It’s no secret that Canada is a hotbed for entertainment.
While the Canadian film industry is a very diverse and diverse industry, it’s important to remember that the majority of the population is still largely ignorant of the many nuances of the entertainment industry.
With a huge number of films and TV shows currently airing in Canada, it can be difficult to gauge how much of the Canadian entertainment market is actually accessible to the average person.
That’s why it was a big surprise to many that there were only two films in the entire series that were released in Canada and that were screened in theaters.
It’s not uncommon for films to be released in theaters in other countries and it’s not unusual for films from other countries to have their own film festivals, festivals with special screenings, or special premieres.
While these special premiere screenings and festivals are all part of a film’s theatrical release schedule, there are also many other events that happen to celebrate the release of a particular film.
For instance, if a film has a premiere screening in Toronto and the film has an international premiere screening, it might be common for some films to have a screening in London, the United Kingdom or even a special screening in Berlin, Germany.
And if a movie is screened in Japan, it may be common to have an event in Tokyo, Japan.
To help illustrate just how much Canadian audiences are not fully familiar with Canadian film, I compiled a list of all the films released in 2016.
I also made sure to include films from the United States, Japan, France, the European Union and other countries that are not part of Canada.
I’ve included some of the highlights of each film below.
This list will only include films that are released in theatres and that have an international release date.
There are a few films that aren’t on this list but are still released in the United, European and North American theaters.
I hope that this list has given you a little insight into the diversity of the film industry in Canada.
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This article has been edited for length and clarity.
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The full list of films released by the network can be found here.