Radio & Television

NFB’s new Indigenous Cinema site offers more than 200 titles for streaming, sharing

MONTREAL – The National Film Board of Canada is offering over 200 films by Indigenous creators for free streaming through a new collection known as Indigenous Cinema (#NFBIndigenous).Developed as part of the NFB’s three-year Indigenous Action Plan, Indigenous Cinema makes it easier than ever to find Indigenous stories and perspectives - searchable by subject, director’s name or Indigenous people or nation - along with curated and contextualized playlists for different age levels, plus filmmaker biographies.The titles include both feature-length films and shorts from 1968 through 2017, and the films are sharable in a web story or on social media through share...
 

Our industry and COVID-19

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