NFB @ the Oscars

12 Oscars,
74 nominations

The NFB is once more nominated for an Oscar®

This year, the NFB garnered its 74th Oscar® nomination, for Theodore Ushev’s animated short film, Blind Vaysha. This marks the first Oscar® nomination for Theodore! Watch his filmography here.

Since its founding in 1939, the NFB has created over 13,000 productions and won more than 5,000 awards, including 12 Oscars® and an Honorary Oscar® in recognition of its 50th anniversary. Most of these nominated and winning films are available for free streaming on NFB.ca.

With more Academy Award® nominations than any other production company or organization outside Hollywood, the NFB continues to be a pioneer in Canadian cinema.

Academy Award® for Best Live Action Short Film

I'll Find a Way

This Oscar®-winning documentary presents Nadia, a 9-year-old girl with spina bifida. Her dream is to attend a regular school, even though she knows other kids will tease her. Wise for her young age, Nadia simply decides that she'll "find a way to deal with it." Despite having to overcome many obstacles, Nadia's got spunk and makes it clear she's not looking for sympathy. This film is part of the Children of Canada series.