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Halley Phillips has been the Cinema Politica Fredericton intern for the Winter 2013 session. She has been a great help with CP Fredericton's social media presence, putting up posters and other odd jobs....
According to the Brunswickan, the University of New Brunswick's student publication, on Nov. 13, 2012 (page 12), Cinema Politica Fredericton screenings are a great "cheap" date. The article reads as follows...

Cinema Politica Fredericton Fundraiser

Posted by fredericton on Friday, November 16, 2012

Cinema Politica Fredericton has received by donation a number of "Cultures of Resistance" t-shirts. They are black with the logo written in four languages in white. For a minimum $20 donation, one of these...
Two local New Brunswick Student Newspapers covered the Sept. 28, 2012 screening of "Blood on the Mobile". Read their articles by clicking on the links below. The Brunswickan Article (University of New...
Strawberry Fields Forever? By: Dylan Hackett - The Aquinian, September 10, 2012, p. 9. (text has been made more compact for convenience) The Sunset Berry U-Pick on the North side of Fredericton is in...

CP Fredericton Intern Chelsea Farrar

Posted by fredericton on Saturday, April 21, 2012

STU Student Chelsea Farrar just completed her volunteer hours at the Fredericton Local of Cinema Politica, one of the CP network’s most active locals, established in 2007. Chelsea approached Cinema Politica...

The Brunswickan Film Review on Consuming Kids

Posted by fredericton on Saturday, January 21, 2012

Consuming Kids: A Cinema Politica Review  Lee Thomas - The Brunswickan Sinister music. A heartbeat. The faded image of a sleeping infant, peaceful and oblivious. Interspersed with these, a quote: “The...

CBC covers Cinema Politica's 2012 Kick Off

Posted by fredericton on Thursday, January 19, 2012

CBC New Brunswick covers Consuming Kids, Cinema Politica's first screening of 2012.  Video (11:20):

Mt. A students critical of Coke face censorship

Posted by fredericton on Thursday, December 02, 2010

On October 18, 2010, an employee from Coca-Cola was spotted by two students at Mount Alison University in Sackville tearing down posters advertising a screening of a documentary critical of Coca-Cola.........
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