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Cinema Politica at the Anarchist Bookfair

Envíado por network on Viernes, Mayo 17, 2019

Come visit our CP table at the upcoming Montreal Anarchist Bookfair, taking place from May 25-26!

Documentary Futurism in Ontario!

Envíado por network on Viernes, Mayo 17, 2019

Over the last 8 months we’ve had 7 amazing screenings all across Ontario. We would like to thank our presenting partners for helping us bring this ground-breaking work to Ontario audiences!
Cinema Politica is deeply saddened by the loss of a good friend, colleague and Board Member Pepita Ferrari, who passed away on December 30th, 2018 at her home in Lac Brome.
For the first time ever, documentary powerhouse Nettie Wild’s film collection is offered online courtesy of Cinema Politica On Demand.

Cinema Politica is turning 15

Envíado por network on Lunes, Septiembre 10, 2018

Join us on September 15 as we celebrate 15 years of Screening Truth to Power with headliner Yamantaka // Sonic Titan and more!
We've compiled a list of titles to watch in honour of BHM.
Our latest On Demand acquisitions epitomize the spirit of the times as they chronicle environmental standoffs, alt-right uprisings, and the not-yet departed ghosts of Europe’s political past.
Cinema Politica’s newest batch of independent, Indigenous and hard-hitting film is coming to a local near you.
Cinema Politica’s Ezra Winton remembers a friend and ally.
As promised, here is a list of resources that will help introduce anyone interested in submitting a proposal to The Next 150 project.
We sat down with director George Kurian to discuss his devastating and necessary doc THE CROSSING.

Unsettling 150 on Canada Day Weekend

Envíado por network on Viernes, Junio 30, 2017

CP and Vtape join forces to offer a free political program of films and videos that disrupt dominant narratives on Canada Day 2017!

Queer Content for Pride Month on CP VOD

Envíado por network on Miércoles, Junio 14, 2017

We highlight three amazing films to watch online during pride month.
#ComfortableTruth: Anyone can take Inuit land, culture and stories. Read our interview with Stephen Puskas where he powerfully challenges the cultural appropriation of Inuit cultural symbols here.

LAL's Rosina Kazi on Institutional Violence

Envíado por network on Lunes, Mayo 01, 2017

#ComfortableTruth: Racialized communities have no reason to fear the police or governmental institutions. Read Rosina Kazi’s reflections on how LAL's song ERASE ME responds to this idea here.
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