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cinema politica Hazelton

established December 2011

previously screened

This Changes Everything
Birth of a Family
Finding Dawn & The Routes
Gulabi Gang
Kaha:wi : The Cycle of Life & Balmoral Hotel
Dive! Living off America's Waste & Edible City
500 Years Later
Blue Gold: World Water Wars
The Yes Men Fix the World
Call me Kuchu

about cinema politica Hazelton

Cinema Politica Hazelton was established in December 2011 with an ‘eclectic’ curatorial focus. Originally formed and hosted with the support of the staff and campus of NWCC, the local community college, in its fifth season the group said goodbye to its founding organizers and welcomed a new volunteer team and several new community partners, including our wonderful new venue in Old Hazelton, The Hazel Branch. What hasn’t changed is our mission to screen engaging, inspiring films in our community. There will be nine films screened over the fall and winter months, with admission by donation and opportunity for discussion after each film. We welcome suggestions and feedback from our filmgoers -- email us or come out to a screening and share your ideas for future events. New volunteers are also welcome at any time. Join us!

upcoming screenings

Sunday
Mar 24
07:00 pm
Sean McAllister / UK / 2015 / 76 '
A profound, intimate and powerful story about hope, dreams, political struggle and despair, and the devastating effects of war on family, love and friendship.
Sunday
Apr 07
07:00 pm
John Kirby / US / 2005 / 88 '
A dramatic documentary musical about power and wealth in America.
Sunday
Apr 21
07:00 pm
Nettie Wild / CA / 1994 / 90 '
Taking place in the mountains and valleys of British Columbia, at the heart of the boldest aboriginal land, the movie challenges Canada's white history.
Sunday
May 05
07:00 pm
Emily James, Kirsten Kelly & Anne De Mare / XX / 2009 / 90 '
A collection of short films on food and sustainability
 

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