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Remember Africville
Canada at War, Part 13: The Clouded Dawn
David Thompson: The Great Mapmaker
Off to School
Human Rights
We Can't Make the Same Mistake Twice
We Were Children
Fat Chance
Indigenous Cinema in the Classroom Ages 15–18
Forbidden Love: The Unashamed Stories of Lesbian Lives
The Apology
Still Waiting for Justice
Finding Dawn
El Contrato
Death by Moonlight: Bomber Command
The Point
Pelekamoyo (C): Employees are safe
National Film Board of Canada
How to Build an Igloo
The Colour of Beauty
Survival in the Bush
Everette Bacon
From Sherbrooke to Brooks - Inside a Migration Corridor
NFB Pause: Animal Behaviour with Alison Snowden and David Fine
Kid Sentiment
They Chose China
The four siblings together for the first time at Banff. From left, Esther, Rose, Betty Ann and Ben. (NFB)
Troy Hurtubise, the star of the famed National Film Board (NFB) documentary Project
We Were Children: 2 Residential School Survivors Share Story in Powerful New Film
Kanehsatake: 270 Years of Resistance
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Derek Lamb (middle), Kaj Pindal (left) and Janet Perlman at the
Tiffany Hsiung, The Apology, National Film Board, comfort woman, WWII, sexual
A BETTER MAN Trailer | 2017 Hot Docs
Why I Identify as Blind When I Can (Kinda) See
How did the NFB snag a young Russell Crowe?
Hi-Ho Mistahey! (Clip)
Enter your date of birth
A Chat with Corin Tucker and Tracy Sawyer of Heavens to Betsy « Bandcamp Daily
The simple pleasure of sitting queitly and reading a good book was long delayed for Barbara
2017 Tribeca Film Festival Lineup: Documentaries on Whitney Houston, ISIS, Rodney King Riots | Hollywood Reporter
In We Were Children, Alicia Hamelin plays a young Cree who was taken from her
She is the one of the most distinctive and dynamic players on Canada' performing arts scene — a playwright, actor, director and producer who's intent on ...
The Hole Story
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NFB Gives Second Life to WWI Archival Footage
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My Son Shall Be Armenian
Sisters in Law
The People of the Kattawapiskak River
Kent Monkman puts finishing touches on "The Scream," one of the key pieces in his new exhibit Shame and Prejudice. The canvas depicts children being torn ...
Immersed in Movies: Howie Shia Talks TIFF-Bound 'BAM' from NFB | IndieWire
Suitcase of Love and Shame
From the NFB's/Guardian's 7 Digital Deadly Sins ...
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Pow Wow Power | Watch Award-Winning Short Doc Red Path on NFB.ca
The Best NFB Films of the 2010s (so far)
2018 NFB BELL GLENN DALE Promotes Independence
Experience HOMESTAY at @reelasian HQ at @401Richmond through November 10. https://www.nfb.ca/interactive/homestay/ …pic.twitter.com/iXk5hrfw4L – at 401 ...
... Board of Canada) The Space We Hold interactive documentary (screenshot via
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Stories We Tell
Attiya Khan: why I confronted the boyfriend who beat me – and made a film about it | Society | The Guardian
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Ryan keeps marching on. It was awarded with Honorable Mention in Short Filmmaking. Courtesy
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... Montreal-based Eisha Marjara first drew attention with the witty and satirical The Incredible Shrinking Woman. But it was her feature NFB docudrama ...
Holding an Oscar during an NFB event in 2002
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The Story of the Komagata Maru Is a Sad Mark on Canada's Past | Smart News | Smithsonian
Canadian surgeon Bethune was lionized by Mao as hero to Communist China.
... shame, or you get up and do the best stand up comedy show you ever thought possible. It starts with: “Gee, your warm welcome really DID make a big ...
Jennie Ozan
In the 2008 NFB (National Film Board) documentary 'Shots in the Dark', U.S. Congressman Dan Burton questions William Egan (U.S. FDA – Federal Drug ...
Canada-U.S. Border Is More Bizarre Than You Thought (VIDEO) | HuffPost Canada
The Things I Cannot Change
photo - Carly Belzberg at the July 5 opening of her solo exhibit at the Zack
Should You Be Ashamed Of Your Mental Illness? This Chart Will Tell You Living With
Catherine MacLellan, daughter of music icon Gene MacLellan, looks through old notebooks. Submitted