What does it mean to be Canadian? I’ve often struggled with this question. Growing up in the 1990s, I began to doubt whether I would ever be part of the “Canadian identity”.
Did you know that NFB Education updates its films, playlists, and educational offers every week? Here's everything new on NFB Education this January!
As we wrap up the year, we thought it would be fun to look at the Top 10 most-watched films 2018. It’s a great mix, and is sure to make for some great viewing during the holidays.
Inspired by Evelyn Lambart’s Mr. Frog Went A-Courting, David Van Poppel, a passionate NFB fan, went as far as writing a song.
This Boxing Day, enjoy 25% off the digital download of our most popular docs from the past year! Sale ends DECEMBER 28th at 11:59pm EST!
Celebrate 2019 by bringing NFB Education into your classroom! Discover everything NFB Education has to offer for you and your students!
Every year, our team partakes in a little activity that we’ve all become really fond of: our end-of-year staff picks.
Released in 1994, Villeneuve’s short immediately jumped out at me from the titles in the NFB’s collection, as it offers a glimpse of the successful director’s early work.
The Amina Profile is a rich resource for educators focusing on the intersecting topics of identity politics, global geopolitics, and relationships in the age of social and digital media.
This week on NFB.ca we focused on the intersection between cinema and dance, using the former to explore the latter. Watch 5 films on the art of dance.
I first came across Rocks at Whiskey Trench as supplemental course material during my undergrad. Initially, I was interested in the film because it spotlighted an element of the Oka Crisis of 1990
Enjoy a mini-lesson on Hedgehog's Home! In this post, teachers will find several activities, questions, and topics designed to help them lead in-class discussions with students aged 10-12!