Celebrate #CanFilmDay with a playlist of animated and doc films, all proudly made in the Great White North.
Take a road trip with iconic Canadian actor Eric Peterson as he sets out to thank each and every Canadian for supporting Canadian artists.
This short animation is a story about a dream about a train, inspired by found sound of a Toronto subway car.
Meet Mabel Robinson, a 89-year-old hairdressing pioneer who's still styling up a storm in Hubbards, Nova Scotia.
Take an exhilarating 3-minute journey from the far North to the urban South with this short film that showcases ingenious solutions to mobility issues faced by Canada's Indigenous peoples.
This short animation presents the haunting story of two brothers who share the scars, though not the memories, of an untold history that has driven them to existential extremes.
This short doc offers an Indigenous perspective on the devastating experience of searching for a loved one who has disappeared.
This short animation takes a good hard look at the bizarre behaviour of people working out in a gym.
Watch and listen as a young Aboriginal man delivers a touching testimony on the journey that brought him closer to his Atikamekw roots and community.
Fed up with her roommate’s incessant shopping and hoarding, a girl takes matters into her own hands.
This short doc takes a look at the changing face of PEI's agricultural industry.
Watch this feature doc about a deadly coyote attack in the Cape Breton wilderness. Terrified locals conclude a new super-species—part coyote, part wolf—is on the prowl. But are the rumours true?
Meet Danny Williams, the charismatic and unflinching former Premier of Newfoundland who fought to defend his province's interest against prime ministers and Big Oil alike.
Although Wood Mountain's lost all four of its grain elevators and its school's been shuttered for a decade, a handful of kind souls still call the village home.