Canadian film pops up across the country to promote National Canadian Film Day 150
National Canadian Film Day takes place April 19, 2017. The #CanFilmDay campaign entitled #OurFilms will feature unique installations in cities and towns across the country that highlight the way Canadian films arise out of the communities that inspire them.
TORONTO, ON – When you’re throwing a big party, you need a big invitation. Starting this week, Canadians will see large and small activations peppered across the country through a promotional campaign in support of National Canadian Film Day 150 (NCFD 150). The #CanFilmDay campaign entitled #OurFilms will feature unique installations in cities and towns across the country that highlight the way Canadian films arise out of the communities that inspire them.
Presented by REEL CANADA, NCFD 150 is a Signature 150 Project supported by the Government of Canada. A full list of sponsors can be found on the website. Thanks to the support of these partners and more, as well as the film industry overall, NCFD 150 will be the world’s largest film festival – ever – with more than 1,700 (and counting) screenings of Canadian film taking place across the country and around the world. With films also available on multiple Canadian broadcast stations and online platforms on April 19, NCFD 150 will be the most accessible film festival our country has seen. Whether on foot, online or on-air, Canadians from coast to coast to coast will be able to celebrate their country’s 150th birthday by watching a great Canadian film.
Please visit Canadian Film Day Website for more info on the event.