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Posted by CapeCod on Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Cinema Politica Cape Cod is looking forward to their next Divine Doc screening on Feb. 13, the day before V-Day, in partnership with Occupy Falmouth.

Screening Truth to (Nuclear) Power

Posted by CapeCod on Monday, November 24, 2014

We had a tremendous screening of RADIOACTIVISTS on Friday, followed up with informative and action-inspiring talks from Karen Vale from Cape Cod Bay Watch and Diane Turco of the Cape Downwinders.

From Screen to Courtroom: A Victory for Climate Activism

Posted by CapeCod on Wednesday, September 10, 2014

We have a few updates on the climate activism front that we thought you might want to know about!

Bidder70 and the Lobster Boat Blockade

Posted by CapeCod on Sunday, May 18, 2014

Sometimes art imitates life. Sometimes... life is art, and activism.

Living Downstream in our backyards

Posted by CapeCod on Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Steve Seymour and Sue Phelan of GreenCAPE follow up Living Downstream with a post-film discussion. Gotta love screening in a venue lined with mirrors! Friday’s screening of Living Downstream hit home in a...
As of Thursday, the documentary film group Cinema Politica has learned that it will not be welcomed back to the Old Woods Hole Firehouse, a publicly-owned building administered by the Woods Hole Community...

Breaking down the wastewater

Posted by CapeCod on Wednesday, May 12, 2010

In the 1970s, a group of forward-thinking oceanographers and engineers sequestered themselves on a few dozen acres on Hatchville Road-- just about 10 miles from Woods Hole. Their dream: to design a self-...

Food, Farms & Films festival a huge success!

Posted by CapeCod on Monday, April 26, 2010

Our first-ever Food, Farms & Films festival was a smashing success last weekend, as passers-by stopped into peruse the farmer's market, and stayed to learn more about local food production, hydroponics,...

Chris Spannos debunks Canadian Olympic mythology

Posted by CapeCod on Tuesday, February 23, 2010

One week into the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver, we had been wowed by the various athletic  stunts required to pull it off: making enough snow to ensure the skiiers and snowboarders could get down the mountain...

Ray Rogers Steals the Show!

Posted by CapeCod on Tuesday, February 09, 2010

  Woods Hole was extemely lucky to have Ray Rogers, of the Stop Killer Coke campaign, and co-star of The Coca Cola Case come up from New York City to answer our questions about the film and Coke's role in...
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