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The National Film Board of Canada Collection

A selection of outstanding films from the National Film Board of Canada

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Fort McMoney: Vote Jim Rogers!Fort McMoney: Vote Jim Rogers!

Something of a follow-up to the online game/film Fort McMoney, Vote for Jim Rogers continues to explore if democracy is soluble in oil through the impact of the oil sands industry in Alberta, Canada.

National Film Board of Canada ♦ 2014 ♦ 52 minutes
The Future Is Now!The Future Is Now!

A journalist works to show "The Man of Today" that the future really does matter by introducing him to great artists and scientists working today.

National Film Board of Canada ♦ 2010 ♦ 92 minutes
Gene Boy Came HomeGene Boy Came Home

Eugene "Gene Boy" Benedict left the Odanak Indian Reserve at the age of 15; adrift at 17 he joined the U.S. Marines on a dare, and ended up in the midst of the Vietnam War. This moving film from Alanis Obomsawin traces his journey there, and back to Odanak.

National Film Board of Canada ♦ 2007 ♦ 25 minutes
Hi-Ho Mistahey!Hi-Ho Mistahey!

Fourteen-year-old Shannen Koostachin launched a campaign to build a suitable school for the children of the Cree community of Attawapiskat in 2008. Two…

National Film Board of Canada ♦ 2013 ♦ 99 minutes
Hollow WaterHollow Water

The members of a tiny Ojibway reserve on the shores of Lake Winnipeg set out to take justice into their own hands and deal with a history of sexual abuse in their community.

National Film Board of Canada ♦ 2000 ♦ 48 minutes
Honour of the CrownHonour of the Crown

François Paulette, senior negotiator for the Smith's Landing First Nation, is determined to see the Canadian government honor promises made in an 1899 treaty.

National Film Board of Canada ♦ 2001 ♦ 48 minutes
HopeHope

Follows artist Ken Paquette, his partner Winnie Peters and their five boys through a turbulent year of wrenching family change.

National Film Board of Canada ♦ 2008 ♦ 58 minutes
In Bed with an ElephantIn Bed with an Elephant

Using archival film footage, this hour-long documentary provides a gripping retrospective of United States-Canada relationships as personified by successive…

National Film Board of Canada ♦ 1986 ♦ 60 minutes
A Is for ArchitectureA Is for Architecture

A classic look at how architecture reflects the sentiments and values of the time.

National Film Board of Canada ♦ 1959 ♦ 29 minutes
Is the Crown at War with Us?Is the Crown at War with Us?

Examines the  complex history behind the conflict between the Canadian government and Mi'gmaq fishermen in New Brunswick over traditional fishing rights.

National Film Board of Canada ♦ 2002 ♦ 97 minutes

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