List of Canadian films of 2004

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This is a list of Canadian films which were released in 2004:

Title Director Cast Genre Notes
Being Julia István Szabó Annette Bening, Jeremy Irons, Shaun Evans, Juliet Stevenson, Maury Chaykin, Michael Gambon Drama based on a story by W. Somerset Maugham Canada-U.K.-Hungary co-production made with U.S. financing
Bittersweet Memories (Ma vie en cinemascope) Denise Filiatrault Pascale Bussières, Denis Bernard Biodrama on Alice Robitaille Genie Award – Actress (Bussières); Prix Jutra – Actress (Bussières), Sound, Art Direction, Costumes, Makeup
Blood Jerry Ciccoritti Emily Hampshire, Jacob Tierney play Tom Walmsley
The Blue Butterfly Léa Pool William Hurt, Pascale Bussières, Marc Donato, Raoul Trujillo Family drama Canada-U.K.-France co-production made with U.S. financing
Care Bears: Journey to Joke-a-lot Mike Fallows voices Julie Lemieux, Adrian Truss, Susan Roman, Katie Griffin Animated feature Direct to DVD
Childstar Don McKellar Don McKellar, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Mark Rendell, Gil Bellows, Dave Foley Comedy Genie Award – Supporting Actress (Leigh)
Clean Olivier Assayas Maggie Cheung, Nick Nolte, Don McKellar, Martha Henry Drama Cannes Film Festival – Best Actress (Chung), Technical Grand Prize; Canada-U.K.-France co-production
CQ2 (See You Too) Carole Laure Clara Furey, Jean-Marc Barr Family drama Canada-France co-production
Cube Zero Ernie Barbarash Zachary Bennett, Stephanie Moore, Michael Riley Sci-fi, Horror Prequel to original Cube
Decoys Matthew Hastings Nicole Eggert, Kim Poirier Horror
Dawn of the Dead Zack Snyder Sarah Polley, Ving Rhames, Jake Weber, Ty Burrell, Kevin Zegers Horror This Canada-France-Japan co-production made with U.S. financing is a remake of the 1978 original film.
Elvis Gratton III: La Vengence d'Elvis Gratton Pierre Falardeau Julien Poulin Satire
Expiration Gavin Heffernan Janet Lane, Gavin Heffernan Drama, Fantasy
The Final Cut Omar Naim Robin Williams, Mira Sorvino, James Caviezel Sci-fi, Thriller Canada-German co-production made with U.S. financing
The Five of Us (Elles étaient cinq) Ghyslaine Côté Peter Miller, Noémie Yelle Drama
Geraldine's Fortune John N. Smith Jane Curtin, Mary Walsh, Sheila McCarthy, Matt Frewer, Peter MacNeill, Monique Mercure Comedy, Drama Based on a play by Michel Tremblay
Ginger Snaps 2: Unleashed Brett Sullivan Katharine Isabelle, Emily Perkins, Brendan Fletcher, Katharine Isabelle, Tatiana Maslany Horror
Ginger Snaps Back Grant Harvey Emily Perkins, Katharine Isabelle Horror Direct to DVD
Godsend Nick Hamm Greg Kinnear, Rebecca Romijn, Robert De Niro Horror, Drama made with U.S. financing
Going the Distance Mark Griffiths Christopher Jacot, Joanne Kelly, Shawn Roberts, Ryan Belleville, August Schellenberg Teen, Comedy Made with U.S. financing
Graveyard Alive: A Zombie Nurse in Love Elza Kephart Anne Day-Jones, Samantha Slan Parody, Horror Slamdance 2004 Award; went direct to DVD
Ham & Cheese Warren P. Sonoda Mike Beaver, Jason Jones, Samantha Bee, Dave Foley Comedy
Hank Williams First Nation Aaron James Sorensen Colin Van Loon, Gordon Tootoosis, Stacy Da Silva Drama
Head in the Clouds John Duigan Charlize Theron, Penélope Cruz, Stuart Townsend, Thomas Kretschmann, Steven Berkoff Wartime drama Canada-France co-production
Hollywood North Peter O'Brian Alan Bates, Matthew Modine, Deborah Kara Unger, Jennifer Tilly, John Neville, Fabrizio Filippo Satire
I, Claudia Chris Abraham Kristen Thomson play Kristen Thomson
I, Curmudgeon Alan Zweig Alan Zweig, Harvey Pekar, Fran Lebowitz Documentary Silver Hugo, Chicago International Film Festival
Intern Academy Dave Thomas Dave Thomas, Carly Pope, Dan Aykroyd, Saul Rubinek, Dave Foley, Maury Chaykin Comedy
It's All Gone Pete Tong Michael Dowse Paul Kaye, Mike Wilmot, Beatriz Batarda, Kate Magowan Mockumentary Canadian Comedy Award Best Film/Actor; Canada-U.K. co-production
Jiminy Glick in Lalawood Vadim Jean Martin Short, Jan Hooks, Linda Cardellini, Janeane Garofalo Comedy Made with U.S. financing
