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.
While the Third World War is on the horizon, a teenager takes drastic measures in order to lose his virginity.
In a small and remote Canadian mining town, a basketball academy founded by a young Congolese man is producing NBA prospects.
In this near-future crime thriller set in a world where 4% of the population is marginalized for having supernatural abilities.
One day in the Life of Noah Piugattuk compresses Piugattuk's 96-year lifetime into a dramatized film portrait of one day in his life.
After losing his farm during the floods of 1953, a romantic Dutch farmer cycles to Italy and decides to grow tulips.
A woman and her sexuality, the subject and no longer the object of the film.
Angèle Dubeau and her incredible journey from a small Quebec rural town to Julliard and eventually, to the world stage.
Gordon Lightfoot: If You Could Read My Mind is a world class documentary film that tells the compelling human story of Canadian icon, Gordon Lightfoot
The true story of explorer Henry Bates’ 11 year journey through the Amazon rainforest as a young man who risks his life for science in the 1850’s.
In a highly cinematic manner, we chronicle the life and the passions of Robbie Robertson, placing him in his rightful place in the rock and roll canon.
A personal reflection on the death of Colten Boushie, a young Cree man, and the trial and acquittal of the man who shot him.
Filmmaker Arshad Khan shares a deeply personal story of migration from Pakistan to Canada, self-discovery and familial reconciliation.
Lepage au soleil follows theatrical genius Robert Lepage on a journey with the mythical Théâtre du Soleil de Paris.
Two mother-daughter duos must contend with their grief and complicated feelings for one another when the person who ties them together dies.
A historical exploration into one of the worst naval tragedies to ever occur in Quebec.
The Seven Last Words sounds out experiential states and rituals particular to humanity.