Online Access

Would you like to watch a great Canadian film on National Canadian Film (NCFD) from the comfort of your own couch? We’ve got you covered. There are tons of Canadian movies available online for you to stream or rent on April 18, 2018! Streaming options for 2018 coming soon!


Last Year’s Streaming Partners:

CBC is offering free online streaming for some of our Canadian 150 films during NCFD 150.

Atanarjuat: The Fast Runner
Away From Her
Last Night
Manufactured Landscapes
Stories We Tell
The Sweet Hereafter


From April 19 to 21, NFB will be offering GUN RUNNERS and SETH’s DOMINION for a $0.99 rental.

Celebrate NCFD 150 with a playlist of animated and doc films, all proudly made in the Great White North.

In honour of Canada’s 150th anniversary in 2017, Telefilm Canada has curated a collection of Canadian feature films in partnership with Canadian distributors exclusively for iTunes. The collection showcases 150 of the best Canadian movies released between 2005 and 2016. English- and French-language titles are available to rent or own in both official languages.

These titles and more Canadian films will be available to subscribers in a collection called “Canadian Film Celebration” on TMN GO.

Away From Her
Ginger Snaps
The Sweet Hereafter
The Trotsky

The Canadian Film Centre (CFC) will be streaming the 2005 short film BIG GIRL directed and written by Renuka Jeyapalan.

Big Girl

Until April 30, you can rent O, BRAZEN AGE for only $1.99 with this promo code: OBA4CS

MUBI will exclusively stream the 2014 TIFF & VIFF selected THE VALLEY BELOW as part of NCFD 150.

The Valley Below

Circa 1967 – Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre (CFMDC) is founded as Canada’s first artist run, not for profit film distribution centre. Michael Snow, one of the founders of the centre, creates the seminal and groundbreaking 16mm avant-garde film Wavelength. In celebration of Canada’s 150th anniversary and CFMDC’s 50th, presents a collection of short films that consider time and form from a uniquely Canadian perspective.

For our “150 Canadian Films,” you can also see where they are available online directly on their individual film pages. Don’t know what the “150 Canadian Films” are? Let’s get started!