Find out about the types of public screenings you can organize by consulting our Public Screenings.
To learn how to organize your own community screening, please consult the Community Screenings section of our Public Screenings.
Learn about the NFB’s library programs by visiting our Public Screenings page or the program web pages: NFB FILM CLUB, TD SUMMER READING CLUB and CCUNESCO – LET’S TALK ABOUT RECONCILIATION.
Find out about our collection of Indigenous-directed films by visiting our AABIZIINGWASHI (WIDE AWAKE).
To learn about the NFB’s participation in the annual Rendez-vous de la Francophonie, please visit our RVF.
National Film Board of Canada productions are accessible in every region of the country through Community Screenings, in libraries via programs such as the NFB Film Club, and at special annual events like the Rendez-Vous de la Fracophonie or National Canadian Film Day. These screenings can be organized as in-person […]
We are currently working on improving the NFB’s MARC 21 records. Our catalogue will be made available shortly through the OCLC’s Knowledge Base, a global library cooperative . Thanks to the OCLC’s resources, this change will result in considerable improvements to our MARC files, including: a change to item identifiers, […]
In the Apple ecosystem, photos are now stored in the iCloud Photo Library and removed from the iPad Photos app. If the photo file is still present on the device, it is possible to insert the photo in the NFB StopMo Studio application; If the photo file is in the […]
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