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The CP Network is thrilled to announce that ten classic NFB documentaries by Loretta Todd and Alanis Obomsawin have been added to our catalogue.
#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.
#ComfortableTruth: "Canada is one nation, and nations are defined by governments." Watch Yassin "Narcy" Alsalman and A Tribe Called Red's video here.

CINEMA POLITICA LAUNCHES NATIONS & MIGRATIONS

Posté par network le Vendredi, novembre 25, 2016

Press Release - Montreal premiere of THE CROSSING with director and special guests inaugurates the film and speaker series on November 28

New CP VOD Releases – Recognize, Rethink, Resist

Posté par network le Lundi, novembre 21, 2016

Our next batch of inspired political titles on CPVOD—ready to stream truth to power.

CPVOD films for US Election Time

Posté par network le Mercredi, octobre 05, 2016

Whether you vote, can't or choose not to - here are some great docs to watch in time for the 2016 US elections.

Attention all political filmmakers!

Posté par network le Mardi, octobre 04, 2016

Looking for an online home for your awesome political film?
CPVOD's newest offering is an important historical documentary touching on race, history and education in Canada.

Cinema Politica Distributes Defiant Docs Across Canada

Posté par network le Mercredi, août 31, 2016

After nearly 15 years of bringing independent, unflinching, political docs to screens across the world, CP is thrilled to announce that it is now distributing select political documentaries across Canada.
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