“The NFB Mediatheque offers an entertaining program of award-winning NFB films, as well as insightful panel discussions and hands-on animation workshops.
Each event offers the chance to learn something new, and to engage in an interactive environment.”
So, treat yourself, family and/or friends to the following FREE or affordable activities in August:
SUMMER SATURDAYS: weekly animation workshops in August
Only $5 per child, per session – an adult, at no extra charge, must accompany children.
For information and registration, please call 416-973-3012.
Here is an amazing animated film showcasing the participants’ creative works in a NFB Mediatheque’s animation workshop (to view the film just click on the scene below and wait about three seconds):
“Every Saturday in July & August – join us for mystery-themed workshops & animation screenings for the whole family!”
Schedule for each Saturday:
12:00 pm – 12:30 pm Screening Program
12:30 pm – 2:30 pm Animation workshop for children ages 6 to 13
FREE FAVOURITES AT FOUR:
Film Screenings on Wednesdays
at 4 PM
SUNDAY IN THE PARK at the NFB Mediatheque – An exclusive CAP event
Sunday, August 14th from 1 PM to 3 PM
FREE! Exclusively for Cultural Access (CAP) passholders.
Capacity is limited.
Pre-registration required by e-mail to email@example.com
“Welcome, new Canadians! Every month, the NFB Mediatheque invites Cultural Access passholders to join us for a fun-filled afternoon of activities and film screenings.
This month, we’re celebrating Canada’s national parks. Located all over the country, these incredible spaces allow us to consider the unique natural wonders of Canada, as well as the history of its people.
How do we celebrate nature in the middle of downtown Toronto? Good question! We’ve got two activities lined up for passholders on Sunday, August 14 from 1 PM to 3 PM:
First, join us in our cinema to watch some of the NFB’s films about Canada’s natural wonders, including the animated favourites Blackfly and Log Driver’s Waltz, and an informative documentary on Lake Superior’s Pukaskwa National Park. These films are suitable for all ages.
Then, roll up your sleeves and try being a filmmaker yourself! Experiment with different animation techniques in each of our studio spaces to create your own mini-movie about parks and nature. We’ll show you how, whether you’re young or young at heart!
We hope to see you on August 14th at the NFB Mediatheque; it’s the next best thing to being in one of Canada’s national parks!”
Location for the Above Events:
150 John Street
Toronto, Ontario, M5V 3C3
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