canadian film

Katerina Savard stars in Nadia, Butterfly. (Maxime Cormier/Annie Tremblay Communications)

One Canadian swimmer’s journey to the Tokyo Olympics through the film Nadia, Butterfly

Olympic swimmer Katerine Savard hoped to walk the red carpet at the premiere of her film in Cannes, then make her final bid for gold at the summer games in Tokyo. COVID-19 had other plans.

6 of the best Canadian films at the Toronto International Film Festival

From experimental film essays to searing dramatic thrillers, some of the most exhilarating movies at TIFF hailed from Canada


Sleeping Giant: at Cannes, a Canadian answer to ‘Boyhood’ makes a stir

A spectacular Canadian debut starring non-actors solves the puzzle of what happened to Anglo Canadian movies

Canada meets Norway in an unsung Oscar veteran’s films

Alex Colville’s rural landscapes meet Marimekko cool in the animated films of Torill Kove

David Cronenberg in all his weirdness

More like our Bowie than our Alice Munro, now he has an art show

Starlight Wars: Robert Lantos strikes back!

The veteran producer defends his proposed ‘mandatory carriage’ Canadian film channel

Introducing the Canadian Screen Awards, and their 2013 nominees

The Genies and Geminis merge to celebrate Canadian talent

Merde, as the minister sees it

Which attitude ultimately seems more healthy and likely to encourage improvement—Lindsay Blackett’s, or Kirstine Stewart’s?