Welcome to Moving Images

Welcome to Moving Images Distribution! Please check out our collection of films by Canadian filmmakers and media artists. Titles are available for educational use through digital site licenses, DVDs and curated screenings. Please contact our staff at mailbox@movingimages.ca. 

Stay tuned, our new website is arriving in the next few months. 

Moving Images Distribution is a not-for-profit organization founded by Canadian independent filmmakers in 1979. We continue to take pride in supporting artists and their creativity in the arena of the moving image.

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Transmissions

Transmissions

The month of September 2019 saw the world première of Transmissions, an immersive multimedia installation anchored in Indigenous languages and world view at the Fei and Milton Wong Experimental Theatre, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver. From our initial involvement in ...

Tributes to Barb Cranmer

Following her passing May 17, 2019 after a battle with cancer, artists and audiences mourned the loss of award-winning filmmaker Barb Cranmer of the 'Namgis First Nation, Alert Bay, B.C. A series of tributes followed with screenings of her ...

NMM Conference Kansas City

Board members of the National Media Market met with several stakeholders in Kansas City MO to discuss strategies that would support acquiring work from independent film and video artists in a milieu that is increasingly dominated by large platforms. ...

New Releases

Flat Rocks

Flat Rocks

Courtney Montour

Seventy-nine-year-old Louis Diabo battles against the construction of Canada’s St. Lawrence Seaway during the 1950s to save his farm and the Kahnawake Mohawk community.

Haïti Trahie

Haïti Trahie

Elaine Brière

Haïti trahie raconte l'histoire d'un mouvement populaire national pour une société plus juste et plus équitable. C’est un réquisitoire virulent contre le rôle du Canada dans le sabotage de ce mouvement et des aspirations des Haïtiens à une vie meilleure.

Haiti Betrayed

Haiti Betrayed

Elaine Brière

Haiti Betrayed reveals how Canada, in contravention of international law, colluded with the US and France to overturn the elected government in Haiti in 2004. This brought an end to a decade of democracy in Haiti and progressive reforms for the impoverished majority. It's the first time Canada has played a strategic and military role in the removal of a democratically elected government.

 

Save the Planet Already!

Save the Planet Already!

Scott Renyard

The planet’s ecosystem might be in trouble, but at least we can laugh a little about our environmental woes. Seven comedians perform live at the Kino Café in Vancouver, British Columbia with jokes, songs and even a powerpoint about climate change, fracking and even straws up turtles noses.

The World According to Amazon

The World According to Amazon

Adrien Pinon / Thomas Lafarge

The World According to Amazon reveals how one man is taking control of how we shop, how we run our economy and the data that defines us.

SuperKids 2

SuperKids 2

Harry Killas / Ric Beairsto

In 2004, a small group of elementary students were identified as gifted, and the filmmakers documented their search for the right high school. Ten years later, those filmmakers went back to find them and ask ... "Are they still gifted?"