More than 60 new films now available free on NFB.ca

More than 60 new films now available free on NFB.ca

August 30, 2016 – Montreal – National Film Board of Canada (NFB). New this fall on NFB.ca: more than 60 new films can be viewed free of charge as of now, including several recent documentaries that have won awards in Canada and abroad, by renowned filmmakers such as Alanis Obomsawin, Paul Cowan, William D. MacGillivray and Justin Simms. Continue reading More than 60 new films now available free on NFB.ca

Footprints: Environment and the Way We Live

Footprints: Environment and the Way We Live

The aim of Footprints: Environment and the Way We Live
is to present films and teaching material that explore, document and
bring to light various environmental problems Canadians have been
facing for over half a century. Some Canadian films on the subject date
back to 1928! The site also aims to illustrate and explain the
unbreakable ties between Canadians’ social and cultural lives and their
environment; to expose the environmental problems facing the people,
wildlife and plants of Canada; and to help teachers present the issues
linked to the relationship between our culture and our environment in a
dynamic and easily understood form, while meeting the objectives of
school curricula. The site targets high school and college students as
well as other Canadians and consists of an English and a French part.

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