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.
How does a good guy like Francis end up behind bars? That's what a relentless detective will try to find out in this truly twisted tale of greed, heartbreak and prejudice.
After a chance encounter with charismatic and handsome Jack, Posy Pinkerton seizes the opportunity to experience one last fling before settling down.
Kara and Tyler are planning to getting married when Tyler’s ex-girlfriend returns from rehab, adamant on winning him back.
This 44-minute film explores the legacy of Leonard Cohen's music and life. By spending time with artists, fans, musicians, and people who were close to him, we gain insights into a brilliant, contradictory artist who touched the lives of people around the world. Instead of making a biopic about Cohen, this film emphasizes personal points of view, music, and archives of the man himself through the decades
HOPE is the sequel to HURT, a documentary portrait of Steve Fonyo and follows Steve as he leaves Surrey, and enters rehab in Powell River, B.C.
Welcome to a hidden side of geek culture. Featuring cute dresses, professional gamers, fake names and death threats.
STOCKHOLM is based on the real-life 1973 Sweden bank heist which riveted the world’s attention and gave rise to the phenomenon “Stockholm Syndrome”
In a remote region of Northern Pakistan, young villagers learn that digital media can fatally blur the line between public and private worlds.
Allure follows a thirty-year-old woman, troubled by her past and struggling with a dysfunctional relationship with her father, who seeks sexual and emotional fulfillment through a series of failed relationships.
THROUGH BLACK SPRUCE is the story of a family fractured by tragedy, and held together by love.
Almost Almost Famous explores the lives of the worlds’ top tribute artists and the risk of getting lost in the act.
Mohawk archeologist Baptiste Asigny recounts 750 years of history contained in just one place.
A Canadian mother’s mission to free her daughter and granddaughters from ISIS.
Metamorphosis takes the pulse of our Earth and bears witness to a moment of profound change: the loss of one world, and the birth of another.
Ojibway Drew Hayden Taylor reveals the intense German obsession with Indigenous North Americans. Cultural Appropriation vs Appreciation?
Randy Bachman’s singularly focused goal of creating music has taken on a spectacular journey.