National Canadian Film Day (CanFilmDay) is a massive, coast-to-coast-to-coast salute to Canadian cinema!
Launched in 2014, CanFilmDay has brought together hundreds of thousands of Canadians, to celebrate our stories and the incredible achievements of our filmmakers.
Whether you host a screening or attend one, watch from the comfort of your home or join the party on social media, CanFilmDay is your day to feel connected to our cultures and shared values.
2022 National Canadian film day
Our first CanFilmDay to feature in-person gatherings since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic was a resounding success. Canadians are a resilient bunch who found ways to celebrate safely across the country and around the world.
191 films. 1290 events. 44 countries. 50+ special guests. 65,000 event attendees. 2.5 million at-home viewers.
National Canadian Film Day is Presented by
Uniting our nation through film.
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