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Our Engaged Community: Beyond the Screen!

network on Thursday, October 15, 2020

Reconfiguring our activities, CP Network remains engaged in educating and mobilizing our communities around political documentaries and their subjects well beyond the screen!
In addition to co-curating the documentary competition program, Svetla hosted screenings of five CP titles at the Sofia International Film Festival.
On March 30, 2016, Cinema Politica was privileged to award Toronto-based documentary filmmaker and activist Min Sook Lee with an award inspired by the lifework of Alanis Obomsawin.
Anna’s new article in Briarpatch Magazine reflects on her experiences in northern Alberta where the oil fracking industry shows little respect for the local indigenous communities.
Cinema Politica and ROAR Magazine are very excited to announce the launch of a Cinema Politica Freestreaming Channel on ROAR Magazine’s website.
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.
Three recent resources shed insight on how filmmakers can help their works have a greater impact across local communities.
In preparations for the Canadian Truth and Reconciliation Commission in Ottawa this Spring we recommend seeking out this important film.
Know a documentary filmmaker committed to community and resistance? Nominate them for The Alanis Obomsawin Award before May 31.
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