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cinema politica Montreal

established June 2010

previously screened

Food Coop
Food Coop
Fractured Land
This Changes Everything
Hija de la laguna (Fille du lac)
Transgender Parents (Parents Transgenres)
The Price of Peace
Ninth Floor
This Changes Everything
The Frog Princes

about cinema politica Montreal

Cinema Politica has a handful of active campus-based locals in Montreal, including our founding chapter Concordia and our first Network chapter UQAM. CP McGill also keeps busy with regular screenings during the academic calendar. Aside from these university sites we also organize community screenings in and around the city, and those are grouped under CP Montreal. Whether it’s a screening in Park-Ex at a independent cinema, a projection under the stars at the SAT or an outdoor film event at one of the city’s beautiful parks, CP Montreal is your go-to community cinema with political content for all. If you’re keen on holding a film screening in an off-the-beaten-path or as part of an existing event, don’t hesitate to contact us, we like to keep a little busy between the academic calendars.

upcoming screenings

Thursday
Aug 03
08:45 pm
Alethea Arnaquq-Baril / CA / 2016 / 85 '
Director Alethea Arnaquq-Baril joins fellow Inuit activists to challenge anti-sealing NGOs while correcting misrepresentations of sealing and Inuit culture.
Thursday
Aug 03
08:50 pm
Jon Betz & Taggart Siegel / US / 2016 / 91 '
This playful, innovative and fertile doc presents a captivating perspective on the world of farming, agribusiness, food politics and growing resistance.
Monday
Aug 07
08:45 pm
Min Sook Lee / CA / 2016 / 88 '
A powerful documentary that exposes the under-told story of migrant agricultural workers struggling against Canada’s Temporary Foreign Worker Program.
Monday
Aug 21
08:30 pm
Tom Boothe / FR / 2016 / 97 '
FOOD COOP takes us deep into the belly of one of America’s oldest cooperative food supermarket with a healthy dose of insight and wit.
 

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