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Baseball legend Jackie Robinson’s short stay in Montreal is a pretext to tell the story of ordinary citizens of Little Burgundy, Montreal’s first Black community.
 

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A riveting portrait of a family history cast against the 1974 Ethiopian Revolution, telling the story of an upper-class woman who became a communist rebel.
 

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Six exceptional films from New Zealand never before distributed in Canada, exploring colonization, identity, history and love.
 

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Cinema Politica is proud to be the distributor of the 15 films part of the cutting-edge Documentary Futurism program.
 

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A compelling meditation on the resilience of five women in the face of ecological and personal disaster, revealing surprising ways to re-imagine life in the ruins.
 
A riveting portrait of a family history cast against the 1974 Ethiopian Revolution, telling the story of an upper-class woman who became a communist rebel.
First People First Screens
 
First Peoples, First Screens (FPFS) showcases contemporary Indigenous political filmmaking from across Canada, including documentary, animation, experimental and genre fiction.
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Tracey Deer  ·  2021  ·  1h32m
Tracey Deer  ·  2021  ·  1h32m

A young girl is forced to grow up fast and become the tough Mohawk warrior she needs to be during the Oka Crisis.

Henri Pardo  ·  2021  ·  1h30m
Henri Pardo  ·  2021  ·  1h30m

Baseball legend Jackie Robinson’s short stay in Montreal is a pretext to tell the story of ordinary citizens of Little Burgundy, Montreal’s first Black community.

On Demand

Richard Shpuntoff  ·  2016  ·  1h30m

On Demand

Richard Shpuntoff  ·  2016  ·  1h30m

The story of how a community in Queens demanded justice for the murder of Julio Rivera and the unsolved murders of gay men in Jackson Heights, launching a historic LGBTQ movement.

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