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Earlier this week, all across Canada, film fans lined up at their local Canadian Tire, to vote their favorite movie that the country produced. Okay, that didn't really happen, but a panel of industry types all cast their votes for Canada's Top Ten, which as you might guess, celebrates the finest in nation's cinematic output in a given a year. And this year, quite a few high profile titles made the cut (with titles ranked alphabetically, not numerically). Among those earning honors were David Cronenberg's heady "Cosmopolis," Xavier Dolan's dazzling "Laurence Anyways," the hockey comedy "Goon" and Sarah Polley's absolutely wonderful documentary "Stories We Tell" ("Take This Waltz" was on last year's list, in case you were wondering). Meanwhile, festival and arthouse faves like Deepa Mehta's "Midnight's Children" and Kim Nguyen's "Rebelle" also won favor with Canadian cinema »

- Kevin Jagernauth

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