Hollywood North: Film In Canada

September 6, 2016 | Beau

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The Toronto International Film Festival kicks off its 41st anniversary beginning on September 8th, and while it has become one of the premier showcases for movies from around the world since its founding in 1976, we shouldn't let the international flavour of the festival obscure the fact that Canada has had a thriving film industry for well over a century now, with its own home-grown crop of critically-renowned directors, actors and films. If you're interested in learning more about "Hollywood North," the Toronto Public Library has an appropriately vast collection of books and DVDs with historical and critical appraisals of the rich history of film in this country.

Canadian Cinema Since The 1980s
               100 Years Of Canadian Cinema               Weird Sex And Snowshoes   


The Young The Restless And The Dead


          Toronto On Film World Film Locations Toronto


          Hollywood North  Hollywood North The Feature Film Industry In British Columbia  Dreaming In The Rain


Film And The City


Reel Asian


Film In Canada Canadian National Cinema


          Quebec National Cinema    The Radio Eye      Essays On Quebec Cinema