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This is a list of films produced in Canada ordered by year and date of release. At present, films predating 1970 are directly listed here; from 1970 on, links are provided to standalone lists by year. For an alphabetical list of all Canadian films with Wikipedia articles, see Category:Canadian films.

Contents

1890sEdit

Title Director Cast Genre Notes
1898
Ten Years in Manitoba James Freer James Freer

1900sEdit

Title Director Cast Genre Notes
1903
Hiawatha, the Messiah of the Ojibway Joe Rosenthal Short A lost film.

1910sEdit

Title Director Cast Genre Notes
1913
Battle of the Long Sault Frank Crane Frank Crane Short drama Made with the Kanehnawaga First Nations[1]
Evangeline Edward P. Sullivan, William H. Cavanaugh Laura Lyman, John T. Carleton, E.P. Sullivan Drama based on the Longfellow poem
1914
In the Land of the Head Hunters Edward S. Curtis Maggie Frank Documentary
1915
Canada's Fighting Forces D.J. Dwyer Government of Canada World War I propaganda film[2]
1916
Self-Defence Charles Roos Albert Grupe Docudrama It depicts a fictitious German invasion of Canada.[3]
1919
Back to God's Country David Hartford Nell Shipman, Charles Arling, Wheeler Oakman, Wellington Playter Drama Produced by Nell and Ernest Shipman
Whaling: British Columbia's Least Known and Most Romantic Industry A. D. Kean Documentary short Depicts the whaling industry on the Pacific coast, with scenes filmed off Vancouver Island (1916-17) and the Queen Charlotte Islands (1917-19).

1920sEdit

Title Director Cast Genre Notes
1920
The Great Shadow Harley Knoles Tyrone Power Sr, Dorothy Bernard Anti-Red drama [4]
1921
Cameron of the Royal Mounted Henry McRae Gaston Glass, Vivienne Osborne, Irving Cummings Drama Produced by Ernest Shipman. A third of the original footage exists in the National Archives.[5]
God's Crucible Henry McRae Gaston Glass, Wilton Lackaye Drama Produced by Ernest Shipman.[6]
1922
Canadian Government Arctic Expedition of 1922 George Valiquette
Madeleine de Verchères Joseph-Arthur Homier Estelle Bélanger, Adrien Lefebvre Drama No print of this early Canadian film is known to exist.[7]
The Man from Glengarry Henry McRae Anders Randolph Drama Produced by Ernest Shipman.[6]
Nanook of the North Robert Flaherty Allakariallak, Nyla, Cunayou, Allee Documentary Arguably the most famous film ever shot in Canada, Nanook of the North is technically not Canadian; although, in spirit it certainly is. The money to finance the film came from France.
The Rapids David Hartford Mary Astor, Harry Morey, Walter Miller, Charles Wellesley Drama Produced by Ernest Shipman.[6]
1923
Canadian Government Arctic Expedition of 1923 George Valiquette [8]
Glengarry School Days Henry McRae Pauline Garon Drama Produced by Ernest Shipman.[9]
1924
Blue Water David Hartford Norma Shearer, Pierre Gendron Drama
Canadian Government Arctic Expedition of 1924 Roy Tash [10]
1925
Canadian Government Arctic Expedition of 1925 George Valiquette [11]
1926
La Drogue fatale (also known as The Fatal Drug) Joseph-Arthur Homier Paul Lefrançois Drama The film was released only in Quebec and no print is known to exist. Homier is regarded as the first Quebec director of feature films.[7]
1927
Policing the Plains A. D. Kean Jack Boyd, Ira Boyd, Joe Fleiger, Dorothy Fowler, Senior Heaton, Margaret Lougheed. Docudrama Feature film about the history of the Royal Northwest Mounted Police, based on the book of the same name by Rev. R. G. MacBeth. Filmed in BC, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Ontario, April 1924-September 1927. Lost.[12]
1928
The Beaver People Bill Oliver Grey Owl Short The first of several films featuring Archie Belaney, the Englishman who claimed First Nations heritage. The Grey Owl films were made during the late 1920s and 1930s for the National Parks of Canada.[13]
Carry on, Sergeant! Bruce Bairnsfather Hugh Buckler, Jimmie Savo, Nancy Ann Hargreaves, First World War drama
His Destiny Neal Hart Neal Hart, Barbara Kent, Charles Wellesley Drama The film features footage shot at the Calgary Stampede.[14]
In the Shadow of the Pole Richard Fennie Documentary [15]
1929
The Devil Bear Louis Chaudet Dorothy Dwan, Carroll Nye Horror/Drama [16]

