directed by Niels Arden Oplev
starring Sofie Grååøøl, Lene Maria Christensen, Anders W. Berthelsen, Søren Malling
directed by Slater Jewell-Kemker
Following the rise of the Global Youth Climate Movement over twelve years
Youth Unstoppable follows the evolution of the global youth climate movement and the young people who refuse to let their futures slip away. From age 15 to the present, Slater Jewell-Kemker takes us to the front lines and shows us the emotional and human perspective of the climate crisis as never seen before.
directed by Katherine Jerkovic
starring Jorge Martinez Colorado, Enzo Desmeules Saint-Hilaire, Eva Avila
RELAX, I'M FROM THE FUTURE
directed by Luke Higginson
starring Rhys Darby, Gabrielle Graham
Official Selection at FIN Atlantic Film Festival and Fantasia Film Festival
written and directed by Kevin Hegge
starring by Judy Blame, Duggie Fields, Princess Julia, John Maybury, Philip Sallon, Mark Moore, Les Child, Andrew Czezowski
Opened at BFI Flare: London LGBTQIA+ Film Festival
directed by Michael LeBlanc and Joshua Reichmann
starring Tenzin Kelsang, Tenzin Choekyi, Yeshi Tenzin, Chemi Lhamo, Mr. Tibet Sangyal
A Tibetan-Canadian Feature based in the Tibetan community of Parkdale, Toronto
COME BACK ANYTIME
directed by John Daschbach
starring Masamoto Ueda and Kazuko Ueda
CUP OF CHEER
directed by Jake Horowitz
starring Storm Steenson, Alexander Oliver, Liam Marshall
An X-mas rated comedy. The spoof of all spoofs.
THE NOISE OF ENGINES
written and directed by Philippe Grégoire
starring Robert Naylor, Tanja Björk
Nominated for Best Achievement in Direction , Performance by Actress in a Supporting Role , and the John Dunning First Feature Award for the 2022 Canadian Screen Awards
Alexandre, an instructor at the Canadian customs college, returns home to his small town after his employer places him on compulsory leave. As he forms a new friendship with a female Icelandic drag racer, he finds himself under surveillance by police investigators trying to get to the bottom of the sexually explicit drawings that have been troubling the town.
ALI AND AVA
directed by Clio Barnard
starring Claire Rushbrook, Adeel Akhtar
BECOMING A QUEEN
written and directed by Chris Strikes
starring Joella Crichton, Kenney Coombs, Lou-Ann Crichton, Mischka Crichton
Nominated for a DGC Craft Award for Best Picture Editing Documentary
SMALL TOWN PRIDE
directed by Chelle Turingan and Riley Sparks
Official selection at Inside Out Festival
written and directed by Kyle Thomas
starring Alana Hawley Purvis, Joe Perry, Nicole De Boer, Chad Brownlee
From the director of Official TIFF Selection The Valley Below "
When her parents are killed in a sudden car accident, television actor Frankie King (Alana Hawley Purvis) returns to her hometown in rural Alberta to face this tragedy after being estranged from her family for 20 years. As she struggles to reconnect with her truculent brother Grayson (Joe Perry), old wounds are reopened and family secrets uncovered. Range Roads is an intimate story of grief, longing, and forgiveness, that explores the painful and beautiful complexities of what it means to be a family.
In the rundown Sarajevo suburb of Alipasino Polje, Faruk is an orphan who lives with his ill grandmother and spends his days foraging for scrap metal and dabbling in petty crime. One day he meets Mona, a timid teen from a politically powerful and affluent family. As Mona dreams of escaping the overbearing toxicity of her home life, she seeks refuge and opens herself up to Faruk, a boy from a world entirely different than her own.
TABIJA (THE WHITE FORTRESS)
written and directed Igor Drljaca
starring Pavle Cemerikic, Sumeja Dardagan, Jasmin Geljo, Kerim Cutuna, Alban Ukaj, Irena Mulamuhic
Bosnia and Herzegovina Selection for the 94th Academy Awards
TIFF Canada's Top Ten 2021 Select
EVENTS TRANSPIRING BEFORE, DURING AND AFTER A HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL GAME
written and directed by Ted Stenson
starring Andrew Phung, Paul Cowling, Jay Morberg
Starring Andrew Phung from "Kim ' s Convenience"
It’s 1999 and the Middleview Ducks boys basketball team are about to play the most low-stakes game of their lives. As the team prepares for another certain loss, the dramas around the game become more of a focus than the score. Locker room conversations about existentialism, an assistant coach’s obsession with an NBA offence technique, organizing a radical theatre protest, and frantically searching for an osteoporosisstricken canine are just some of the events that take place before, during, and after the high school basketball game.
written and directed by Josephine Mackerras
starring Emilie Piponnier, Martin Swabey, Chloe Boreham
WINNER of SXSW 2019 Grand Jury Award for Best Narrative Feature
WINNER of SXSW 2019 Cherry Picks Female First Award
directed by Ryan Noth
starring Sonja Smit, Jonas Bonnetta, Colin Mochrie
From the director of THE ROAD TO WEBEQUIE
Dara returns home to reconnect with her husband and her young daughter, whom she left two years earlier. When she arrives, she discovers that a woman who is seven months pregnant has taken her place and that her daughter no longer recognizes her. LIKE A HOUSE ON FIRE tells the story of a woman's struggle to regain the life she left behind.
LIKE A HOUSE ON FIRE
directed by Jesse Noah Klein
directed by Ruth Lawrence
starring Marthe Bernard, Andy McQueen, Kyra Harper
Still struggling with her childhood abandonment, three sisters reunite at a wedding. But coming home and making a new family can come at a high cost.
Relationships. Some are good. Some are bad. All are adventures. A recently widowed women, Anna, is forced to confront her complicated relationship with love when she bumps into her ex at a wedding.