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.
In a world where, starting in 1953, women began procreating asexually and could no longer conceive male babies, Andrew Myers was the last male born on the planet.
Noir chronicles the lives of four people living in a poor neighborhood plagued by violence, drug trafficking, and prostitution.
Japan is the first country in the world to make it illegal to be fat. That’s the opening scene for this documentary that puts sugar on trial.
In ancient China, Princess Lian and her younger brother, Zhao flee for their lives after their father, the Emperor, is murdered by his ambitious eldest son, Shing.
Twelve-year-old Nicolas has to use cunning and determination to reclaim the village baseball field that the mayor wants to turn into a municipal dump.
Mother Augustine successfully runs a small convent and puts all her energy and talent as a musician at the service of her students.
Cycling star Julie is two races away from winning the World Cup, the culmination of years of effort. The first race is in her home town, Montreal.
“Offshore” finance and the “cloud” economy are eroding the foundations of the democratic state. Today, the legal and accounting fictions popularly known as tax havens (created by City of London bankers in the 50s) put over half the world’s stock of money beyond public reach.
Marco Valois wants to direct a movie based on the true life-story of a soldier with post-traumatic stress syndrome.
After celebrating the birth of his daughter, assistant district attorney Mitch Brockden decides to drive home – intoxicated.
Minnesota, 1990. Detective Bruce Kenner investigates the case of teenager Angela, who has accused her father, John Gray of sexual abuse.
Plus-sized and 30 years old, Lexie Ivy is a feisty bed & breakfast owner who desperately needs a date to her sister’s wedding.
After the political crisis on the Kanesatake Reserve, Arihote, a Kanienkehaka "Mohawk", whose life is in a rut, happens upon the revenge killing of a neighbour by Wedad, a Palestinian refugee.
An awkward high school student strives to lose his virginity before his parents and their satanic cult can sacrifice him to the devil.
A young advertising copywriter in the country for a funeral finds that no one knows him, or what his connection is to the deceased.
Making the most of the family home while her parents are away, 22-year-old Nicole, is enjoying a peaceful summer with her best friend Véronique.