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Michelle Latimer / CA / 2017 / 44 '
A careful, considerate and compassionate portrayal of the Water Protector’s camp at Standing Rock.
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Dáša Raimanova & Zofia Brom / PL / 2018 / 71 '
Three women from minority groups in Poland critically explore what it’s like to be Black, Muslim or LGBTQ+ in the increasingly...
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Angélique Kourounis / GR / 2016 / 90 '
Fearless and ferocious filmmaking at its finest, GOLDEN DAWN bravely reveals the inner-workings of the modern day fascist...
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For the first time ever, documentary powerhouse Nettie Wild’s film collection is offered online courtesy of Cinema Politica On Demand.
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Monday
Oct 15
07:00 pm
Angélique Kourounis / FR / 2016 / 90 '
Fearless and ferocious filmmaking at its finest, GOLDEN DAWN bravely reveals the inner-workings of the modern day fascist movement in Greece.
Monday
Oct 15
07:00 pm
Dáša Raimanova & Zofia Brom / PL / 2018 / 71 '
Three women from minority groups in Poland critically explore what it’s like to be Black, Muslim or LGBTQ+ in the increasingly hostile environment of Europe.
Tuesday
Oct 16
06:30 pm
Lucile Alemany & Lamia Chraibi / FR / 2015 / 52 '
In Amazonia, Ecuador, Indigenous communities in a region devastated by Chevron Texaco try to make their voices heard to denounce the damage done by oil extraction
Monday
Oct 22
07:00 pm
Conor McNally / CA / 2017 / 40 '
Drawing on the tradition of oral storytelling, ôtênaw is a philosophical and creative treatment of land rights, territory, history and culture.
Wednesday
Oct 24
06:30 pm
A careful, considerate and compassionate portrayal of the Water Protector’s camp at Standing Rock.
Monday
Oct 29
07:00 pm
Yusuf Zine / CA / 2018 / 90 '
Fourteen refugee youth re-enact the horrors of the ongoing Burmese genocide of Rohingya Muslims in this politically arresting film about resilience & community.
Monday
Nov 05
07:00 pm
Kathleen Foster / US / 2016 / 53 '
PROFILED bears witness to the everyday racist violence experienced by PoC communities in the U.S. & gives us a window into one of the burning issues of our time.
Monday
Nov 05
07:00 pm
Boris Mitić / HR / 2017 / 78 '
Iggy Pop narrates the misadventures of Nothing as it runs away from home in this poetic, insightful journey of confounding mystery and deep connection.
Monday
Nov 12
07:00 pm
Robert Greene / US / 2018 / 112 '
A vital film full of creativity and contradictions, BISBEE captures an US town's reconciliation with its dark history of ethnic cleansing and union busting.
Thursday
Nov 15
07:00 pm
Angélique Kourounis / FR / 2016 / 90 '
Fearless and ferocious filmmaking at its finest, GOLDEN DAWN bravely reveals the inner-workings of the modern day fascist movement in Greece.
Monday
Nov 19
07:00 pm
Assia Boundaoui / US / 2018 / 87 '
A journalist's investigation into surveillance in her own Arab-American neighbourhood leads her to uncover one of the FBI's largest pre 9/11 terrorism probes.
Friday
Nov 23
07:00 pm
Sol
Susan Avingaq & Marie-Hélène Cousineau / CA / 2014 / 76 '
A quiet meditation on the devastation of Inuit suicide, SOL confronts the legacy of colonization and urgently demands justice for Canada's Indigenous Peoples.
Monday
Nov 26
07:00 pm
Keri Pickett / US / 2017 / 104 '
This intimate portrait offers a window into the life and work of Winona LaDuke, a formidable economist, writer, agriculturalist, and fierce Indigenous politico.
Wednesday
Nov 28
06:30 pm
Julia Barnes / CA / 2017 / 88 '
Julia Barnes embarks on an epic journey around the world to save the ecosystems we depend on, as we come closer to causing a mass extinction in the oceans.
Monday
Dec 03
07:00 pm
Dima Abu Ghoush / PS / 2016 / 52 '
This contemplative film delves into the throes of collective memory in the symbolic reconstruction of Emwas, a Palestinian village destroyed by Israel in 1967.
 

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