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Miller, Amy / CA / 2013 / 75 '
A hard-hitting film which explores sustainable small scale agriculture and the urgent call for an end to corporate global land...
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Remembering the 25th Anniversary of the Oka Standoff and celebrating aboriginal art and activism.
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CP’s latest acquisitions bolster our roster of extraction, agro-business & indigenous films, while adding a special focus on the lives of activists.
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Obomsawin, Alanis / CA / 1993 / 119 '
On a July day in 1990, a confrontation propelled Native issues in Kanehsatake and the village of Oka, Quebec, into the...
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CP’s latest acquisition is a scathing indictment of Canada’s federal & provincial governments’ inability and unwillingness to honour their treaties with Canada’s First Nations.
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Jain, Nishtha / NO / 2012 / 96 '
This impeccably shot film follows a group of fearless women who fight gender violence in India with great ferocity.
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// upcoming screenings

Tuesday
Sep 08
05:00 pm
Samir Mallal & Ben Addelman / CA / 2004 / 69 '
A doc that follows the fallout from the day of Netanyahu's visit at Concordia University, Montreal
Wednesday
Sep 09
07:00 pm
Jain, Nishtha / DK / 2012 / 96 '
This impeccably shot film follows a group of fearless women who fight gender violence in India with great ferocity.
Friday
Sep 11
07:00 pm
Habie, Jessica / US / 2013 / 90 '
A stunning work of political fiction inspired by the real-life of a Palestinian artist.
Monday
Sep 14
06:30 pm
Obomsawin, Alanis / CA / 1993 / 119 '
On a July day in 1990, a confrontation propelled Native issues in Kanehsatake and the village of Oka, Quebec, into the international spotlight.
Friday
Sep 18
07:00 pm
A sweeping, invigorating and disconcerting doc on the state of feminism, the herstory of the women's movement, & the status of women in Canada.
Monday
Sep 21
06:30 pm
Epstein, Lenny / CA / 2014 / 59 '
A look into the Canadian government's hardening approach to criminal justice, food security....and democracy itself.
Wednesday
Sep 23
07:00 pm
Mark Achbar & Peter Wintonick / CA / 1993 / 167 '
Democracy and freedom are more than values to be treasured, they may well be essential to survival
Wednesday
Sep 23
07:00 pm
Robles, Xavier / MX / 2015 / 103 '
An exposé of the criminal complicity of the Mexican police and military authorities in the armed kidnappings and disappearances of 43 students.
Friday
Sep 25
07:00 am
Jain, Nishtha / DK / 2012 / 96 '
This impeccably shot film follows a group of fearless women who fight gender violence in India with great ferocity.
Friday
Oct 02
07:00 pm
Rubén Margalló & Toni Edo / ES / 2007 / 27 '
La Chureca: where hundreds of inhabitants collect food and items out of the tonnes of garbage dumped daily.
Monday
Oct 05
05:00 pm
Sam Green & Bill Siegel / / 2002 / 92 '
The remarkable story of the rise and fall of a radical movement in 1970s America.
Tuesday
Oct 06
07:00 pm
Multiple artists / CA / 2014 / 48 '
A film featuring women tackling the issue of climate justice with a focus on the Canadian Tar Sands.
Wednesday
Oct 07
07:00 pm
Zin, Hernán / ES / 2014 / 65 '
A poetic, visually stunning tribute to the children who work, play, dream and survive in the world's largest open air prison.
Friday
Oct 16
07:00 pm
Alstead, Robert / CA / 2007 / 80 '
Have cyclists reached a critical mass?
Friday
Oct 16
07:00 pm
Jodoin, Lisa / CA / 2014 / 5 '
This experimental film-made debut tells the story of one woman’s search for family.
 

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