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// upcoming screenings

Wednesday
Feb 22
05:00 pm
Almudena Carracedo / US / 2007 / 70 '
Persistence equals power in a 3 year struggle for basic labor rights
Wednesday
Feb 22
12:45 pm
Peter Raymont / CA / 2004 / 94 '
The story of the Rwandan genocide, and of Roméo Dallaire, the Canadian General charged with keeping the peace.
Wednesday
Feb 22
06:00 pm
Brett Story / US / 2016 / 87 '
An artful study of place, people and the political imagination, this creative doc neither shows, nor tells, and instead conveys the need for prison justice.
Friday
Feb 24
07:00 pm
Brett Story / US / 2016 / 87 '
An artful study of place, people and the political imagination, this creative doc neither shows, nor tells, and instead conveys the need for prison justice.
Monday
Feb 27
07:00 pm
Kim Webby / NZ / 2015 / 82 '
An arresting portrait of Tūhoe activist Tame Iti and other Māori activists accused of terrorism in New Zealand.
Monday
Feb 27
07:00 pm
Blair Dorosh-walther / US / 2014 / 75 '
This doc looks at the case of four black lesbians who were unfairly convicted of assault in a case of self-defense against a violent homophobic attacker.
Monday
Feb 27
07:00 pm
Keegan Kuhn & Kip Andersen / US / 2014 / 85 '
Why are the world's leading NGOs side-stepping the number one cause of climate change?
Tuesday
Feb 28
05:00 pm
Mina Shum / CA / 2015 / 81 '
A chronicle of a troubled chapter in Concordia University’s history where black students occupy the Hall building to protest institutionalized racism.
Wednesday
Mar 01
06:00 pm
Multiple artists / CA / 2014 / 48 '
A film featuring women tackling the issue of climate justice with a focus on the Canadian Tar Sands.
Monday
Mar 06
07:00 pm
Joanna Sokolowski & Kate Trumbull-LaValle / US / 2016 / 72 '
A radical bicycle brigade of womxn of colour ride the streets of their neighbourhoods to fight patriarchy and organize alternative social structures.
Thursday
Mar 09
05:00 pm
Multiple artists / CA / 2014 / 48 '
A film featuring women tackling the issue of climate justice with a focus on the Canadian Tar Sands.
Friday
Mar 10
06:00 pm
Clarissa Seidel & Julia Leser / DE / 2011 / 72 '
An exploration of Japanese protest culture under the effects of Fukushima.
Monday
Mar 13
07:00 pm
Mohamed Jabaly / PS / 2016 / 80 '
A perilous journey through Gaza with an ambulance crew attending to injured Palestinians while barely escaping death themselves.
Wednesday
Mar 15
06:00 pm
Guy Davidi & Emad Burnat / IL / 2011 / 90 '
Inspiring, devastating and exquisite, this doc is part home movie, part resistance journal, part memorial and part impossible collaboration.
Friday
Mar 17
07:00 pm
Guy Davidi & Emad Burnat / IL / 2011 / 90 '
Inspiring, devastating and exquisite, this doc is part home movie, part resistance journal, part memorial and part impossible collaboration.
 

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