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The big re-gift: How <i>Black Christmas</i> became a Canadian classic

There's something almost too perfect about the fact Black Christmas was largely roasted by Canadian critics when it opened in 1974. Now almost universally considered a benchmark in genre filmmaking – one of those out-of-nowhere low-budget obscurities that Read More

<i>Rhymes for Young Ghouls</i> – Indigenous voices in Canadian film

We’re seeing more and more films released from established and emerging Indigenous filmmakers with engaging and unique voices – including one of this decade's most exciting Canadian feature film debuts, Jeff Barnaby’s 2013 film Rhymes for Young Ghouls. Read More

<i>Enemy</i>: A creepy (Canadian!) doppelgänger film

Enemy follows two versions of Jake Gyllenhaal: Adam, a meek teacher in a funk, and Anthony, a rich, callous bit-playing actor. Read More

<i>Atlantic City</i>: The story behind the only Canadian film ever nominated for Best Picture at the Oscars

Many are surprised this film is considered Canadian, what with it starring Susan Sarandon and Burt Lancaster, and being shot and set in Atlantic City. Outside of the leads though, almost all the talent in front of and behind the camera is Canadian. Read More

What To Watch On National Canadian Film Day

On National Canadian Film Day Hollywood Suite is turning its programming over entirely to Canadian films and highlighting some of the most fun, unique and thrilling movies Canada has to offer. Read More

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