to us about his film.
A few tips on gardening in small spaces are presented in the National Film Board documentary My Urban Garden.
For many years, filmmaker, educator and community worker Janine Windolph wasn’t sure if she would ever return to the land that held her family’s stories and memories.
Produced by La Pastèque and the NFB in partnership with Télé-Québec, the web series The Great List of Everything is now online.
What do we carry forward into the next 10 months of the year, after sharing experiences and stories from the Black diaspora through music, books, art exhibitions, workshops, dance, talk-back forums, cinema and theatre?
A look at 4 National Film Board films on the importance of Canadian radio throughout the years just in time for World Radio Day.
Canada's public film producer kicks off new decade with inventive flair.
Two National Film Board of Canada films on Curling are highlighted including the hilarious Gone Curling directed by John Howe.
Learn more about the ten projects that were recently greenlit for production across the NFB’s English Program, French Program and Interactive Studios.