List of Canadian films of 1995

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This is a list of Canadian films which were released in 1995:

Title Director Cast Genre Notes
Bach's Fight for Freedom Stuart Gillard Ted Dykstra, Kyle Labine, Eric Peterson Short drama Canada-Czech co-production; made for DVD release
Blood and Donuts Holly Dale Gordon Currie, Helene Clarkson Comedy/horror
Bones of the Forest Heather Frise & Velcrow Ripper Documentary Genie Award - Feature Documentary
Camilla Deepa Mehta Jessica Tandy, Bridget Fonda, Elias Koteas, Maury Chaykin, Hume Cronyn, Graham Greene Drama Jessica Tandy's last film; Canada-U.K. co-production
The Champagne Safari George Ungar Charles Bedaux Documentary Genie Award - Feature Documentary
Crying Freeman Christophe Gans Mark Dacascos, Julie Condra, Rae Dawn Chong Action Canada-France co-production
Curtains Stephanie Morgenstern & Mark Morgenstern Stephanie Morgenstern, Maxim Roy Short drama
Curtis's Charm John L'Ecuyer Maurice Dean Wint, Callum Keith Rennie Comedy-drama Based on a short story by Jim Carroll; Genie Award - Musical score
Eldorado Charles Binamé Pascale Bussières, Pascale Montpetit, Isabel Richer Drama
L'Enfant d'eau Robert Ménard David La Haye, Marie-France Monette, Gilbert Sicotte Drama Genie Award - Actor (la Haye)
Gold Diggers: The Secret of Bear Mountain Kevin James Dobson Christina Ricci, Anna Chlumsky Adventure drama
Hearts of Hate Peter Raymont Documentary
Hiroshima Koreyoshi Kurahara & Roger Spottiswoode Kenneth Welsh, Ken Jenkins, Colin Fox Drama Made for TV; Canada-Japan co-production
House Laurie Lynd Daniel MacIvor Drama Based on a one-man play by Daniel MacIvor
Iron Eagle IV Sidney J. Furie Louis Gossett, Jr. Jason Cadieux Action Made with U.S. financing
Johnny Mnemonic Robert Longo Keanu Reeves, Dina Meyer, Ice-T, Dolph Lundgren, Henry Rollins Futuristic cyber-punk drama William Gibson adaptation; Golden Reel Award; made with U.S. financing
Liste noire (English title: Blacklist) Jean-Marc Vallée Michel Côté, Geneviève Brouillette Drama Jean-Marc Vallée's (The Dallas Buyers Club) first feature
Little Criminals Stephen Surjik Brendan Fletcher, Myles Ferguson Crime Made for TV
Live Bait Bruce Sweeney Tom Scholte, Kevin McNulty, David Lovgren, Babz Chula Comedy-drama
The Lost Garden: The Life and Cinema of Alice Guy-Blaché Marquise Lepage Alice Guy-Blaché National Film Board documentary Prix Gémeaux winner
Magic in the Water Rick Stevenson Mark Harmon, Joshua Jackson, Harley Jane Kozak, Sarah Wayne Family film Genie Awards – Cinematography, Overall Sound; made with U.S. financing
Margaret's Museum Mort Ransen Helena Bonham Carter, Clive Russell, Kate Nelligan, Kenneth Welsh, Craig Olejnik Drama Canada-U.K. co-production
The Michelle Apartments John Pozer Henry Czerny, Mary Beth Rubens, Daniel Kash, Peter Outerbridge Black comedy
National Lampoon's Senior Trip Kelly Makin Tommy Chong, Matt Frewer, Valerie Mahaffey, Kevin McDonald, Fiona Loewi Teen comedy Made with U.S. financing
Never Talk to Strangers Peter Hall Rebecca De Mornay, Antonio Banderas, Dennis Miller, Len Cariou, Harry Dean Stanton Thriller Canada-German co-production made with U.S. financing
Night Terrors Tobe Hooper Robert Englund, Zoe Trilling, Alona Kimhi, Juliano Mer-Khamis Supernatural horror Canada-Egypt co-production
Rude Clement Virgo Maurice Dean Wint, Rachel Crawford, Clark Johnson, Richard Chevolleau Drama Screened at the 1995 Cannes Film Festival
Screamers Christian Duguay Peter Weller, Roy Dupuis, Jennifer Rubin Sci-fi / Horror Philip K. Dick adaptation; Canada-Japan co-production made with U.S. financing
Skin Deep Midi Onodera Melanie Nicholls-King, Keram Malicki-Sánchez Drama co-produced with the National Film Board Direct to DVD
Soul Survivor Stephen Williams George Harris, Peter Williams, Clark Johnson Drama
Too Much Is Enough Richard Brouillette Gilles Groulx National Film Board documentary A film about the controversial Marxist Quebec filmmaker, Gilles Groulx
When Night Is Falling Patricia Rozema Pascale Bussières, Henry Czerny, Rachel Crawford Drama Entered into the 45th Berlin International Film Festival
Who's Counting? Terre Nash Marilyn Waring National Film Board documentary Based on the book If Women Counted

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