The acronym NFB may refer to:

  • National Federation of the Blind, organization representing blind people in the United States
  • National Film Board of Canada, Canada's public film producer and distributor
  • negative feedback, process of feeding back to the input a part of a system's output, so as to reverse the direction of change of the output
  • Nouvelle Federation Board, non-fifa football representative organisation
  • NF-κB, in molecular biology, often written as NF-B
  • Neurofeedback, therapy technique that presents the user with realtime feedback on brainwave activity
  • Noise from the Basement, debut album by Canadian singer Skye Sweetnam
  • Network of Excellence for Functional Biomaterials, research centre based in Galway, Ireland

Other articles related to "nfb":

John Feeney - NFB
... Feeney directed ten NFB productions 1954 to 1963, working most often with producer Tom Daly ... Most of his NFB films focused on the Canadian Arctic and the Inuit ...
Mental Health Commission Of Canada - At Home
... In 2012, the National Film Board of Canada (NFB) is documenting the results of the At Home project with the interactive web documentary Here At Home ... short documentaries about the experiences of participants in At Home are being added to the NFB website until the summer of 2013 ... Directors on the NFB project include Manfred Becker (Toronto), Lynne Stopkewich (Vancouver) and Louiselle Noël (Moncton) ...
The Romance Of Transportation In Canada - Influences
... Part of the NFB's Canada Carries On series, The Romance of Transportation in Canada marked the NFB’s first major foray into industrial animation, influenced not by the auteur ...
Cordell Barker
... shorts include the National Film Board of Canada (NFB) productions The Cat Came Back (1988) and Strange Invaders (2002), both of which received Oscar nominations ... He has completed his third film for the NFB, Runaway, in 2009 ... In April 2010, he was hired as a creative consultant by the NFB to oversee its animation projects from the Canadian Prairies, Northwest Territories and Nunavut ...