National Canadian Film Day is a coast-to-coast celebration of all the wonderful achievements made in Canadian cinema.
There are tons of things to check out over on the National Canadian Film Day website including special events & film festival screenings, spotlight films, films to watch on TV, and films to stream online. Also, two special things you should definitely have on your radar: The Black & indigenous Realities Livestream with Canadian directors Charles Officer & Sonia Bonspille Boileau and Light(s) at the End of the Tunnel, a collection of 11 Canadian short films commissioned by Reels Canada and Netflix.
National Canadian Film Day is also the perfect time to support the amazing Barrie Film Festival by streaming something from their Virtual Cinema including This Is Not A Movie, The Great Green Wall, Buddy, and ten others. Many of the films featured in the Virtual Cinema are limited releases and this could be the easiest way to check them out!
National Canadian Film Day takes place on April 21 and you can check out more information here.
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