For decades, the NFB has been at the forefront of innovation in cinema. Now, we're excited to introduce an all new experimentation lab: NFB/ONFxp.
It’s Oscar® time, and this year we’re extra excited because we’ve got a horse in the race. Well, maybe not a horse, but we do have a pig, a dog, an ape… well, you’ll see.
This week on NFB Pause, we introduce you to Randall Finnerty and Eloi Champagne, two of the technical wizards in our animation department.
Sit down and get ready for a four course meal of films that are all about food!
Let us blow you away with 4 entertaining and educational films all about the science of weather, climate and atmosphere!
Since its inception in 1939, the NFB has produced countless films on the subject of war. The common thread running through all these works: How do you go about filming a war?
Love and relationships were all the rage this week as we celebrated Valentine’s Day. One day a year dedicated to romance. Here, we celebrate with film.
This week on NFB.ca, we explored Black History through five different films. From animation to documentary, there's something for all ages.
For some of us, winter means fun, fun and more fun! So psyche yourselves up with four films about wintertime activities.
Every year, Bell Media puts aside one day to raise money and funds for mental health. This year it was January 30, and we featured 3 films.
Skin for Skin is the latest outing for filmmakers Carol Beecher and Kevin Kurytnik. “We wanted to create a contemporary Canadian myth that went further than events and names and dates and numbers.“
The latest incarnation of Hothouse, the NFB’s world-renowned animation mentorship program, kicks off on February 18, fuelled by all the dynamism and vision of a new wave of Indigenous storytellers...