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WolfCop

It's not unusual for alcoholic cop Lou Garou to black out and wake up in unfamiliar surroundings, but lately things have taken a strange turn. Crime scenes seem oddly familiar. Lou's senses are heightened, and when the full moon...

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waydowntown (2000)

waydowntown

In the maze-like downtown core of Calgary, four young office workers inhabit a world full of interconnected skywalks between offices, apartment buildings, food courts and malls – making it possible, or perhaps even easy, to never go outside. But...

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Why Shoot the Teacher? (1977)

Why Shoot the Teacher?

Why Shoot the Teacher? is a delightful adaptation of the Max Braithwaite novel of the same name. During the great depression, Max (Cort) moves from an urban centre to the fictional prairie town of Willowgreen, Saskatchewan, where he lands...

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Tu dors Nicole (You’re Sleeping Nicole) (2014)

Tu dors Nicole (You’re Sleeping Nicole)

A critical hit at the Cannes film festival, Stéphane Lafleur’s third feature is an indie comedy that showcases his trademark absurdist and deadpan humour. Nicole (Côté) is adrift after college graduation, working a dead-end summer job in her hometown...

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Trailer Park Boys: The Movie (Les Trailer Park Boys - Le film) (2006)

Trailer Park Boys: The Movie

When pot-smoking petty criminals Julian (Tremblay) and Ricky (Wells) get caught breaking into an ATM, they’re both quickly sent to prison. Eighteen months later, the boys are released back into society, but the transition isn’t easy. Ricky’s girlfriend, Lucy...

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The Bronswik Affair

This funny yet serious short film demonstrates the effectiveness of advertising and the marketing machine. Its comic appeal lies in the characters and the absurd situations they find themselves in, but it also shines a harsh light on our...

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The Guest

A trapper finds a strange wounded animal in the forest. But his new little friend quickly proves insatiable.

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The Cat Came Back

In this Oscar-nominated short, a humorous song tells the silly tale of a man who just can't get rid of an unwanted cat. 

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The Big Snit

A wonderfully wacky look at two conflicts – global nuclear war and a domestic quarrel – and how each is resolved. This classic animated short was nominated for an Oscar. 

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The Trotsky (Le Trotski) (2009)

The Trotsky

Leon Bronstein (Baruchel) isn’t an average Montreal high school student. For one thing, he’s convinced that he is the reincarnation of early-20th-century Russian revolutionary Leon Trotsky. When Leon starts a hunger strike in his father’s (Rubinek’s) clothing factory, he...

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Saddest Music in the World (La musique la plus triste du monde) (2003)

The Saddest Music in the World

When Winnipeg is named the ”saddest city in the world” for the fourth year running, Baroness Port-Huntley (Rossellini) concocts an elaborate scheme to promote her beer by advertising a contest to find the saddest music in the world. With...

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