1930sEdit

Title Director Cast Genre Notes
1931
Among the Igloo Dewellers Richard Fennie Documentary [15]
The Viking George Melford Charles Starrett, Louise Huntington, Arthur Vinton, Arthur Vinton Drama Technically not a Canadian film, The Viking is a forgotten Hollywood potboiler that nevertheless contains remarkable early footage of the life and hardships of Newfoundland seal hunters.
1933
The Crimson Paradise (US title Fighting Playboy) Robert F. Hill Nick Stuart, Lucile Browne Drama shot in Vancouver The first Canadian sound feature film; made with U.S. financing.[17]
Damaged Lives Edgar G. Ulmer Diane Sinclair, Lyman Williams Drama Made with U.S. financing
1935
Lest We Forget Frank Badgley, W.W. Murray Short Made by the Canadian Government Motion Picture Bureau, the precursor to the National Film Board of Canada.[18]
Rhapsody in Two Languages Gordon Sparling Short [19]
Secrets of Chinatown Fred C. Newmeyer Nick Stuart, Lucile Brown Drama Made with U.S. financing
1936
From Nine to Nine Edgar G. Ulmer Ruth Roland, Roland Drew Drama Made with U.S. financing[18]
House in Order Gordon Sparling John Pratt, Mildred Mitchell Short drama The film was sponsored by Shell Oil to promote its product.[18]
The King's Plate (released in the US as Thoroughbred) Sam Newfield Toby Wing, Kenne Duncan Drama Made with U.S. financing[18]
'Lucky' Corrigan (also known as Fury and the Woman) Lewis D. Collins William Gargan Melodrama Made with U.S. financing[20]
Lucky Fugitives Nick Grinde David Manners Drama Made with U.S. financing[18]
Secret Patrol David Selman Charles Starrett Drama Made with U.S. financing[20]
Tugboat Princess David Selman Walter C. Kelly, Valerie Hobson Drama Made with U.S. financing[20]
Undercover Sam Newfield Charles Starrett, Adrienne Doré, Kenneth Duncan, Wheeler Oakman Drama Made with U.S. financing[21]
Vengeance Del Lord Lyle Talbot, Wendy Barrie. Wally Albright Drama Made with U.S. financing
1937
En pays neuf Maurice Proulx Documentary [22]
The Kinsmen Gordon Sparling Short From the Canadian Cameo series produced by Associated Screen News of Canada from Montreal.[23]
Murder Is News Leon Barsha John Gallaude. Iris Meredith Drama Made with U.S. financing
Patrol to the Northwest Passage Richard Fennie Documentary [24]
Stampede Ford Beebe Charles Starrett Western Made with U.S. financing[20]
Woman against the World David Selman Alice Moore, Ralph Forbes Melodrama Made with U.S. financing[25]
1938
Convicted Leon Barsha Charles Quigley, Rita Hayworth Drama Made with U.S. financing
Death Goes North Frank McDonald Edgar Edwards, Sheila Bromley Drama Made with U.S. financing[26]
Across the Border (also known as Special Inspector) Leon Barsha Charles Quigley, Rita Hayworth Drama Made with U.S. financing
1939
The Case of Charlie Gordon Stuart Legg Short [27]

