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Calling all doc-futurists! CP is seeking to hire a Project Coordinator for The Next 150 project, a perfect part-time position for sci-fi lovers and doc aficionados. Get your application in before October 5th.
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As promised, here is a list of resources that will help introduce anyone interested in submitting a proposal to The Next 150 project.
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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...
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THE NEXT 150 envisions the creation of a new film genre called documentary futurism through the commission of 15 original shorts. We are currently calling for film proposals, so read on to learn more!
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Min Sook Lee / CA / 2016 / 88 '
A powerful documentary that exposes the under-told story of migrant agricultural workers struggling against Canada’s Temporary...
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Michelle Latimer / CA / 2017 / 44 '
A careful, considerate and compassionate portrayal of the Water Protector’s camp at Standing Rock.
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Cinema Politica’s Ezra Winton remembers a friend and ally.
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// upcoming screenings

Tuesday
Sep 26
07:30 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.
Wednesday
Sep 27
05:30 pm
Keegan Kuhn & Kip Andersen / US / 2014 / 85 '
Why are the world's leading NGOs side-stepping the number one cause of climate change?
Wednesday
Sep 27
07:00 pm
Maria Luisa Gambale & Gloria Bremer / SN / 2011 / 60 '
The inspiring story of Sister Fa, the Senegalese Hip Hop sensation who continues to break gender and genre barriers.
Thursday
Sep 28
12:30 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.
Friday
Sep 29
11:30 am
Jesse Freeston / HN / 2015 / 92 '
When a 21st century coup d'état ousts the only president they ever believed in, these farmers take over the plantations...with no plans to ever give them back.
Friday
Sep 29
07:00 pm
Alanis Obomsawin / CA / 2014 / 85 '
A powerful portrayal of the indigeneous community's struggle to retain treaty rights and protect their land.
Saturday
Sep 30
02:00 pm
Beth Wishart MacKenzie / CA / 2013 / 49 '
A documentary exploration of the journey of healing in a people wounded by the Canadian Indian Residential School system.
Saturday
Sep 30
02:30 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.
Monday
Oct 02
07:00 pm
A careful, considerate and compassionate portrayal of the Water Protector’s camp at Standing Rock.
Friday
Oct 06
07:00 pm
Michelle St. John / CA / 2016 / 47 '
COLONIZATION ROAD confronts the wreckage of Canadian colonization with radical viewpoints, historical correctives and a dash of humour.
Thursday
Oct 12
07:00 pm
Shelley Saywell / CA / 2015 / 86 '
A celebration of street music and survival with those who chose to live on the outside.
Friday
Oct 13
06:30 pm
Shelley Saywell / CA / 2015 / 86 '
A celebration of street music and survival with those who chose to live on the outside.
Monday
Oct 16
07:00 pm
Angélique Kourounis / FR / 2016 / 90 '
Fearless and ferocious filmmaking at its finest, GOLDEN DAWN bravely reveals the inner-workings of the modern day fascist movement in Greece.
Wednesday
Oct 18
05:00 pm
Lia Tarachansky / PS / 2013 / 82 '
A look at Israelis’ collective amnesia of the fateful events of 1948, when the state of Israel was born and most of the Palestinians became refugees.
Friday
Oct 20
07:00 pm
Giselle Portenier / CA / 2006 / 83 '
Since 1999 more than two thousand women have been murdered in Guatemala, with the numbers escalating every year.
 

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