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 young genius creates an extraordinary technology that changes his family forever.
Matthew’s heart stopped beating on the tattoo parlour table. Now, his parents hold their dying boy. But in their hands they also hold the fates of oth
The cost of housing in cities around the world is skyrocketing. This film takes an uncompromising look at the drama unfolding in one such city.
A documentary about the inhabitants of Haida Gwaii, a remote archipelago off the Northwest coast of Canada.
A 35 year-old woman pretends to be pregnant to fit in with her friends.
Charting the aftermath of Quebec’s Quiet Revolution... through the lens of John Walker.
An afropunk feature film, directed by Sharon Lewis and inspired by Nalo Hopkinson's award winning novel, "Brown Girl in the Ring"
For documentary purposes, a filming crew meets Harry Houde, a charismatic, yet polarizing and unethical private detective from Quebec.
Much Too Young is a documentary that follows four families as they deal with Alzheimer’s disease at a shockingly young age.
Eight years after De père en flic, Jacques and Marc Laroche are now infiltrating a therapy program for couples.
Canada In A Day is crowd-sourced documentary made up of videos filmed by 11,500+ Canadians on a single day, in celebration of Canada’s 150th.
The Western-influenced next-generation in Toronto's Gerrard India Bazaar copes to adapt their family businesses for the 21st century yet preserve their identity.
"SONG OF GRANITE" revolves around the life of the great traditional Irish singer, Joe Heaney.
Canada prides itself on welcoming refugees, but for those newcomers, they wonder what do we want in return?
Filmmaker Sebastian Lange seeks to reconcile his formative relationship to the Transcendental Meditation Movement.
A complex story of betrayal; betrayal between friends, community, and by the institutions that are supposed to keep the peace.