NFB Film Club

The NFB Film Club gives public libraries the opportunity to offer their patrons free screenings of films from the NFB’s rich collection—either in-person at the library, or virtually. In each Film Club program, you’ll find films for both adults and children: new releases exploring hot topics, thought-provoking documentaries, award-winning animation, and a few timeless classics as well.

Joining the NFB Film Club can help you connect with your community, increase the use of your library, boost current patron loyalty and attract new users!

All Canadian public libraries can join the NFB Film Club for free and receive access to seasonal programing. View the current NFB Film Club programs here:

 

IN-PERSON SCREENING     |     VIRTUAL SCREENING

 

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How do I organize a virtual or in-person screening for my library patrons?

STEP 1. Choose the film(s) that you would like to show from the list of titles that appear on the NFB Film Club in-person screening (PDF) or virtual screening (PDF) programs.

STEP 2. Send your selections by e-mail to Florence François (f.francois@nfb.ca) and include the date, time and location of the screening, as well as the film format required for your venue. We can supply an electronic file (.mp4 or .mov) or ship a physical copy (projection-quality DVD or Blu-ray) for screenings in your library. For virtual screenings, we can provide a hyperlink.

STEP 3. Organize your advertising for the event—promote the screening(s) in your networks.

STEP 4. Prior to your event, use your screening equipment to test the film format delivered to you (digitally or by mail).

STEP 5. Please make note of the number of people who attend each library or virtual screening. This assists us in tracking the outreach of NFB films. You may estimate the number of attendees if you can’t give us an exact figure.

Seasonal Programs

This season, the NFB Filmclub offers the following programs:

 

IN-PERSON SCREENING     |     VIRTUAL SCREENING

 

Frequently Asked Questions

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