Compassion Canada – Friday night movies all through November…

**How to** … simply click on the link below to “sign up” with Compassion Movies. You will be asked to supply your email address, full names, and a password in order to register an account. There is neither a charge nor will you be asked to provide any credit information. Each Friday in the month of November a new movie (as per the lineup below) will become available for you to watch by going to

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One of my favourite things to do on a blustery Friday night is to make cup of tea, settle in with my family, and watch a movie that inspires our hearts. We’re picky about the content we choose to watch and I know many of you are too.That’s why I’m excited to share with you about Compassion Canada’s Movie Month: when you sign up (for free), you’ll have access to a new movie every Friday night for the month of November. Hand-picked by the team at Compassion Canada, these movies will nurture your compassion and celebrate the human spirit–two things that matter to our friends at Compassion.From a tear-jerking family drama to a heart-stopping look at teens in poverty, there’s something for everyone. You can watch the Movie Month trailer by clicking on the image below:So, how does it work? Sign up at or click the button below. You can log-in to the website all month long in November and stream a new movie every Friday.Sign up for Compassion Canada’s Movie MonthHere’s the line-up:Storm Boy – Friday, November 4 to Thursday, November 10A tear-jerking family drama that reminds us that “love has wings” and that even difficult struggles can be used for good.Synopsis: When Michael Kingley, a successful retired businessman, starts to see images from his past that he can’t explain, he’s forced to remember his childhood and how, as a boy, he rescued and raised an extraordinary orphaned pelican, Mr. Percival. Starring Academy Award-winner Geoffrey Rush, the film is based on the beloved novel Storm Boy by Colin Thiele. Watch the trailer here.Reviews for Families: Common Sense Review | PluggedIn ReviewThe Great Gilly Hopkins – Friday, November 11 to Thursday, November 17A story that shows us how much love, support, forgiveness and guidance every child needs to thrive.

Synopsis: 12-year-old wisecracking Gilly Hopkins (Canadian actress Sophie Nélisse) finds herself shuffled from foster home to foster home until she meets Maime Trotter (Academy Award winner Kathy Bates). A film about creating and finding family in a messy world. Watch the trailer here.Reviews for FamiliesCommon Sense Review | Movie Guide ReviewStreet Gang: How We Got to Sesame Street – Friday, November 18 to Thursday, November 24A documentary focused on breaking barriers that get in the way of childhood education, featuring the Muppets and a healthy dose of nostalgia.Synopsis: Take a stroll down Sesame Street and witness the birth of the most impactful children’s series in TV history. From the iconic furry characters to the songs you know by heart, learn how a gang of visionary creators changed the world. Watch the trailer here.Reviews for Families: Common Sense ReviewRocks – Friday, November 25 to Thursday, December 1A hopeful and sobering film about how desperate life can become for children living in poverty and how support from a loving community is essential.Synopsis: A young teenage girl finds herself struggling to take care of herself and her younger brother after being abandoned by their single mother with no choice but to live out on the streets. Watch the trailer here.Audience Advisory: Mature themes and subject matter.Reviews for Families: Common Sense ReviewBONUS FILM – Stay Prayed Up – Tuesday, November 1 to Wednesday, November 30A documentary about a multi-generational gospel ensemble that shares music and the gospel of love in a way that will inspire you.Synopsis: Lena Mae Perry’s electrifying voice may surprise you, but the power of her gospel will never leave you in this lively celebration of a North Carolina gospel crew, their steadfast faith and the songs that get them through. Watch the trailer here.Reviews for FamiliesNew York Times | The Hollywood ReporterCompassion Canada can’t wait to enjoy a month of thought-provoking and inspiring films with you.Sign up for Compassion Canada’s Movie Month