You're Invited: Interactive Events + Screenings at NFB Mediatheque

You're Invited: Interactive Events + Screenings at NFB Mediatheque

NFB Mediatheque (150 John Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5V 3C3) invites you to the following events and screenings in December 2011 and January 2012:

  • Can you build an igloo?

Drop by anytime for this one-of-a-kind interactive experience where you will literally build a life-sized igloo in the NFB Interactive Lounge. We will film your antics using the pixilation technique, which will result in a memorable animated keepsake of your experience with you as the star!

December to January. FREE. Drop-in. For all ages.*

Interested in learning more about Inuit culture?

Visit the Museum of Inuit Art and pick up a complimentary copy of Inuit Art in Canada with proof of attendance from the NFB Mediatheque’s How to Build an Igloo activity.

Museum of Inuit Art ticket holders receive 10% off of the Unikkausivut: Sharing Our Stories boxset.** 

Mediatheque on Ice doesn’t stop there!

  • FREE Holiday Screening Program at 2 p.m. Watch new releases, classics, wintry and holiday-themed animated movies.
    • Weekend Screenings in December. Every Saturday & Sunday at 2 p.m. (except Dec. 24 & 25).

NFB Mediatheque is offering Special Holiday DVD Discounts.

NFB Mediatheque
150 John Street, Toronto, Ontario
(Richmond Street West & John Street)

Phone: 416-973-3012

We’re OPEN:
Dec. 24 (12 – 5 p.m.), Dec. 27 – Jan. 8 (11 a.m. – 6 p.m.), Dec. 25 & 26, Jan. 1 (CLOSED), Jan. 2 (11 a.m. – 6 p.m.)

*For groups, please call 416-973-3012 to make a reservation. To guarantee your spot, arrive 15 minutes early.
**Discount valid between December 1 and January 31 & only for box sets on-sale at the NFB Mediatheque.
Visit the NFB Mediatheque before January 6 to save an additional $16.49 off of the Unikkausivut: Sharing Our Stories boxset’s original price. This deal is valid in conjunction with the Museum of Inuit Art 10% discount. This series of films is a National Film Board of Canada initiative in collaboration with the Inuit Relations Secretariat of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada, the Government of Nunavut, Department of Education, and the support of Inuit organizations.

Enjoy!

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