1940sEdit

Title Director Cast Genre Notes
1941
Churchill's Island Stuart Legg Narrated by Lorne Greene National Film Board of Canada (NFB) short Academy Award for Documentary Short Subject
Inside Fighting China Stuart Legg Narrated by Lorne Greene NFB short Academy Award for Best Documentary (Short Subject) nominee
Mail Early Norman McLaren NFB animated short Norman McLaren's first film for the NFB[28]
Warclouds in the Pacific Stuart Legg Narrated by Lorne Greene NFB short Academy Award for Best Documentary (Short Subject) nominee
1942
À la croisée des chemins Jean-Marie Poitevin, Paul Guèvremont Paul Guèvremont
High over the Borders Raymond Spottiswoode NFB short Academy Award for Best Documentary nominee
1943
À la croisée des chemins Jean-Marie Poitevin & Paul Guèvremont Paul Guèvremont, Denise Pelletier Drama Narrated by René Lévesque, the future premier of Quebec.[29]
Alexis Tremblay, Habitant Jane Marsh Beveridge NFB documentary Photographed by Judith Crawley [30]
1945
Le Père Chopin Fedor Ozep & Georges Freedland Madeleine Ozary, Marcel Chabrier, Pierre Durand Drama The first of several feature films produced during the 1940s and early 1950s by Renaissance Films of Montreal.[31]
Fridolinons Roger Blais Gratien Gélinas Short
1947
Bush Pilot Sterling Campbell Rochelle Hudson, Jack La Rue, Austin Willis, Frank Perry Melodrama
Whispering City Fedor Ozep English cast: Helmut Dantine, Mary Anderson, Paul Lukas, John Pratt French cast: Paul Dupuis, Nicole Germain, Jacques Auger, Henri Letondal Crime drama
1948
Drug Addict Robert Anderson NFB short Canadian Film Awards (CFA) - Documentary[32]
The Loon's Necklace Budge Crawley Short The film won the inaugural Canadian Film Award for Film of the Year; AV Preservation Trust Masterwork
Sins of the Fathers Phil Rosen Austin Willis, Joy Lafleur Drama [33]
1949
Begone Dull Care Norman McLaren, Evelyn Lambart Visual music presentation of Oscar Peterson NFB animated short At the 1st Berlin International Film Festival it won the Silver Medal (Culture Films and Documentaries) award; AV Preservation Trust Masterwork
Le Gros Bill Jean-Yves Bigras Ginette Letondal, Juliette Béliveau Comedy/drama [34]
Un Homme et son péché Paul Gury Hector Charland, Nicole Germain, Guy Prevost Drama Canadian Film Award - Special Award[35]
Perpetual Movement (Mouvement perpétuel) Claude Jutra Canadian Film Award winner for Best Amateur Film in 1950
The Rising Tide Jean Palardy NFB documentary It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary (Short Subject)

