|Les Fleurs magiques|
|Directed by||Jean-Marc Vallée|
|Produced by||Jean-Marc Vallée|
|Written by||Jean-Marc Vallée|
|Music by||Serge Arcuri|
|Edited by||Jean-Marc Vallée|
Magical Flowers (French: Les Fleurs magiques) is a Canadian dramatic short film, directed by Jean-Marc Vallée and released in 1995. The film stars Marc-André Grondin as DJ, a young boy struggling to cope with his father's alcoholism.
The film won the Genie Award for Best Theatrical Short Film at the 16th Genie Awards.
A sequel, Magical Words (Les Mots magiques), was released in 1998. At the time, the two films were planned as part of a trilogy, with the third film to be titled Les Temps magiques ("Magical Times"), but the third film was never completed.