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In “Beyond the Female Gaze and Towards a Documentary Gender Equality”, Turnin reports on the discussions held during IDFA’s 2014 The Female Gaze program.

New Acquisition – (T)ERROR

Posted by network on Tuesday, November 03, 2015

Cinema Politica is thrilled to announce that we have acquired the rights to screen (T)ERROR (Lyric R. Cabral & David Felix Sutcliffe, 2014) throughout our network of locals.

What is scaring Cinema Politica this Halloween?

Posted by network on Friday, October 30, 2015

Late October’s Halloween festivities, with their kitschy invocations of scary ghosts and witches, pose an interesting dilemma to Cinema Politica’s programming.
Lillian Boctor delivered an evocative intro to CP Concordia's screening of ART WAR co-presented with HOWL!.
Sergeo Kirby, director and producer of popular CP films like H2OIL and Wal-Town, Noelle Sorbara, and comedian Scott Vrooman have created a politically satirical webseries called CITIZEN VROOMAN.

Canadian Election Doc Primer

Posted by network on Friday, October 09, 2015

The next Canadian Federal Election is just under 2 weeks away, and amidst all of the grandstanding, scandals, and controversial platforms, we at CP thought it high time to put together an Election Doc...
THE DEEPER THEY BURY ME, an interactive documentary based on Cinema Politica screened title HERMAN’S HOUSE, has been released.
Waugh’s commitment to LGTBQ rights continues in this letter and article published in the Montreal Gazette.


Posted by network on Friday, September 18, 2015

Cinema Politica is thrilled to announce that THE HAND THAT FEEDS is now available for screening throughout the Cinema Politica Network.
Remembering the 25th Anniversary of the Oka Standoff and celebrating aboriginal art and activism.


Posted by network on Tuesday, September 01, 2015

CP’s latest acquisition is a scathing indictment of Canada’s federal & provincial governments’ inability and unwillingness to honour their treaties with Canada’s First Nations.


Posted by network on Friday, August 28, 2015

CP’s latest acquisitions bolster our roster of extraction, agro-business & indigenous films, while adding a special focus on the lives of activists.


Posted by network on Monday, July 06, 2015

Bring out your picnic baskets, blankets and your appetite for engaging political docs, because CP's MTL summer screening series is back!! 
We've added a bold and timely new film to our Adopt-a-doc initiative that questions the mainstreaming of pride and the assimilation of queer politics into hetero-mainstream culture.
We're thrilled to share news from CP Ridge Meadow's 2nd annual Youth Vision Film Festival.
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