1950sEdit

Title Director Cast Genre Notes
1950
Docteur Louise Paul Vandenberghe & René Delacroix Madeleine Robinson, Jean Davy, Line Noro Drama First Canada-France co-production[36]
Forbidden Journey Richard J. Jarvis Jan Rubeš, Susan Douglas, John Colicos Drama
Les Lumières de ma ville Jean-Yves Bigras Huguette Oligny, Monique Leyrac Drama [37]
Séraphin Jean Gury Nicole Germain Drama [38]
1951
Around Is Around & Now Is the Time Norman McLaren NFB experimental shorts An early experimentation in 3D by Norman McLaren and Evelyn Lambart; CFA - Special award[39]
The Fight: Science against Cancer Morten Parker NFB animated short Academy Award for Best Documentary (Short Subject); Canadian Film Award - Special Award[40]
Neighbours Norman McLaren Grant Munro, Jean Paul Ladouceur NFB short made by pixilation technique Academy Award Short Subject (One-reel) nominee and Best Documentary (Short Subject) winner; AV Preservation Trust Masterwork
Newfoundland Scene F. R. Crawley Frank Peddie Documentary
Royal Journey David Bairstow, Gudrun Parker, Roger Blais NFB documentary
1952
Étienne Brûlé, gibier de potence Melburn Turner Paul Dupuis, Jacques Auger, Ginette Letondal Drama The film was shot in both French and English, and is credited as being the first Canadian feature in colour.[41]
La petite Aurore l’enfant martyre Jean-Yves Bigras Yvonne Laflamme, Lucie Mitchell Drama [35]
The Romance of Transportation in Canada Colin Low NFB animated short The received a special BAFTA Award, the Short Film Palme d'Or for animation at Cannes Film Festival, as well as an Academy Award for Animated Short Film nomination.
Tit-Coq René Delacroix & Gratien Gélinas Gratien Gélinas, Clément Latour, Monique Miller, Denise Pelletier, Paul Dupuis Drama based on the play by Gélinas
1953
Farewell Oak Street Gordon Burwash Kate Reid Docudrama Canadian Film Award – Theatrical Short[42]
Herring Hunt Julian Biggs NFB short Academy Award nominee[43]
1954
Corral Colin Low NFB short
The Seasons Christopher Chapman Short documentary
The Stratford Adventure Morten Parker Narrated by John Drainie NFB documentary This was named Film of the Year at the Canadian Film Awards and nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature
1955
Blinkity Blank Norman McLaren NFB animated short It received the Short Film Palme d'Or at the 1955 Cannes Film Festival
1956
Rythmetic Norman McLaren & Evelyn Lambart NFB animated short
Skidrow Allan King CBC documentary Canadian Film Awards – TV Information[44]
Le Village enchanté Marcel Racicot & Réal Racicot Animated Canada's first animated feature.[45]
1957
A Chairy Tale Norman McLaren & Claude Jutra Claude Jutra NFB short Pixilation Nominated for an Academy Award for Best Short Subject (Live Action)
City of Gold Colin Low & Wolf Koenig Klondike Gold Rush; Documentary Winner of the Palme d'or for best short film at the 1957 Cannes Film Festival and nominated for an Academy Award Best Short Subject, Live Action Subjects
Legend of the Raven Judith Crawley Documentary Canadian Film Awards – Arts and Experimental[46]
Oedipus Rex Tyrone Guthrie Douglas Campbell, Eleanor Stuart, William Hutt, Douglas Rain Classic drama from the original Stratford Festival stage version based on a translation by W.B. Yeats [47]
1958
Les brûlés Bernard Devlin Jean Lajeunesse, J. Léo Gagnon, Félix Leclerc Drama
A Dangerous Age Sidney J. Furie Ben Piazza, Anne Pearson, Kate Reid, Austin Willis, Barbara Hamilton Drama
Flaming Frontier Sam Newfield Bruce Bennett, Jim Davis, Cec Linder, Larry Solway Western A low-budget B-Western shot in Los Angeles and Calgary and made with Canadian financing.[48]
Ivy League Killers William Davidson Don Borisenko, Don Francks, Barbara Bricker Drama
The Living Stone John Feeney NFB documentary Nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Short.
Now That April's Here William Davidson, Norman Klenman Don Borisenko, Judy Welch, John Drainie, Katherine Blake, Tony Grey, Walter Massey Drama [49]
Les Raquetteurs Michel Brault, Gilles Groulx NFB documentary
Wolf Dog Sam Newfield Ben Piazza, Austin Willis Drama
1959
The Back-Breaking Leaf Terence Macartney-Filgate NFB documentary Part of the groundbreaking NFB Candid Eye series shown on the CBC-TV (1958–61); Cannes Film Festival – Palme d'Or for Television Documentary[50]
The Bloody Brood Julian Roffman Jack Betts, Barbara Lord, Peter Falk, Robert Christie Drama
A Cool Sound from Hell Sidney J. Furie Anthony Ray, Carolyn D’Annibale, Madeline Kronby Drama
Glenn Gould: On/Off the Record Wolf Koenig, Roman Kroitor NFB documentary Part of the Candid Eye series[51][52]

