Your monthly Canadian release spotlight

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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 (July and August 2021):

Selected for the Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival:
  • Vicious Fun
  • Anything for Jackson
  • Bloodthirsty
  • Slaxx
  • Violation
  • For the Sake of Vicious
Selected for the Durban International Film Festival:
Selected for the Neuchâtel International Fantastic Film Festival:
  • Flashback (International competition)
  • Vicious Fun (Ultra Movies Section)
Selected for the Angoulême Francophone Film Festival:
Selected for the Giffoni Film Festival:
Selected for the Fantasia International Film Festival:
  • The Righteous
  • Stanleyvillle
  • Don’t Say Its Name
Selected for the Melbourne International Film Festival: 

Guerres (Selected at Karlovy Vary International Film Festival in the Crystal Globe Competition)


Selected for the Melbourne International Film Festival:
Selected for the Durban International Film Festival:
  • No More Dead Friends
  • The Maidenswood
  • H.E.N.R.I.
  • Hekademia

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.

  • Le guide de la famille parfaite (The Guide to the Perfect Family)
  • Sam
  • Confessions
  • Le Club Vinland (The Vinland Club)

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