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The breadth of Canada’s cinematic talent can be seen and felt at festivals and markets worldwide — our films are hits on the international circuit! Our content routinely scoops up major awards, rave reviews, and business opportunities galore.

 

Latest Canadian films selected in festivals around the world (May and June 2021):

  • Archipel (Archipelago) (Selected at the Annecy International Animation Film Festival – Feature Films In Competition, Contrechamp)
  • Beans, selected at:
    • Berlin International Film Festival – Won Crystal Bear of Children’s Jury Generation Kplus
    • Seattle International Film Festival
  • Hygiène Sociale (Social Hygiene) (Selected at Jeonju International Film Festival – Masters)
  • La déesse des mouches à feu (Goddess of the Fireflies) selected at:
    • Seattle International Film Festival
    • Won Best Film and Best Director at Gala Quebec Cinema
  • Le Mont Fuji vu d’un train en marche (Selected at the Annecy International Animation Film Festival – Feature Films In Competition, Contrechamp)
  • Peace by Chocolate (Selected at Tribeca Film Festival – Tribeca Online Premieres)
  • See for Me (Selected at Tribeca Film Festival – Tribeca Online Premieres)
  • Souterrain (Underground) (Won for Best Script and Best Actor at Gala Quebec Cinema)
  • Ste. Anne (Selected at Jeonju International Film Festival – International Competition)
  • Underplayed (Selected at Jeonju International Film Festival – World Cinema)

Shorts

  • Shorts Selected for the Tribeca Film Festival
    • Animated Shorts Curated by Whoopi G
      • Try to Fly
    • Shorts: Go Big
    • 2020 Selections
      • One Last Heist
      • On Falling
      • Toto
  • Shorts Selected for the Jeonju International Film Festival
    • Expanded Cinema
      • 2008
      • Earthearthearth
      • Point and Line to Plane
  • Shorts Selected for the Stuttgart International Animated Film Festival (ITFS)
    • International Competition – Short
    • Trickstar Nature Competition
      • Hey, Ewe!
    • Animation of the Extreme Competition
      • Fruit
      • The Apocalypse is Under the Blanket
    • Pandemic Animation
      • Right Now
    • Tricks for Kids Shorts Competition
      • Whatevertree
    • Best of Animated Music Videos Competition
      • Daisies

Immersive Experiences

  • The Hangman at Home (Selected at the Annecy International Animation Film Festival – In Competition, VR Works)
Immersive Experiences Selected for the Tribeca Film Festival
  • Outdoor & Interactive Experiences
    • Discriminator
  • Virtual Arcade
    • Bystanding: The Feingold Syndrome
    • Marco & Polo Go Round
    • The Passengers: The Kid
  • Storyscapes
    • We Are at Home

Canadian films coming soon to theatres across the globe

From hit theatrical releases to prestigious award shows; international festivals to content markets; Canadian cinema is acclaimed and enjoyed by both fans and critics. Our films are renowned for their quality storytelling and top-notch filmmaking, while our industry is committed to showcasing diverse voices from all walks of life, both onscreen and behind the scenes.

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