Montreal – National Film Board of Canada (NFB) has just made 4,000 Canadian film and short stories available for those suffering from Cabin Fever or more appropriately Coronavirus isolation.
If you’re tired of Netflix and chilling and have already watched Disney’s Mandalorian, why not check out some Free Canadian Content. Most cities around the world are on lockdown which includes popular gathering places such as restaurants and theatres, which is why the NFB has opened up their amazing catalogue to the public.
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. Why not explore the CARTOONS FOR KIDS section today! Or check out the latest releases, just added:
Come back often: new films are being added to NFB.ca all the time, and they’re always free to view. Upcoming releases include:
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. For more details about the films, consult the press release on the NFB lineup at FIFA online 2020.