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Julia Barnes / CA / 2017 / 88 '
Julia Barnes embarks on an epic journey around the world to save the ecosystems we depend on, as we come closer to causing a mass...
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Tim Wolochatiuk / CA / 2012 / 88 '
A look into the Canadian government's abusive residential school system and its resulting trauma on the indigenous...
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Cristina Ibarra & Alex Rivera / US / 2019 / 95 '
Two fearless undocumented youth go undercover to expose the atrocities of immigration detention facilities and to work for the...
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Nico Muzi & Nicolás Richat / AR / 2016 / 28 '
An urgent film about indigenous communities in Colombia that organize to protect their land and people from dangerous biofuel...
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// upcoming screenings

Monday
Sep 16
06:30 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.
Tuesday
Sep 17
06:00 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.
Tuesday
Sep 17
07:00 pm
Nico Muzi & Nicolás Richat / BE / 2016 / 28 '
An urgent film about indigenous communities in Colombia that organize to protect their land and people from dangerous biofuel policies.
Friday
Sep 20
06:30 pm
David Lavallée / CA / 2016 / 90 '
This commanding exposé uncovers how the harvest of ‘extreme fuel’ amounts to human and ecological devastation in the name of status quo extraction & consumption.
Monday
Sep 23
07:00 pm
Cristina Ibarra & Alex Rivera / US / 2019 / 95 '
Two fearless undocumented youth go undercover to expose the atrocities of immigration detention facilities and to work for the release of detainees.
Wednesday
Sep 25
06:30 pm
Tim Wolochatiuk / CA / 2012 / 88 '
A look into the Canadian government's abusive residential school system and its resulting trauma on the indigenous population.
Thursday
Sep 26
07:00 pm
Conor McNally / CA / 2017 / 40 '
Drawing on the tradition of oral storytelling, ôtênaw is a philosophical and creative treatment of land rights, territory, history and culture.
Thursday
Sep 26
06:30 pm
Julia Barnes / CA / 2017 / 88 '
Julia Barnes embarks on an epic journey around the world to save the ecosystems we depend on, as we come closer to causing a mass extinction in the oceans.
Monday
Sep 30
06:30 pm
Assia Boundaoui / US / 2018 / 87 '
A journalist's investigation into surveillance in her own Arab-American neighbourhood leads her to uncover one of the FBI's largest pre 9/11 terrorism probes.
Monday
Sep 30
07:00 pm
Josh Murphy / US / 2019 / 75 '
An exploration of the high ecological, financial and cultural cost of fish hatcheries, and our belief that the natural habitats we destroy can be manufactured.
Monday
Sep 30
07:00 pm
Josh Murphy / US / 2019 / 75 '
An exploration of the high ecological, financial and cultural cost of fish hatcheries, and our belief that the natural habitats we destroy can be manufactured.
Thursday
Oct 10
06:30 pm
Malcolm Rogge / CA / 2008 / 92 '
Ecuadoran farmers fight off violent attacks from militia men as they battle a Canadian mining company.
Wednesday
Oct 23
06:30 pm
Jill Friedberg & Rick Rowley / US / 2000 / 72 '
An inpsiring story from the people who were on the ground at the WTO protests in Seattle in 1999
Monday
Oct 28
06:30 pm
Kathleen Foster / US / 2016 / 53 '
PROFILED bears witness to the everyday racist violence experienced by PoC communities in the U.S. & gives us a window into one of the burning issues of our time.
 

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