Executive Producer Rohan Fernando announced today that Liz Cowie is joining the National Film Board of Canada’s Quebec & Atlantic Studio as Producer.
The National Film Board of Canada (NFB) will be highlighting National Indigenous History Month as part of a wealth of online programming on nfb.ca that celebrates the rich diversity of Canada and key events in June.
The National Film Board of Canada is returning to the prestigious Annecy International Animation Film Festival with a very diverse slate of films, including works by or about festival mainstays Janice Nadeau, Chris Lavis and Maciek Szczerbowski, Theodore Ushev and Diane Obomsawin. Taking place this year from June 11 to 17, the Annecy festival is the world’s largest event dedicated to animated films.
Seven National Film Board of Canada (NFB) short films celebrating Canadian performing arts excellence will premiere online Saturday, May 27, at 9 p.m. ET, immediately following the 2023 Governor General’s Performing Arts Awards (GGPAA) Gala at Ottawa’s National Arts Centre.
Canada is a global leader in ocean literacy, and through the expertise it has developed with Ocean School, the NFB is proud to be hosting a panel of top experts that the public can attend on Thursday, June 8, to mark World Ocean Day.
Seneca Polytechnic and the National Film Board of Canada (NFB) are strengthening their existing relationship with the signing of a collaboration agreement to enhance ties between the institutions.
Kino Lorber announced that it has acquired all U.S. distribution rights to the National Film Board of Canada documentary feature Ever Deadly, an immersive and poetic portrait of avant-garde Inuk throat singer and multi-hyphenate artist Tanya Tagaq.
Oana Suteu Khintirian’s NFB-produced feature doc Beyond Paper will open on June 9 at the Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema in Toronto.
The Tribeca Festival’s “Tribeca Immersive” showcase will present the world premiere of renowned Métis filmmaker and media artist Terril Calder’s National Film Board of Canada (NFB) installation Meneath: The Mirrors of Ethics, from June 7 to 18 in New York.
The National Film Board of Canada and the Indigenous Screen Office (ISO) are pleased to announce the winners of the inaugural Immersive/Interactive Producer Fellowship at the NFB.
May highlights on nfb.ca will feature Asian Heritage Month special programming, as Prajwala Dixit’s love, amma and the world premiere of Weiye Su’s A Passage Beyond Fortune join the National Film Board of Canada’s growing online collection, and the NFB hosts online conversation with animators of Asian descent on May 10 and 17.
Montreal’s 21st annual Sommets du cinéma d’animation festival will run May 9 to 14, 2023, and the NFB returns to the event in style with six productions and co-productions, offering audiences a variety of animation techniques, themes, stories and personal perspectives with universal appeal.
Borislav Kolev’s feature doc Theodore Ushev: Unseen Connections (Theodore Ushev: liens invisibles) will open on May 19 at the Cinémathèque Québécoise in Montreal, in its original Bulgarian and English version with French subtitles.
Daniel Gray’s multi-award-winning animated short HIDE (La Cellule Productions/CUB Animation/National Film Board of Canada) is being featured as a Staff Pick on Vimeo, starting April 17. HIDE is available worldwide on nfb.ca, YouTube and Facebook, as well as Vimeo.
In her short documentary My 2020, which will be available free of charge on nfb.ca as of April 10, adventure filmmaker Sarah McNair-Landry travels from Nunavut to Idaho to create a fascinating travelogue, combining extreme sports and breathtaking Arctic landscapes.