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This Black History Month, discover two essential documentaries that explore race issues in Canada.

Three border smashing #CPVOD titles available now!

Posted by network on Thursday, February 16, 2017

Detention Centres, Canadian Torture and Racist Settlers: Three films considering the lines that contain us, and those who refuse to be contained.
Feed your heart, mind, and spirit with 10 new radical love films from #CPVOD!
Nneka Onuorah, director of the moving doc The Same Difference, speaks with Cinema Politica Concordia about her film, storytelling and revolutionary self-acceptance.
#ComfortableTruth: The media informs us about refugees in a fair and just way. Read Narcy's response here.

And we’re back!

Posted by concordia on Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Cinema Politica Concordia is back for the winter 2017 season!
#ComfortableTruth: Canada is a post-racist multicultural society. Read Lali Mohamed’s response here.

Rana Salah on Empty Lands - Nations & Migrations

Posted by network on Wednesday, January 18, 2017

#ComfortableTruth: The lands that migrants and refugees leave behind are barren. Read Rana Salah's response here.

The Best Political Films of 2016

Posted by network on Tuesday, December 20, 2016

CP HQ and CP Concordia teams hand pick their favourite hard-hitting social justice oriented films screened by CP in 2016.

Spoken Word by Narcy at Nations & Migrations Launch Event

Posted by network on Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Watch the emotional and powerful reading of the poem Extra Sensory (The War is Lost but we found ourselves) performed by Narcy at THE CROSSING screening.

Holiday discount now in action on #CPVOD!

Posted by network on Tuesday, December 20, 2016

We’re glad to offer you a limited-time discounted price on 5 radical #CPVOD titles to end the year in strength & help prepare for the fights to come.
The CP Network is thrilled to announce that ten classic NFB documentaries by Loretta Todd and Alanis Obomsawin have been added to our catalogue.
Borders and Boundaries were Blurred and Challenged at the CP Concordia launch of our newest project.
#ComfortableTruth: Borders justly define citizenship and belonging and those who cross them "illegally" are criminals. Read Harsha Walia's response here.
#ComfortableTruth: Diversity does not necessarily have to extend to leadership in Canada, and that Indigenous folks should endure the "discomforts" of colonization. Read Jesse Wente’s response here.
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