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We're thrilled to share news from CP Ridge Meadow's 2nd annual Youth Vision Film Festival.
Cinema Politica encourages you to reflect on the 30th Anniversary of the MOVE disaster at the core of LET THE FIRE BURN.
Join us for a sneak film preview and forum entitled LGBT Rights and the War in Ukraine, featuring a discussion with Anna Dovgopol, Ukraine human rights activist, and Toronto filmmaker Marusya Bociurkiw.

FALL 2015 - CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

Posted by network on Thursday, May 07, 2015

We are on the hunt, once again, for political cinema, this time for our Fall 2015 Program.

YOU DON’T LIKE THE TRUTH and Omar Khadr

Posted by network on Tuesday, May 05, 2015

In light of recent legal developments around the despicable treatment of Omar Khadr, a CP film is back in the spotlight.

ASSESSING DOCUMENTARY IMPACT: THREE NEW RESOURCES

Posted by network on Friday, April 17, 2015

Three recent resources shed insight on how filmmakers can help their works have a greater impact across local communities.
Cinema Politica endorses Unite Against Austerity event at Toronto to start a conversation on connecting across struggles and building an anti-austerity movement in Toronto. .
In preparations for the Canadian Truth and Reconciliation Commission in Ottawa this Spring we recommend seeking out this important film.
Filmmaker faces unjust prison sentence in show trial as filmmaking community rallies support.

DISCOUNT FROM NFB ARCHIVES

Posted by network on Thursday, April 02, 2015

The NFB is now offering a 20% discount off stock-footage and photo licences for DOC members.
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