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Spotlight on Canadian filmmaker and activist Min Sook Lee.
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Two media makers and organizers in Nairobi are looking for a projector to help launch the first CP local in Africa.
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First Peoples, First Screens celebrates and showcases the incredibly diverse, rich and provocative creativity currently exploding in Indigenous media arts in Canada. A selection of 20+ cinematic works tours across Turtle Island from February to May 2016, screening on campuses and in communities from coast to coast to coast.
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Poulsen, Frank Piasecki / DK / 2010 / 82 '
A film that shows the connection between our phones and the civil war in the Congo.
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Wazana, Kathy / CA / 2013 / 74 '
A myth-shattering documentary about women and men whose identity as Arab Jews challenges the very notion of enemy
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// upcoming screenings

Sunday
Feb 07
07:00 pm
Shahadah, Owen 'Alik / UK / 2005 / 108 '
A doc that chronicles the struggle of a people from enslavement who continue to fight for the most essential human right - freedom
Monday
Feb 08
07:00 pm
Arnaquq-Baril, Alethea / CA / 2011 / 50 '
A young woman is on a journey to revive the ancient Inuit tradition of face tattooing, a tradition that has been forbidden for a century, and almost forgotten.
Wednesday
Feb 10
07:00 pm
Poulsen, Frank Piasecki / DK / 2010 / 82 '
A film that shows the connection between our phones and the civil war in the Congo.
Wednesday
Feb 10
07:00 pm
Hélène Choquette & Jean-Philippe Duval / CA / 2006 / 53 '
Eco-refugees from the Maldives to Alberta are the subject of this moving documentary.
Wednesday
Feb 10
07:00 pm
d’Entremont, Paul Émile / CA / 2012 / 84 '
An intimate look into the turbulent journeys of five people who flee their native countries to escape homophobic violence.
Thursday
Feb 11
06:30 pm
Luc Renaud & Martin Bureau / CA / 2012 / 81 '
Travelling and being a tourist: two ways to consider the geopolitical dynamics of our travels.
Thursday
Feb 11
07:30 pm
Boyce, Richard / CA / 2011 / 52 '
A journey into the forests of Canada's Pacific Coast where modern logging practices are contrasted against the ancient practices of the First Nations community.
Friday
Feb 12
07:00 pm
Lynne Fernie & Aerlyn Weissman / CA / 1992 / 84 '
This queer classic has been digitally remistressed and we are delighted to share with you these titillating tales of taboo lovers.
Saturday
Feb 13
02:30 pm
Mona Eldaief & Jehane Noujaim / DK / 2012 / 75 '
Rafea celebrates the determination and defiance of women in the Global South.
Monday
Feb 15
07:00 pm
Zongo, Michel K. / QA / 2015 / 89 '
Textile workers in Burkina Faso examine and resist colonial legacies and globalization in order to create a sustainable local economy.
Monday
Feb 15
07:30 pm
Multiple artists / CA / 2014 / 48 '
A film featuring women tackling the issue of climate justice with a focus on the Canadian Tar Sands.
Tuesday
Feb 16
07:00 pm
Shum, Mina / CA / 2015 / 81 '
A chronicle of a troubled chapter in Concordia University’s history where black students occupy the Hall building to protest institutionalized racism.
Wednesday
Feb 17
07:00 pm
Shahadah, Owen 'Alik / UK / 2005 / 108 '
A doc that chronicles the struggle of a people from enslavement who continue to fight for the most essential human right - freedom
Wednesday
Feb 17
07:00 pm
It may be their crisis, but it's our problem.
Thursday
Feb 18
07:30 pm
Ben Knight & Travels Rummel / US / 2008 / 55 '
Two foreign mining companies propose development at the headwaters of two important river systems in Alaska.
 

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