Video tapes available from the National Film Board of Canada (website reference http://www.nfb.ca/E/1/2/ottawa.html and http://www.nfb.ca/showpeace/

In Development:  The National Film Board of Canada is presently developing more ShowPeace films exploring the following subjects:

1. Tolerance
Prejudices, such as racism, sexism, classism and homophobia are often at the root of conflicts. Bias awareness can help us understand how we learn and reinforce stereotypes, and how to appreciate our differences.

2. Cooperation
By combining efforts, people can achieve what cannot be achieved by individual efforts. Sharing and collaboration create a feeling of community and respect for others.

3. Anger Management
It is important to foresee the consequences of our actions and to develop non-aggressive behaviour in communication. We can learn to recognize the physical and emotional signs of anger in ourselves and others, and to find a peaceful outlet for rage.

Ordering Info: If you live in Canada... you can order about all NFB titles by calling toll-free number 1-800-267-7710. To obtain some information on these titles, consult the "TITLES" section in NFB's Collection, the VIDEO STORE section, the PROMOTIONS section and the EDUCATION/YOUTH section.

If you live in United States... consult the UNITED STATES CATALOG including all titles sold directly through the National Film Board of Canada's New York office. This catalog does not represent the entire NFB collection. It only lists titles that are currently available for preview, sale or rental to the U.S. educational market (schools, colleges, museums, libraries, and other institutions). You can order titles by phone (212-596-1770 or toll-free number 1-800-542-2164), by fax (212-596-1779), by e-mail (johnnfbc@aol.com) or by mail (National Film Board of Canada, 1251 Avenue of the Americas, 16th Floor, New York, NY 10020, USA.

If you live outside Canada or United States... consult the INTERNATIONAL FILM AND VIDEO GUIDE. This catalog does not represent the entire NFB collection. You can order titles by fax (514-496-1895) or by mail (National Film Board of Canada, International Program, 125 Houde Street, Saint-Laurent (Quebec), Canada, H4N 2J3).