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A zany new doc explores the inner workings of America’s biggest food cooperative.

FOOD COOP now available in Canada with CP Distribution

Posted by network on Thursday, March 23, 2017

Peppy and quirky doc on America’s biggest cooperative supermarket now with CP Distribution.
Tired of Hollywood fluff? We've got the rad stuff. Cinema Politica’s newest effort to stream truth to power means audiences can pay a monthly fee to access a library of online content.

Local Spotlight: CP Malmö

Posted by network on Tuesday, March 21, 2017

"No matter where the action of the film occurs, whether about indigenous Latin Americans or corporate America, we strive to connect our discourse to local issues happening here in Malmö ..."

CP's Exec Director on the festival circuit

Posted by network on Tuesday, March 21, 2017

To escape winter’s last clutch in Montreal and also to find fertile soil for new projects and collaborations, Cinema Politica travels to Sofia, Copenhagen, Toronto and New York.
THE CROSSING premiered in Halifax with over 120 people in attendance and a powerful panel following the screening featuring Dr. Afua Cooper, Fazeela Jiwa, and Julie Chamagne of the Halifax Refugee Clinic.
#ComfortableTruth: Migrant workers are able to receive the same healthcare as Canadian citizens. Watch Aaraón Diaz Mendiburo's video response here.
We highlight seven provocative films centering women to spark your feminist spirit.

"Ovaries so big, we don’t need no fucking balls"

Posted by concordia on Thursday, March 02, 2017

A new doc looks at a radical bike brigade of fierce Latinas and womxn of colour in East Los Angeles.

VOTE FOR THE 2016 AUDIENCE CHOICE AWARD!

Posted by network on Monday, February 27, 2017

Check out the list and vote for your favourite CP film from among the top docs that screened in the CP network during 2016!

Ala’a Jarban on being devalued in Canada

Posted by network on Friday, February 24, 2017

#ComfortableTruth: Immigrants have it better in Canada than in their homelands. Read Ala'a Jarban's response here.
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.
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