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Examining both the political and cultural contexts, Film in Canada presents a comprehensive discussion of Canadian cinema. The main focus of the text is to examine the films themselves, but it also addresses many issues surrounding the film industry within Canada including: national identity, ethnic diversity, the nation's official languages, and global media marketplace. Each chapter is organized around a specific topic, exploring both the historical trends and contemporary examples allowing them to be used in sequence or independently.