John and Michael Shira Avni Animated short produced with the National Film Board Short documentary award, DOXA
The Last Tunnel (Le Dernier Tunnel) Éric Canuel Michel Côté, Jean Lapointe, Christopher Heyerdahl Crime drama Genie Award – Supporting Actor (Lapointe), Overall Sound; Prix Jutra – Supporting Actor (Lapointe)
Littoral Wajdi Mouawad Steve Laplante play by Wajdi Mouawad Canada-France co-production
Looking for Alexander (Mémoires affectives) Francis Leclerc Roy Dupuis, Rosa Zacharie, Maka Kotto Drama Genie Awards – Director, Screenplay, Actor (Dupuis); Prix Jutra – Film, Director, Actor (Dupuis), Editing
Love and Magnets (fr) (Les Aimants) Yves Pelletier Isabelle Blais, Sylvie Moreau, David Savard Romantic comedy Prix Jutra – Screenplay, Supporting Actress (Moreau), Musical Score
Love, Sex and Eating the Bones David Sutherland Hill Harper, Marlyne Afflack, Mark Taylor, Marieka Weathered Romantic comedy
Machine Gun Molly (Monica la mitraille) Pierre Houle Céline Bonnier, Roy Dupuis, Patrick Huard, Frank Schorpion, Rémy Girard Crime drama Genie Award - Adapted Screenplay
Manners of Dying Jeremy Peter Allen Roy Dupuis, Serge Houde Drama
Nothing Vincenzo Natali David Hewlett, Andrew Miller, Gordon Pinsent, Marie-Josée Croze Surreal drama
Nouvelle-France Jean Beaudin Noémie Godin-Vigneau, David La Haye, Gérard Depardieu, Irene Jacob, Jason Isaacs, Tim Roth Historical drama Genie Award – Art Direction/Production Design; Canada-U.K.-France co-production
Phil the Alien Rob Stefaniuk Rob Stefaniuk, Nicole de Boer, Graham Greene, Bruce Hunter, Boyd Banks and the voice of Joe Flaherty Comedy
Public Domain Kris Lefcoe Nicole de Boer, Nadia Litz, Mike Beaver, Don McKellar, Lindy Booth, Jason Jones Black comedy
The Raspberry Reich Bruce LaBruce Comedy Canada-German co-production
Resident Evil: Apocalypse Alexander Witt Milla Jovovich, Sienna Guillory, Jared Harris, Sandrine Holt Action/horror Genie Award - Sound editing; Golden Reel Award; Canada-U.K.-German-France co-production made with U.S. financing
Ryan Chris Landreth Ryan Larkin National Film Board animated short Academy Award for Animated Short Film; Genie Award - Animated short
Saint Ralph Michael McGowan Adam Butcher, Campbell Scott, Gordon Pinsent, Shauna MacDonald, Jennifer Tilly Drama
Scared Sacred Velcrow Ripper Documentary Genie Award - Documentary
See Grace Fly Pete McCormack Gina Chiarelli, Paul McGillion Drama
Seven Times Lucky Gary Yates Kevin Pollak, Liane Balaban, Jonas Chernick Drama
Shake Hands With the Devil Peter Raymont Roméo Dallaire Documentary Sundance – Audience Award World Cinema: Documentary; also a 2007 dramatic feature
Show Me Cassandra Nicolaou Michelle Nolden, Kett Turton, Gabriel Hogan, Katharine Isabelle Drama
A Silent Love Federico Hidalgo Vanessa Bauche, Susanna Salaza Dramedy Premiered at the Sundance Film Festival
Sugar John Palmer Andre Noble, Brendan Fehr Drama Based on short stories Bruce LaBruce
The Take Avi Lewis Documentary Canada-Argentina co-production
Touch of Pink Ian Iqbal Rashid Jimi Mistry, Kyle MacLachlan Romantic comedy Canada-U.K. co-production
Twist Jacob Tierney Nick Stahl, Joshua Close, Gary Farmer, Stephen McHattie Drama loosely based on Oliver Twist
Les Triplettes de Belleville Sylvain Chomet Animated feature co-produced with the National Film Board Academy Award nominee; Canada-France-Belgium co-production
Two Worlds Colliding Tasha Hubbard National Film Board short Winner of Canada Award
What Remains of Us (Ce qu'il reste de nous) Hugo Latulippe & François Prévost Kalsang Dolma, Dalai Lama National Film Board documentary
White Skin (La Peau blanche) Daniel Roby Julie LeBreton Horror Claude Jutra Award; TIFF – Best Canadian First Feature
Wilby Wonderful Daniel MacIvor Sandra Oh, Paul Gross, Callum Keith Rennie, James Allodi Drama
Zeyda and the Hitman Melanie Mayron Danny Aiello, Judd Hirsch, Gil Bellows, Mercedes Ruehl Comedy Made for TV

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