1960sEdit

Title Director Cast Genre Notes
1960
Circle of the Sun Colin Low Documentary
Frames of Reference Richard Leacock Documentary
Universe Roman Kroitor, Colin Low NFB animated/live-action short Nominee at the 33rd Academy Awards in the category of Best Documentary Short Subject
1961
1 + 1 (Exploring the Kinsey Reports) Arch Oboler Leo G. Carroll, Kate Reid, Austin Willis, Douglas Rain, Barbara Hamilton Docudrama [53]
Golden Gloves Gilles Groulx NFB short
Macbeth Paul Almond Sean Connery CBC-TV drama
The Mask Julian Roffman Paul Stevens, Claudette Nevins, Anne Collings, Martin Lavut Horror
Morning on the Lièvre David Bairstow NFB short Canadian Film Award – Theatrical Short; Berlin Film Festival – Silver Bear for Short Film[54]
Nikki, Wild Dog of the North Jack Couffer & Don Haldane Jean Coutu, Émile Genest, Uriel Luft, Robert Rivard Family film The first of three live-action films made in Canada by Disney, with a Canadian co-producing partner.
Very Nice, Very Nice Arthur Lipsett NFB experimental short It was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Live Action Short Film at the 34th Academy Awards.
Wings of Chance Edward Dew James Brown, Frances Rafferty, Richard Tretter, Patrick Whyte Drama
Wrestling (La Lutte) Michel Brault, Claude Jutra, Marcel Carrière & Claude Fournier NFB short
1962
À St-Henri le cinq septembre Hubert Aquin NFB documentary
Alone or With Others (Seul ou avec autres) Denis Héroux, Denys Arcand, Stéphane Venne Nicole Braun, Pierre Létourneau, Marie-José Raymond Drama Student film and Denys Arcand's first directorial credit[55]
Big Red Norman Tokar Walter Pidgeon, Gilles Payant, Émile Genest, Janette Bertrand Family film The third of three co-productions with Disney
Lonely Boy Roman Kroitor, Wolf Koenig NFB documentary This National Film Board of Canada production won a Canadian Film Award as top film of the year.
Manouane River Lumberjacks (Bûcherons de la Manouane) Arthur Lamothe NFB documentary
My Financial Career Gerald Potterton Animated short
Nahanni Albert Faille NFB documentary
1963
À tout prendre Claude Jutra Claude Jutra, Johanne Harrelle Drama Best Picture at the 1964 Canadian Film Awards.
Amanita Pestilens René Bonnière Jacques Labrecque, Huguette Oligny, Geneviève Bujold Drama
The Bitter Ash Larry Kent Alan Scarfe, Lynn Stewart, Philip Brown, Diane Griffith Drama [56]
Christmas Cracker Norman McLaren, Jeff Hale, Gerald Potterton & Grant Munro NFB animated short Nominee for an Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film at the 37th Academy Awards.
Drylanders Donald Haldane Frances Hyland, James Douglas, William Fruet NFB drama NFB's first English-language feature
The Incredible Journey Fletcher Markle Émile Genest, John Drainie, Tommy Tweed Family film The most famous of a trio of live-action animal films from Disney shot in Canada.
Pour la suite du monde Michel Brault & Pierre Perrault NFB documentary AV Preservation Trust Masterwork
1964
21-87 Arthur Lipsett NFB experimental short
23 Skidoo Julian Biggs NFB experimental short
Canon Norman McLaren, Grant Munro Animated short
The Cat in the Bag (Le Chat dans le sac) Gilles Groulx Barbara Ulrich, Claude Godbout, Manon Blain, Véronique Vilbert Drama An essential feature of early Quebec cinema. AV Preservation Trust Masterwork [57]
Eskimo Artist: Kenojuak John Feeney NFB short Academy Award nominee[58]
Fields of Sacrifice Donald Brittain Documentary
The Luck of Ginger Coffey Irvin Kershner Robert Shaw, Mary Ure, Liam Redmond, Tom Harvey, Libby McClintock Drama
Nobody Waved Good-bye Don Owen Peter Kastner, Julie Biggs, Claude Rae, Toby Tarnow, Charmion King, John Vernon Drama An essential feature of early English-Canadian cinema; AV Preservation Trust Masterwork
