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.
Saffron’s world is shattered when she discovers she has terminal cancer. A single parent of two children, teenaged Lucy and eight year-old Jonah, Saffron needs to find a future family for her children.
Jake and Noel are estranged brothers haunted by a troubled past. Their father died in a hunting accident, their mother committed suicide, and over the years they lost touch.
Adam Diamond is an intense and, at times, violent man caught between his ugly past and a potentially beautiful future.
Jude Traynor is a 13-year-old boy trying to navigate life in a rugged seaside town. When Jude’s abusive father is sent to prison, Jude takes refuge with a local recluse named Alfreda who nurtures his active imagination, but warns against using it as a means of escape.
Montréal, 1966. Jean Corbo, an idealistic 16-year-old of Québécois and Italian descent, befriends two far-left political activists.
A man and his wife die in each other’s arms. The husband, Edgar, finds himself condemned to a special place in hell, blamed for her murder – a fact he refuses to accept.
Cubicle Warriors is a quirky office comedy about two best friend university grads, Neal and Isaac, who get hired at a top investment bank.
The artificial intelligence of a derelict spaceship takes a homicidal stand against the crew of young probationers assigned to eradicate it from the vessel.
In a small Quebec village, the Christmas vacation is about to begin and the children are preparing for the festivities. What better holiday amusement than a big snowball fight?
Three young women – a painter, a singer, and an actress – are all teetering on the edge between creative breakthroughs and personal breakdowns, and their connection with Pearl, the older woman they rely on for guidance, support, and inspiration.
A psychological drama centered around world-famous turn-of-the-century photographer, Eadweard Muybridge, who photographed nude and deformed subjects, became the godfather of cinema, murdered his wife’s lover, and was the last American to receive the justifiable homicide verdict.
Rey Ciso was once the greatest editor the world had ever seen. After a terrible accident left him with four wooden fingers on his right hand, he’s had to resort to cutting pulp films and trash pictures.
An eminent psychiatrist vanishes from his office; the last person to see him is a troubled patient named Michael.
Queen Kristina of Sweden is torn between reason and passion, between her woman's body and being raised as a prince, and between her ideas and the conservative Lutheran court.
She always hunts alone. Megan is 14. She hunts caribou and moose and field dresses her own prey.
Lucie leads a quiet life. An introverted and fragile young woman without plans or ambitions, she is overwhelmed by the frenzied lives she sees around her.