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.
HONEY BEE is a raw, unpredictable story of survival, second chances and finding one’s self-worth that combines heart and humor with sometimes dark subject matter to bring pressing issues of human trafficking and child prostitution in Canada to light.
"Outremont and the Hasidim" reveals the challenge of accommodating the Hasidim or ultra-Orthodox Jews in Outremont, one of Montreal's most affluent neighbourhoods.
A young college woman goes missing for five days. The camera follows her parents, the detective assigned to her case and the woman herself.
Gaby turns 40 and discovers that her problem isn’t that she doesn’t have a love life – it’s that she doesn’t have a life.
Toronto, 1899. Aspiring young politician Mackenzie King dreams of becoming the Prime Minister of Canada. Cought in an epic battle between good and evil, King learns that disappointment may be the only way to survive the 20th century.
Martin Laroche's third feature starring Leane Labreche-Dor. Mixing realism and worrying strangeness, Laughter presents a human exploration of the survivor’s syndrome, the grieving process, the distance of time, the power of love, and the joy of being alive.
A look at inner-city gentrification through the eyes of young black artists.
A decade after the death of an American TV star, a young actor reminisces the written correspondence he once shared with the former, as well as the impact those letters had on both their lives.
Can this counter-culture oasis deal with an encroaching right wing North American conservative agenda?
When a young Stigmatic is kidnapped by a murderous psychopath, God gets involved.
Some jungles in Africa should not be disturbed.
The World According to Amazon is a documentary investigation on the world top leader of online sales.
Tantoo Cardinal shines as a world-famous Anishinaabe musician who returns to the reserve to rest and recharge -- only to discover that fame (and the outside world) are not easily left behind.
An intimate portrait of the families and community members, as they approach the one-year commemoration of the Québec City Mosque shooting.
High Frequency Traders scheme to build a fiber-optic cable between Kansas and New Jersey, in an attempt to make millions.