Cannes 2021

Virtual Canada Pavilion:

Because Canadian talent has no limit.

JuLY 6-17

Meet the Canadian delegation at the Marché du Film Online!

More than 140 companies and 220 industry professionals from Canada are set to virtually attend, ready to be your Partner of Choice.  

You’ll find Canadian content at the heart of the programming – from the Doc Corner screening room, to the Short Film Corner, to the panels and conferences you’ll attend. 

Check out all the Canadian programming here.

Discover the France-Canada coproduction Aline, the Voice of Love by French director Valérie Lemercier as it will be presented #OutOfCompetition at 74th Cannes Film Festival!

NOW AVAILABLE – Leading Change: An Insider’s Look at Successes, Failures and Opportunities!

In this panel, Anna Serner of the Swedish Film Institute joins Telefilm Canada’s Christa Dickenson for a discussion on the work done and the work ahead given their perspectives as leaders in the industry; from changes within their organizations, to intersectionality, to opportunities and obstacles in a post-pandemic landscape.

Watch here

Event Highlights

Leading Change: An Insider’s Look at Successes, Failures and Opportunities

Not Short on Talent: “Joe Buffalo” at Cannes 2021 Short Film Corner

Cannes 2021: A Canadian guide to the world’s most prestigious film festival

Canada’s presence at the 2021 Cannes Marché du Film!

Visions, Dreams, Reflections: Not Short on Talent at Cannes 2021

Canadian Docs-in-Progress at Cannes Marché du Film

Canada Goes Online at Cannes 2021!



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