National Canadian Film Day

Jack Blum and Sharon Corder

Column: Go big and stay home

Reel Canada’s Jack Blum and Sharon Corder discuss National Canadian Film Day’s pivot and how, even through these challenging times, the industry has come together.


Canadian Film Day streams on to celebrate homegrown film

Reel Canada is taking the annual Canadian film celebration online with curated film collections on streaming sites and a four-hour livestream on April 22.

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NCFD celebrates 100 years of domestic filmmaking

Executive director Jack Blum and artistic director Sharon Corder on how the annual event is changing the conversation around Canadian film.

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National Canadian Film Day highlights female filmmakers

The festival will host 700 screenings of Canadian films in Canada and abroad, as well as a special event discussion between Deepa Mehta and Alanis Obomsawin.

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NCFD maps its route (across 1,750 screens)

With a government investment of $3 million, National Canadian Film Day has more than quadrupled in size since last year.

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NCFD 150 launches Canada-wide promo campaign

In addition to TV spots directed by famous Canadians, several large-screen installations showing clips of Canadian films will appear in cities across the country.

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NCFD receives major government investment

With $3 million in provincial and federal funding, the 2017 event is poised to be the biggest single-day film fest ever held, according to event organizers.

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National Canadian Film Day set for 350 screenings

The event has grown from 70 screenings in 2014 to five times that number today.

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Industry, fans get behind Canadian Film Day

Events linked to the Reel Canada initiative will be taking place in over 75 communities across the country.

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Reel Canada launches inaugural National Canadian Film Day

Industry partners from Cineplex to Hollywood Suite are providing screen time to promote Canadian film to the public on April 29. (The Sweet Hereafter pictured)