Welcome to Moving Images

Welcome to Moving Images Distribution! Please browse through our outstanding collection of award-winning films, video and transmedia creations by some of Canada's most innovative directors and media artists. While our roots date back to 16mm film, all titles here are in digital formats and available for a number of uses: DVD purchase, streaming licenses to password-protected sites, exhibition licenses for single screenings or for ongoing play in a gallery setting.

The pages for individual work in this particular catalogue are set up for DVD purchases. For presentation at curated screenings or any other types of use, please contact our staff. They are familiar with the work we carry and can help with suggestions for your programming. Digital previews for a limited period can also be provided to assist in reviewing work for purchase or for public programming in a curated selection. 

If you haven't already done so, please take a moment to create an account online. Once your account is established, you can purchase DVDs online and review your account history.

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

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AGM - Thursday, September 12, 2019 The annual general meeting for Moving Images Distribution Society will be held at 6:30 pm at the office of Moving Images Distribution, #509-2050 Scotia Street, Vancouver BC. Entrance is on Scotia Street ...

Holodomor: Voices of Survivors Screening

Wednesday, September 13, 7:30 pm: Holodomor: Voices of Survivors, a documentary exposing the little-known 1932-33 famine of the Ukrainian ...

A Tribute to Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women

Completed well before the Canadian Government's Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls began its operations, Moon Water, a documentary honouring missing and murdered women in British Columbia illuminates the tremendous complexity of this pheonmenon. Métis direcctor Rita ...