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.
What was supposed to be a benign first meeting quickly turns into a dangerous competition between Amber’s mother and her future mother-in-law.
One year after the on-air suicide of a caller named Alexis, radio host Dr. Jill Peterman reboots her show only to become the target of attacks
At a remote beach house, a single mother struggles to keep her infant son safe from the influence of an otherworldly presence.
An Investigation into the death of environmentalist and film maker Rob Stewart
When a new dad (Justin Bartha) has to return home to bury his estranged father, things take a turn for the complicated when the dead man's final wish.
An indie rom-com about a young woman who spends her last summer before med school caught in a love triangle with her best friend and her new boyfriend
A behind-the-scenes glimpse into the political correctness controversy sparked by psychology professor Jordan Peterson and his meteoric rise to fame.
A family’s journey with autism revealed through a lifetime of home movies.
Angelique's Isle is a harrowing tale of perseverance and survival that unfolds during the great copper rush of 1845, when newlyweds Angelique, a young Ojibway and Charlie, her voyageur husband, are left stranded throughout a brutal winter on Lake Superior's Isle Royale.
The dead are coming back to life outside the Mi'gMaq reserve of Red Crow, except for its Indigenous inhabitants who are immune to the zombie plague.
Five days in the life of Carmine Street Guitars, while examining an all-too-quickly vanishing way of life.
Six female directors direct six different characters at a wedding, in a film about relationships love in 2019.
Deux scientifiques réputés quittent leur emploi à l'université pour se consacrer à une expérience susceptible de révolutionner la compréhension de l’identité humaine.
Year of the Gun is a one-hour documentary about the worsening problem of gun violence in the city of Toronto.
Shoah (1987), a film by Claude Lanzmann. Running time: 9½ hours. 350 hours of footage. Editing time: 5½ years.
Frankie-Four-Eyes and his team want to win the sled race at all costs. But Zac, the new boy, turns out to be an unscrupulous opponent.