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Wednesday, April 01, 2020


To our dear clients and partners  - we will be closed until further notice due to the COVID-19 outbreak until we have a solidified reopen date.


We hope to see you all as soon as possible so let's do our part in social distancing and staying home.

We wish you all well and miss you dearly!

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by Dzhanik Fayziev Russia (2017) Distribution, Canada, Theatrical

How Viktor the Garlik...

How Viktor the Garlik...

by Alexander Hant Russia (2017) Distribution, Canada, Theatrical



by Andrey Konchalovsky Germany-Russia (2016) Distribution, Canada, All media

The Postman's White Nights

The Postman's White Nights

by Andrey Konchalovsky Russia (2014) Distribution, Canada, All media

The Son

The Son

by Arseny Gonchukov Russia (2014) Sales & Distribution, Worldwide, All media

Salado. Basket of Dreams (2015)

Salado. Basket of Dreams (2015)

by Mark Josef Canada-Russia (2015) Sales & Distribution, Worldwide, All media

The Kitchen: Wold Chef Battle

The Kitchen: Wold Chef Battle

by Anton FEDOTOV Russia (2017) Distribution, French Canada, Theatrical

The Crew

The Crew

by Nikolay LEBEDEV Russia (2016) Distribution, French Canada, Theatrical



by Alexey KRASOVSKY Russia (2016) Distribution, French Canada, Theatrical



by Kim DRUZHININ Russia (2016) Distribution, French Canada, Theatrical

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Canadian Russian Entertainment Laboratory Inc. (CARUSEL) is a independent company that specialises in the  development, acquisition, production, distribution and sales of entertainment content. The company’s diversified expertise spans across film, television and digital content.


Main activity:

- Theatrical film distribution in Canada

- Distribution: TV,  VOD , Home video etc.

- International media distribution & sales

- Cinema production


- Planning, developing, coordinating,

implementing and evaluating a range festivals and other  art & culture initiatives

- Represent and defend the interests of the sales agents, movie producers and over industry players in international film festivals and markets in Russia and Canada

- Organization of exhibitions, concerts, stages, party and much more

- Constructing the strategic plan for yours marketing and  public relations campaigns

- Consulting

- Design studio

- Translation of the dialogue sheets and scripts

- Closed captioning service

- Content services & DCP laboratory



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  Our project  


CARUSEL Inc.  take the mission to bring newly released big-scale Russian movies to Canada. We arrange the premiere on the same day with the release in Russia. We show movie on the big screens best theatres in Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Ottawa etc.

    Upcoming projects   



Week of the best Russian films of the last year in Canada.

    Our partners   


Phone: +1 (514) 96-991-96


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The Georgia Straight

Janet Smith

Wednesday, July 18, 2018

★★★★ Arrhythmia feels authentically Russian

"Arrhythmia feels authentically Russian, but it works because its characters and their struggles feel so relatable and universal.."...→

Always good movies

Wednesday, May 23, 2018

★★★★ Arrhythmia

"Feeling as emotionally strong as conceptually simple, “Arrhythmia” was handsomely crafted with powerful, thrilling scenes, showcasing not only a Russian medical predicament but perhaps even a worldly one. There’s optimism as a response to the imperfect world it describes, and genuine love seems to be the global solution.."...→

Revue Sequences

Élie Castiel

Thursday, November 16, 2017


"Paradis demeure une œuvre majeure dans la filmographie d’un metteur en scène octogénaire qui a encore plusieurs choses à dire."...→

National Post

Chris Knight

Friday, November 17, 2017

★★★★ Andrey Konchalovskiy is on an upswing with the fulfilling Paradise

"The director introduces an interesting framing device, interviewing his main characters dressed in plain clothes and facing a camera, the full significance of this reality-show type setup only becoming apparent at the end of the film. Long before that we’ve figured out the movie’s thesis, but knowing it doesn’t make it any less fascinating, or fulfilling."...→

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