Sweet Substitute Larry Kent Robert Howay, Angela Gann, Carol Pastinsky Drama [59]
La terre à boire Jean-Paul Bernier Genevieve Bujold, Pauline Julien, Patricia Nolin, Gilles Pelletier Drama
Trouble-Maker (Trouble fête) Pierre Patry Lucien Hamelin, Jean Duceppe, Yves Létourneau Drama [60]
1965
60 Cycles Jean-Claude Labrecque NFB documentary Canadian Film Award – Cinematography[61]
Bethune Donald Brittain Donald Sutherland NFB documentary [62]
Buster Keaton Rides Again John Spotton Buster Keaton Documentary
Ladies and Gentlemen... Mr. Leonard Cohen Donald Brittain, Don Owen Leonard Cohen NFB documentary Canadian Film Award – TV Information[63]
Memorandum Donald Brittain, John Spotton Documentary
The Merry World of Leopold Z (La vie heureuse de Léopold Z) Gilles Carle Guy L’Écuyer, Paul Hébert Comedy
The Mills of the Gods: Viet Nam Beryl Fox Documentary Broadcast on CBC-TV; Canadian Film Award – Film of the Year[64][65]
Mission of Fear (Astataïon, ou Le Festin des morts) Fernand Dansereau Jean-Guy Sabourin, Alain Cuny, Jacques Godin, Monique Mercure NFB drama
The Railrodder Gerald Potterton Buster Keaton NFB short
The Revolutionary (Le révolutionnaire) Jean Pierre Lefebvre Drama
Summer in Mississippi Beryl Fox Documentary Broadcast on CBC-TV[66]
A Trip Down Memory Lane Arthur Lipsett Collage film
Winter Kept Us Warm David Secter John Labow, Henry Tarvainen, Joy Fielding Drama
1966
Angel Derek May Leonard Cohen NFB short CFA – Arts and Experimental
The Drag Carlos Marchiori Animated short
Footsteps in the Snow (Des pas sur la neige) Martin Green Peter Kastner, Ovila Légaré, Veronica Lake Thriller
Helicopter Canada Eugene Boyko NFB documentary Nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature at the 39th Academy Awards.
High Steel Don Owen Documentary
Le Misanthrope Louis-Georges Carrier Guy Provost, Albert Millaire Drama A film record of a stage performance of the Molière play, thought to be the first in Canada, produced and distributed by Quebec’s film office and Ministry of Education.[67]
Never a Backward Step Donald Brittain, Arthur Hammond, John Spotton Documentary
Notes on a Triangle René Jodoin NFB animated short BAFTA – Animated Short[68]
The Offering David Secter Kee Faun, Ratch Wallace Drama [69]
Paddle to the Sea Bill Mason NFB animated short Nominated for an Academy Award for Best Live Action Short Film at the 40th Academy Awards.
Patricia et Jean-Baptiste Jean Pierre Lefebvre Drama
The Scribe John Sebert Buster Keaton Comedy short
The Trap Sidney Hayers Rita Tushingham, Oliver Reed Adventure
Transfer David Cronenberg Mort Ritts, Rafe Macpherson Short drama
What on Earth! Les Drew, Kaj Pindal Narrated by Donald Brittain NFB animated short Nominated for an Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film at the 40th Academy Awards.
YUL 871 Jacques Godbout Charles Denner, Andrée Lachapelle, Paul Buissonneau, Jean Duceppe Drama [70]
1967
Avec tambours et trompettes Marcel Carrière NFB documentary Canadian Film Award – Short Documentary[71]
Between Salt and Sweet Water (Entre la mer et l'eau douce) Michel Brault Claude Gauthier, Geneviève Bujold, Paul Gauthier, Robert Charlebois Drama
Canada '67 Robert Barclay Documentary
Deliver Us from Evil (Délivre-nous du mal) Jean-Claude Lord Yvon Deschamps, Guy Godin Melodrama [72]
Don't Let It Kill You (Il ne faut pas mourir pour ça) Jean Pierre Lefebvre Drama
The Ernie Game Don Owen Alexis Kanner, Judith Gault, Jackie Burroughs, Derek May Drama CBC-TV/NFB co-production.
La Fleur d’âge: Geneviève Michel Brault Geneviève Bujold, Louise Marleau, Bernard Arcand Short [73]
Flowers on a One-Way Street Robin Spry NFB documentary [74]
From the Drain David Cronenberg Short
High Larry Kent Lanning Beckman, Peter Mathews Drama [59]
