Canada is alive with filmmaking talent. Our films make waves around the world, winning awards, accolades and audiences. They make Canada proud.
Discover a wide variety of recent Canadian films below.
A story of bravery, small-town summer love, and the secret life of girls.
A look at first responders dealing with PTSD and other mental health issues, because of what they see on the job.
Wesley returns to his hometown of Sault Ste. Marie, for the first time since leaving five years earlier, at the request of his childhood friend Nina.
In Canada, after years of debate and lawsuits, euthanasia is finally legal following a decision by the Supreme Court to decriminalize it.
In one afternoon, the life of a pro-thief crumbles when a double blackmail scheme forces him to compete against the police and a tentacle porn king.
A Japanese tourist goes missing in Yellowknife leaving behind luggage, souvenirs – and a mystery to be solved.
Cyrus can't bring himself to confess his love for Roxy, so when she falls for someone else, he teams up with his competition.
Filmmaker Robert Lang is confused about the risks he faces – from his personal health risks to the big societal risks.
After the incredible success of Bon Cop Bad cop, why not revive the rolls of detectives David Bouchard (Patrick Huard) and Martin Ward (Colm Feore) again?
McKenzie’s best friends from college surprise her with a bachelorette party that quickly turns into a night of terror.
A typical suburban mom is released after three years in jail, but her former cellmate and career criminal unexpectedly invades her world.
This documentary chronicles #2 volunteer mission as videographer finally seeing the wheelchair my family donated to a 17 year old boy in Mekong Delta
After a mysterious death at the Abbey, Sister Talia finds herself caught in the center of the internal investigation.
Three best friends endure heartbreak, humiliation & hangovers, to get dates for the wedding of a lifetime.
Three young men were killed in a remote part of Yellowstone National Park. The only thing more shocking than the crime were the events that followed.
Charting the aftermath of Quebec’s Quiet Revolution... through the lens of John Walker.