Search by subject and grade
Users can search the collection by grade level and subject area, making it easy to quickly identify suitable films and resources. Useful educational descriptions, written by Canadian educators, are supplied with all films.
Create chapters and playlists
Campus allows users to create their own chapters, playlists and film descriptions—all ready for easy playback—making it easy to prepare lessons in advance.
Over 2,800 top quality Canadian productions
These include documentaries, animated films, interactive productions and shorts – in English and in French.
Over 600 exclusive films
CAMPUS subscribers enjoy exclusive access to over 600 NFB productions, including the latest releases from the NFB and best-selling educational titles.
An expanding collection
New resources are added to CAMPUS every quarter — including topical new films like The People of Kattawapiskak River, Status Quo? The Unfinished Business of Feminism in Canada and Pink Ribbons, Inc.
Thematic playlists & channels
Curated playlists and channels, arranged by theme, provide classroom-ready collections of films and clips. Topics range from War & Peace and Environment to Empathy Education and Stop Motion Animation.
Downloadable educator guides
Available by subject and film, educator guides provide context for NFB films and practical advice on exploring complex issues within the classroom.
Ideal for use with interactive whiteboards, the NFB’s award-winning interactive collection features inventive storytelling and new opportunities for action-based learning.
MARC Records & IP Authentication
Updated quarterly, Marc Records facilitate easy and accurate searches within existing library search tools. IP authentication services allow for institution-wide screening of NFB content.
Get the most out of CAMPUS by participating in webinars with NFB education specialists.