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  • NFB logo

    Le lundi 15 juillet à 14 h 30
    75 minutes

    An accomplished artist, a lifelong performer and a person with Down syndrome, Niall McNeil has built a unique family tree of blood and chosen relations made up of his closest friends and collaborators. In Lay Down Your Heart, Niall introduces his “family members,” his multiple “children” (some twice his age!), his renowned “ex-wife” and director of the film Marie Clements, and more. Bonded together by shared creative passion and their relationships with Niall, his family includes some of Canada’s most outstanding theatrical and artistic talent. By exploring his unconventional family histories—sometimes factual, sometimes infused with fantasy, but always deeply felt—Niall’s limitless imagination drives him toward the heart of human connection. 

    2022, 70 min, English with French subtitles. 

    Brought to you by the National Film Board of Canada. 

  • Le lundi 22 juillet à 16 h
    35 minutes

    What does it mean to be disabled and desirable? In Picture This, a new documentary by Jari Osborne, we meet Andrew Gurza, a self-described “queer cripple” who has made it his mission to make sex and disability part of the public discourse.

    Jari Osborne | 2017 | 33 min

    This work deals with mature subject matter. Viewer discretion is advised.

  • top of books

    Le samedi 27 juillet à 10 h
    420 minutes

    Drop-in to our branch during the day and exchange up to 3 books with other members of our community.​

    Bring one, take one. Bring two, take two! ​

    No textbooks please​

    Participez à notre échange de livres. Échangez 1 pour 1.​

  • Men sitting playing go game

    Les samedis, 27 juillet, 2024 - 14 décembre, 2024
    14 h 00
    180 minutes

    6 sessions restantes

    The Ottawa Go Club (https://ottawagoclub.wixsite.com/ogcs) organizes a series of workshops for people who want to improve their knowledge of the Go game. We will discuss various aspects of the game, do practical exercises and problems, explore and practice. Designed for beginners and intermediate players.

    Le Club de Go d'Ottawa (https://ottawagoclub.wixsite.com/ogcs) organise des ateliers pour tous ceux qui aimeraient approfondir leurs connaissances du jeu de Go. On y discute plusieurs aspects du jeu, on fait des exercices et des problèmes, on explore et on s’entraîne. Conçu pour les débutants et les intermédiaires.

  • NFB logo

    Le mercredi 7 août à 18 h 35
    35 minutes

    International Pride Month

    Picture This (2017) by Jari Osborne

    What does it mean to be disabled and desirable? In Picture This, a new documentary by Jari Osborne, we meet Andrew Gurza, a self-described “queer cripple” who has made it his mission to make sex and disability part of the public discourse.

    33 minutes - English only

  • children looking at an Indigenous artifact

    Les lundis, 19 août, 2024 - 24 août, 2024
    10 h 00
    120 minutes

    6 sessions restantes

    Come discover the fascinating (and sometimes mysterious) objects in our History Box! The box contains 25 Canadian historical objects from the Canadian Museum of History’s signature exhibition, the Canadian History Hall, that will help you delve into Canada’s past. The objects represent various eras in Canadian history, from Pre-Contact all the way up to present day! 

    Drop in to view the exhibit! 

    Venez découvrir les objets fascinants (et parfois mystérieux) de notre Boîte à histoires ! La boîte contient 25 objets historiques canadiens provenant de l’exposition phare du Musée canadien de l’histoire, La Salle de l’Histoire Canadienne, qui vous fera plonger dans le passé du Canada. Ces objets représentent des diverses ères de l'histoire canadienne, à partir de l'époque pré-européenne à nos jours!

    Visitez l'exposition! Programme portes ouvertes.

  • Le lundi 19 août à 15 h 30
    90 minutes

    “The past is never dead. It’s not even past.” – William Faulkner

    In the new feature documentary Unarchived, co-directors Hayley Gray and Elad Tzadok highlight community archives across British Columbia to reveal some of what has been erased from the official record.

    Local knowledge keepers are hand-fashioning a more inclusive history through family photos, newspaper articles and scratchy old VHS tapes. These different collections tell stories of people building connection through work, play, protest, family and tradition.

    Through a collage of personal interviews, archival footage and deeply rooted memories, the past, present and future come together, fighting for a space where everyone is seen and everyone belongs. History is what we all make of it.

    Hayley Gray, Elad Tzadok
    2022 | 1 h 24 m | Documentary | English with French sub-titles

  • Le mardi 20 août à 18 h 30
    90 minutes

    The past is never dead. It’s not even past.” – William Faulkner

    In the new feature documentary Unarchived, co-directors Hayley Gray and Elad Tzadok highlight community archives across British Columbia to reveal some of what has been erased from the official record.

    Local knowledge keepers are hand-fashioning a more inclusive history through family photos, newspaper articles and scratchy old VHS tapes. These different collections tell stories of people building connection through work, play, protest, family and tradition. Through a collage of personal interviews, archival footage and deeply rooted memories, the past, present and future come together, fighting for a space where everyone is seen and everyone belongs.

    History is what we all make of it.

    2022. English with French subtitles, 84 minutes. Films courtesy of the National Film Board of Canada.

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    « Le passé n’est jamais mort. Il n’est même pas passé. » — William Faulkner

    Le nouveau long métrage documentaire Le pouvoir des archives, qu’ont coréalisé Hayley Gray et Elad Tzadok, met en lumière les archives des communautés de la Colombie-Britannique afin de révéler certains passages qui ont été gommés des dossiers officiels.

    À l’échelle locale, des gardiennes et gardiens du savoir façonnent une histoire plus inclusive à l’aide de photos de famille, d’articles de journaux et de vieilles cassettes VHS égratignées. Ces diverses collections relatent l’histoire des gens que le travail, le jeu, la contestation, la famille et les traditions ont rapprochés. Grâce à un collage composé d’entrevues personnelles, de plans d’archives et de souvenirs profondément enracinés, le passé, le présent et l’avenir se fondent pour faire émerger un espace où tout le monde est visible et où tout le monde a sa place.

    Car l’histoire devient ce que, ensemble, nous en faisons.

    2022. Anglais avec sous-titres français, 84 minutes. Films gracieuseté de l’Office National du Film du Canada.

  • Le mercredi 21 août à 18 h
    120 minutes

    Participants will explore their current banking and shopping habits, learn how to safely bank and shop online, as well as when and how online banking and shopping can be helpful as an alternative to conventional methods.

  • Pride logo, NFB logo, & pictures of people

    Le vendredi 23 août à 14 h 30
    90 minutes

    “The past is never dead. It’s not even past.” – William Faulkner

    In the new feature documentary Unarchived, co-directors Hayley Gray and Elad Tzadok highlight community archives across British Columbia to reveal some of what has been erased from the official record. 

    Local knowledge keepers are hand-fashioning a more inclusive history through family photos, newspaper articles and scratchy old VHS tapes. These different collections tell stories of people building connection through work, play, protest, family and tradition. 

    Through a collage of personal interviews, archival footage and deeply rooted memories, the past, present and future come together, fighting for a space where everyone is seen and everyone belongs. History is what we all make of it. 

    2022. English with French subtitles, 84 minutes.

    Film is courtesy of the National Film Board of Canada.