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.
Around the world women’s voices are rising – in anger, in excitement, in demand, in support, in frustration, in joy. And as the chorus grows, the world is changing.
Damien Nadeau-Daneau, a young filmmaker, is unable to finish a movie that he started. He’s going to come to understand that reality is more powerful than fiction.
What would you choose if you had a second change at defining your life?
Pope Francis has been pope for five extraordinary years.
A poor, uneducated mother brings her family out of poverty by becoming a resounding folk singer.
Haida Gwaii, 1800’s. At a seasonal fishing camp two families endure conflict between the nobleman Adiits’ii and his best friend Kwa.
Petite histoire de la ville de Normetal
Freely inspired by the life and work of Quebec poet Yves Boisvert (1950-2012), À tous ceux qui ne me lisent pas (For Those Who Don't Read Me) tells the story of a man's quest for the absolute, fighting not to end up forgotten between two cookbooks.
A whimsical fifty-something homosexual widower is asked to enter into a marriage of convenience with a 20-year-old Congolese woman.
A lonely widower battles his family, ill health and time to win a competition for a ticket to space.
Quand la vie t'offre des citrons, fais-en de la limonade, dit le dicton. Cette histoire, inspirée de faits réelles, révèle l'essence du rêve américain.
A chilling story of double-dealing, violence and murder baser on the novel from number one bestseller Linwood Barclay.
Mental States explores what happens when mental health becomes a justice issue.
Our lawyer said it best: This is a satire of violence in movies.