National Film Board of Canada (NFB) Launches Short Film Collection About How Canadians Are Experiencing COVID-19 Pandemic
From The Canadian Press/Globe & Mail:
The National Film Board of Canada is rolling out an online collection of 30 stories about how Canadians are experiencing the COVID-19 crisis.
Billed as a “living document” of the pandemic, The Curve enlists 40 creators to capture the impact of COVID-19 across the country through animation, documentary and digital storytelling.
The project officially launched Monday with the release of three short documentaries from NFB’s studio for the North and Western Canada.
The films will be featured on The Curve’s online hub alongside two other works that were previewed on social media. New works will be added to the catalogue over the fall.
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