The House that Jack Built Ron Tunis NFB animated short Nominated for an Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film at the 41st Academy Awards.
In the Labyrinth Roman Kroitor, Colin Low, Hugh O'Connor Multi-screen Major attraction at Expo 67
precursor to IMAX[75]
It Isn't Jacques Cartier's Fault (C'est pas la faute à Jacques Cartier) Clément Perron, Georges Dufaux Jacques Desrosiers, Paul Buissonneau, Paul Hébert Comedy
The Paper People David Gardner Marc Strange, Marigold Charlesworth Drama
A Place to Stand Christopher Chapman Short Academy Award, Best Documentary Short Subject nominee and winner for Best Live Action Short Subject.
The Sweet and the Bitter James Clavell Yoko Tani, Torin Thatacher, Jane Mallett Drama [76]
The Times That Are (Le Règne du jour) Pierre Perrault NFB documentary [77]
The Vulture Lawrence Huntington Akim Tamiroff, Broderick Crawford Horror Canada-U.K. co-production[78]
Wavelength Michael Snow Hollis Frampton, Joyce Weiland Structural film AV Preservation Trust Masterwork
Warrendale Allan King Documentary
We Are Young Alexander Hammid, Francis Thompson Documentary
1968
The Ballad of Crowfoot Willie Dunn Documentary
The Best Damn Fiddler from Calabogie to Kaladar Peter Pearson Chris Wiggins, Kate Reid, Margot Kidder NFB drama
Christopher's Movie Matinee Mort Ransen NFB documentary [79]
Cosmic Zoom Eva Szasz Animated short
Isabel Paul Almond Geneviève Bujold, Marc Strange, Gerard Parkes, Al Waxman Drama AV Preservation Trust Masterwork
The Man Who Wanted Nothing Mary Walker-Sawka Wallace McSween, Marilyn Marsh Drama
My Friend Pierrette (Mon amie Pierrette) Jean Pierre Lefebvre Drama
Pas de deux Norman McLaren NFB animated short Academy Award nominee
Rat Life and Diet in North America Joyce Weiland Experimental [80]
The Rape of a Sweet Young Girl (Le Viol d'une jeune fille douce) Gilles Carle Daniel Pilon, Donald Pilon, André Gagnon Drama [81]
The River Schooners (Les Voitures d'eau) Pierre Perrault NFB documentary
The Rise and Fall of the Great Lakes Bill Mason NFB short
Straight to the Heart (Jusqu'au coeur) Jean Pierre Lefebvre Robert Charlebois, Claudine Monfette Experimental drama Made for the NFB
Vienna Orson Welles Documentary
Walking Ryan Larkin NFB animated short Academy Award nominee[82]
1969
<---> Michael Snow Experimental
All About Women Claude Pierson Drama
And No Birds Sing Victor Cowie Ian Malcolm, Marsha Sadoway, Michael Posner, Judy Daniels, Brian Stavechny Drama
Bambi Meets Godzilla Marv Newland Animated
Blake Bill Mason Blake James NFB short Academy Award nominee[83]
Circle Jack Chambers Experimental [84]
Don't Let the Angels Fall George Kaczender Arthur Hill, Sharon Acker, Charmion King, Monique Mercure Drama
Dulcima Matt Segal Jackie Burroughs, John Colicos, Chuck Shamata Drama
Good Times Bad Times Donald Shebib Documentary
Hey, Cinderella! Jim Henson The Muppets Television film
The House of Light (Le Chambre blanche) Jean Pierre Lefebvre Michèle Magny, Marcel Sabourin Drama [85]
A Matter of Fat William Weintraub Documentary
Reason over Passion Joyce Weiland Experimental [86]
Stereo David Cronenberg Ronald Mlodzik Short [87]
To See Or Not to See (Psychocratie) Bretislav Pojar NFB animated short Canadian Film Award – Film of the Year, Animated Short; Berlin Film Festival – Golden Bear for Short Film
Valérie Denis Héroux Danielle Ouimet, Guy Godin, Yvan Ducharme, Claude Préfontaine
Waiting for Caroline Ron Kelly Alexandra Stewart, François Tassé, Sharon Acker Drama CBC-TV/NFB co-production
Wow Claude Jutra Docudrama
You Are on Indian Land Mike Kanentakeron Mitchell Documentary

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See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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