Remembering filmmaker Terence Macartney-Filgate, the man behind films such as The Back-breaking Leaf and The Days Before Christmas, and a formative member of the direct cinema movement.
An appreciation of Alanis Obomsawin's legacy as a filmmaker and an acknowledgement of her vital contribution to our understanding of this land.
Celebrating Uvagut TV, the all-Inuktut station marks the first television station in Canada to broadcast entirely in an Indigenous language.
When Rob Stewart perished in a diving accident in January of 2017, he left behind a huge legacy as an artist and activist. He had become the dream figure for the international
Thanks to the memories, as well as the books, albums and films, Leonard Cohen will never truly die. Hallelujah.
Don Owen will always be remembered for the madness and inspiration that fostered English Canada’s first great narrative film, Nobody Waved Goodbye.
Remembering Colin Low, director of NFB films like Corral, City of Gold, Universe, Billy Crane Moves Away, and other Canuck classics.
Tanya Tree's The Things I Cannot Change drew immediate praise for its intimate, powerful cinema verité portrait of Kenneth and Gertrude Bailey.
Albert Maysles' work will live on in film schools and festivals everywhere, but one can’t help but be struck by the sadness that we’ll never share his company again.