As we wrap up the year, we thought it would be fun to look at the Top 10 most-watched NFB films of 2019. It’s a great mix, and is sure to make for some enjoyable viewing during the holidays.
We have hundreds of films that can be viewed free of charge on our site, and this list is a fun little place for you to start watching the hidden gems you might have missed throughout the year.
This year, we’ve selected frames from some classic NFB animated films for you to colour in. So why not try your hand at being an animator and bring these scenes to life!
A ticking clock. A cataclysmic bang. And then they just disappeared… In one deft flourish Marta Pajek plunges us into the richly imagined universe of Impossible Figures and Other Stories...
50 years after Bill C-150, five LGBTQ2+ artists reflect on contemporary queer life.
At the far-flung edge of Canada’s boreal forest, outside the tiny sub-Arctic town of Dawson City, Yukon, a handful of unlikely farmers are growing everything from snow-covered Brussels sprouts to apples.
One of the most powerful films I’ve ever seen is Donald Brittain’s Fields of Sacrifice, a documentary he made in 1963 about the Canadian soldiers who were killed during the two world wars.
Angelina McLeod returns to the Shoal Lake 40 First Nation to participate in a momentous collective action.
The Procession is the first collaboration between illustrator and graphic novel writer Pascal Blanchet and animator and filmmaker Rodolphe Saint-Gelais.
ImagineNATIVE is turning 20 this year and the NFB, a long-time friend of the festival, is heading to the anniversary edition with nine projects — a slate that includes four world premieres.
Margot Kidder's first film, The Best Damn Fiddler From Calabogie to Kaladar, a one-hour drama, was made at the National Film Board of Canada.
When asked about her creative process, Alanis Obomsawin, the renowned Abenaki filmmaker, always says that first she listens—without a camera in the room—to people share their stories