Is it true that the multi-billion dollar corporations coming into New Brunswick are responsible corporate citizens?
A radical bicycle brigade of womxn of colour ride the streets of their neighbourhoods to fight patriarchy and organize alternative social structures.
Australian activist & sex worker Rachel Wotton fights for sex worker rights and sexual expression for those who are differently abled.
Cinema Politica exhibits, distributes, and streams independent political films. We believe in the power of art to not only entertain but to engage, inform, inspire, and provoke social change.
The grueling journey of a Syrian family escaping war and traversing hostile and unforgiving lands is captured with tenderness and palpable struggle.
This crucial doc takes us in close to Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside, whose frontline workers and residents have taken safe injection and community care into their own hands.
Indigenous-made and centered, Powerlands shines an urgent light on land and water protectors’ resistance to corporate and state violence and the ongoing resource extraction mayhem.
An intimate portrait of a community of trans women in Argentina who face violence and discrimination at all levels yet continue to thrive through love, organizing and care.
The story of the local movement and young SNCC organizers who fought not just for voting rights, but for Black Power in Lowndes County, Alabama.
Beyond Extinction is a compelling work of beauty and solidarity that traces Indigenous matriarchs’ fight to revive traditions and save ancient burial grounds in BC’s Slocan Valley.
Rent or buy individual titles available through CP On Demand, or get a free month of streaming all the political films you want when you subscribe: