More than 4,000 films for free for the whole family
Mar. 20, 2020
Global Korean Post
Accessing quality content for the young—and the young at heart—can be a challenge. NFB.ca offers a vast selection of short and feature-length films, whether you’re looking for animation, documentary or fiction.
The Great List of Everything, an animated webseries by comic book artists Cathon and Iris Boudreau, as well as Francis Papillon
- Ramaillages (Gatherings), a documentary series by Moïse Marcoux-Chabot
- Stories Are in Our Bones, a documentary short by Janine Windolph
- Lucien’s Happiness, a documentary short by Nathalie Hébert
- The Artisans, a documentary feature by Daniel Léger
New films are being added to NFB.ca all the time, and they’re always free to view. Upcoming releases include:
- Where the Land Ends, a documentary feature by Loïc Darses (March 23)
- Ice Breakers, a documentary short by Sandi Rankaduwa (March 25)
In addition, the NFB is delighted to be part of this year’s International Festival of Films on Art (known by its French acronym FIFA), which is being presented online.
Three NFB productions will be featured beginning Wednesday, March 18, until midnight on Sunday, March 29.