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 (October and November 2020):

  • Anne at 13,000 ft (Selected at Viennale – Vienna International Film Festival)
  • Bone Cage (Nominee for the Best Cinematography Debut Competition at Camerimage International Film festival)
  • Falling (Selected at Thessaloniki International Film Festival in section Special Screenings and nominee for the Golden Frog at Camerimage International Film Festival)
  • Goddess of the Fireflies (Selected in the Official Competition at the Festival International du Film Francophone de Namur)
  • Nadia, Butterfly (Selected in the Special Screenings section at Warsaw Film festival and nominee for the Flash Forward at Busan International Film Festival)
  • Night of the Kings (Best Artistic Achievement Award at Thessaloniki International Film Festival, winner of two Silver Hugos (Best Cinematography and Best Sound) at Chicago International Film Festival and nominee for the Golden Puffin at Reykjavik International Film Festival)
  • No Ordinary Man (New Visions Award at Montreal International Documentary Festival – RIDM)
  • Possessor (Best Feature Length Film and Best Direction Awards at Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival, selected at Tokyo International Film festival)
  • Prayers for a Lost Mitten (Special Jury Prize – National Feature at Montreal International Documentary Festival – RIDM)
  • Saint-Narcisse (Selected at Thessaloniki International Film Festival in section Round Midnight)
  • Sympathy for the Devil (Nominee for the Best Directorial Debut at Camerimage International Film festival)
  • The Curse of Audrey Earnshaw (Nominee for the Best Cinematography Debut Competition at Camerimage International Film festival)
  • The Two Sights (Selected at Viennale – Vienna international Film Festival)
  • They Who Surround Us (Audience Award for best Dramatic feature at The Edmonton International film festival, Best Canadian Film and Best First Time Filmmaker at the Montreal Independent Film Festival)
  • Tin Can (Selected in the Panorama fantastic section at Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival)

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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