Best new Canadian Movies in 2021 & 2020 (Netflix, Prime, Hulu & Cinema List)

List of the latest Canadian movies in 2021 and the best Canadian movies of 2020 & the 2010's. Top Canadian movies to watch on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, Disney+ & other Streaming services, out on DVD/Blu-ray or in cinema's right now.

New Canadian movies in 2021 in Cinema & on VOD

Top movies up for release in 2021 in cinema and on VOD
  • Harry Haft

    DIRECTOR: Barry Levinson
    CAST: Ben Foster, Billy Magnussen & Danny DeVito
    Taking place during the post-World War II era, Harry Haft (Ben Foster) is a boxer who found himself thrown into a concentration camp. The only means he found of surviving was fighting his fellow prisoners in tough competitions of combat and strength. Having survived such an experience, Harry finds himself crippled with guilt for having gone through such a dark time of uncertain survival. He hopes he can fight off those memories by going up against boxing legend Rocky Marciano, rekindling his love of the sport. Read more

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  • Kuessipan

    DIRECTOR: Myriam Verreault
    CAST: Sharon Ishpatao Fontaine, Yamie Grégoire & Étienne Galloy
    Based on the novel of the same title by Naomi Fontaine, Kuessipan follows the friendship of Mikuan (Sharon Ishpatao Fontaine) and Shaniss (Yamie Grégoire). Both of them are Innu women living in Uashat-Maliotenam that find their bond put to the ultimate test when love enters the equation. Into their lives comes a white man (Étienne Galloy) to lift one of them off their feet with love and whisk them away from such a place. But will that passionate romance lead to an end in friendship? This award-winning Canadian drama comes from director Myriam Verreault. Read more

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  • Aline The Voice of Love

    DIRECTOR: Ninja Thyberg
    CAST: Sofia Kappel, Zelda Morrison & Tee Reel
    20-year-old Bella Cherry leaves her small town in Sweden for Los Angeles with the aim to become the world's next big porn star but the road to her goal turns out to be bumpier than she imagined. Read more

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Best Canadian movies on Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, Disney+ or DVD in 2021

2020, 2019, 2018, 2017 and the 2010's best rated Canadian movies out on DVD, Bluray or streaming on VOD (Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, Disney+ & More).
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When it comes to Canadian films, it is often the Quebecois that get the most attention. This list is an attempt to capture the brilliance of both English and French language Canadian cinema. It’s always interesting, when making end of year lists, to look at Canadian cinema. The best Canadian films of 2014 and 2013 once again prove Canada is a film country you should not think too little of. It’s the country where geniuses like David Cronenberg (Videodrome (1983) ), Atom Egoyan (Exotica (1994) ), Xavier Dolan (J’ai Tué Ma Mère (2009) ) and Denys Arcand (Le Déclin de l’Empire Américain (1986) ) have been born, or in the case of Egoyan, born in Cairo, Egypt, spent most of their lives. Nonetheless, Canada remains a strange country in many regards. Suffering from the little brother syndrome, it has been determined to deviate from America’s classic Hollywood cinema. As a result it became a country that produced an enormous amount of great documentaries and horror films, but always had trouble finding its own identity. As some say, just like Canada it is a very hybrid identity based on having no essential identity. This lead to English-Canadian films to become largely marginalized – a lot of art house hits abroad, but no blockbusters or commercial success at home. English-Canadian films became ‘foreign films’ in their own country. French-Canadian films fared much better, with a viable film industry in Quebec.