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cinema politica Vancouver Public Library

established January 2007

local co-sponsors

previously screened

This Changes Everything
My Toxic Baby
No Land No Food No Life
Diversidad - A Road Trip to Deconstruct Dinner
The Family Farm
Let the Fire Burn
Treading Water: Plight of the 2011 Manitoba First Nation Flood Evacuees & Nanapush et la tortue
Kaha:wi : The Cycle of Life & Koski Kiwetan (Retourner d'où l'on vient)
Huicholes: The Last Peyote Guardians
PUSSY RIOT: A PUNK PRAYER

about cinema politica Vancouver Public Library

The Vancouver Public Library in partnership with Cinema Politica is pleased to present a series of interesting and challenging Canadian documentaries.

Admission is free and seating is limited. For more information on screenings please go to the library's website. Keep your eyes on this page for details or contact us for more information.

upcoming screenings

Saturday
May 27
02:30 pm
Shelley Saywell / CA / 2015 / 86 '
A celebration of street music and survival with those who chose to live on the outside.
Saturday
Jun 10
02:30 pm
Fiona Rayher & Damien Gillis / CA / 2015 / 80 '
Caleb Behn is an Indigenous lawyer from BC devoted to fighting the gas fracking industry. This is his remarkable and inspiring story.
Saturday
Jun 17
02:00 pm
Alethea Arnaquq-Baril / CA / 2011 / 50 '
A young woman is on a journey to revive the ancient Inuit tradition of face tattooing, a tradition that has been forbidden for a century, and almost forgotten.
Tuesday
Jun 20
06:30 pm
George Kurian / NO / 2015 / 55 '
This film travels land and sea with Syrian refugees who give a firsthand account of harrowing journeys to new countries and their feats of struggle and hope.
Wednesday
Jun 21
06:30 pm
Victoria Lean / CA / 2015 / 86 '
A damning indictment of the de Beers diamond company and Canadian government's complicity in the oppression of Canada’s Indigenous people.
 

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