If you spent your childhood in Canada then chances are the NFB is at least partly responsibly for that sweet little Canadian soul of yours. Well, you'll be pleased to hear that they've finally gone ahead and done the right thing by making a bunch of their best films available online. Now you can get back in touch with that sweater movie. Man, why did we have to watch that four times a year? I mean, it's reaaaally good and everything but was it like the only movie in the world back then? That and the one about the peanut butter and the one about the snowball fight and the dog that dies? Anyway, you can watch The Sweater, or Arthur Lipsett's film Very Nice, Very Nice, or you can watch a full-version of Murray Siple's amazing documentary Carts of Darkness, which came out last year and profiles a bunch of homeless dudes that hurl themselves down Vancouver's winding streets in shopping carts at SEVENTY MILES AN HOUR! To each their own, to each their own.