YOUR NORTH STAR TO FILMS FROM CANADA IN THE U.S.
Discover films and series each month.
New Arrivals + Festival Highlights
The Gig is Up (as of October 8)
A frank look at working conditions in today’s online delivery economy.
CHELSEA FILM FESTIVAL
Bone Cage (Oct 14-18)
Jamie begins to doubt his job clear-cutting forests for a local mill.
Peace by Chocolate (Oct 6-26)
A Syrian refugee in a small town tries to fit in. Chocolate helps.
Saint-Narcisse (In Theatres Oct 15)
Twin brothers share dark family secrets of desire and transgression.
A village in rural Quebec is terrorized by a flesh-eating disease.
Sisters deal with dire consequences when one is bitten by a werewolf.
A doctor seeks revenge by abducting the man who murdered his daughter.
A radio host combats a strange deadly virus infecting a small town.
An oddball rock 'n' roll band seeks fame in this witty vampire comedy.
IN THE SPOTLIGHT
ARCHITECTURE + DESIGN MONTH NYC
Four women architects explore how to change our urban environment.
INTERNATIONAL DAY OF THE GIRL
Because We Are Girls
Three adult daughters expose their traditional family’s dirty secrets.
A politically charged, terrifying Indigenous take on the zombie genre.
The Red Violin
The incredible tale of an instrument with many lives over many years.
Bon Cop Bad Cop
Two cops. Two cultures. Two Canadian official languages. One murder.
World Mental Health Day
Out of Mind Out of Sight
Four extraordinary lives of four patients in a mental institution.
Land of the Heads
A vampire’s wife insists he steals a new head for her to feel younger.
This vain youth dares to enter Baba Yaga's house of bones. Unwise?
Arts + Artists
Luben and Elena
Two acclaimed Bulgarian artists settle in Newfoundland: a love affair.
Architecture + Design Month NYC
City Out of Time
Narrated by William Shatner, a stunning, poetic portrait of Venice.