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Brett Story / CA / 2016 / 87 '
A film about the prison from the places we least expect to find it.
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Cinema Politica is thrilled to extend our doc-delivery efforts into the online realm with an initial offering of 24 provocative and unique films on our new VOD platform – a service we are launching today.
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Beata Bubenec, the director behind the compelling and distressing GOD'S WILL, speaks with Cinema Politica about her award-winning documentary.
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Alethea Arnaquq-Baril / 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...
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Check out the list and vote for your favourite CP film from among the top docs that screened in the CP network during 2015!
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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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// upcoming screenings

Wednesday
May 04
07:00 pm
Göran Hugo Olsson / FI / 2014 / 85 '
A powerful, retrospective exploration of African liberation struggles via Frantz Fanon's text The Wretched of the Earth.
Wednesday
May 04
07:00 pm
Simi Linton & Christian von Tippelskirch / US / 2014 / 86 '
An eye-opening insider's account of disability in 21st century America.
Thursday
May 05
02:45 pm
Brett Story / US / 2016 / 87 '
A film about the prison from the places we least expect to find it.
Thursday
May 05
06:30 pm
Richard Brouillette / ES / 2015 / 79 '
Entrevue avec Bernard Maris, alias Oncle Bernard, qui déploie une pensée courageuse en son originalité, qui se révèle précieuse en ces temps d'austérité.
Thursday
May 05
06:30 pm
Håvard Bustnes / NO / 2010 / 76 '
A doc that explores the downfalls of health care privatization in Norway. 
Saturday
May 07
01:30 pm
Brett Story / US / 2016 / 87 '
A film about the prison from the places we least expect to find it.
Monday
May 09
07:00 pm
Richard Brouillette / CA / 2008 / 160 '
This doc sketches a portrait of neo-liberal ideology and examines the various mechanisms used to impose its dictates throughout the world.
Wednesday
May 11
05:30 pm
Luc Renaud & Martin Bureau / CA / 2012 / 81 '
Travelling and being a tourist: two ways to consider the geopolitical dynamics of our travels.
Wednesday
May 18
07:00 pm
Beth Gage & George Gage / US / 2012 / 73 '
A story about the power of direct action, featuring climate activist Tim DeChristopher, who stopped a land grab by the US oil & gas industry.
Thursday
Jun 02
06:30 pm
Tim Wolochatiuk / CA / 2012 / 88 '
A look into the Canadian government's abusive residential school system and its resulting trauma on the indigenous population.
Monday
Jun 06
06:30 pm
A journey to the Lake St. Martin First Nation that explores the political spider web that has entangled this community and prevents them from going home.
Monday
Jun 06
07:30 pm
Olivier D. Asselin / CA / 2015 / 88 '
Où est aujourd’hui le pouvoir dans nos démocraties? Le film sollicite notre conscience citoyenne à l’heure des grands enjeux planétaires.
Wednesday
Jun 15
07:00 pm
Robert Greenwald / US / 2006 / 75 '
The story of what happens to everyday citizens when corporations go to war.
Wednesday
Jun 15
07:00 pm
KAHA:WI is a performance film that perpetuates Iroquoian cultural knowledge, traditional æsthetics and expression in a contemporary form.
Saturday
Jun 18
02:00 pm
A journey to the Lake St. Martin First Nation that explores the political spider web that has entangled this community and prevents them from going home.
 

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