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Cinema Politica is thrilled to announce the launch of our First Peoples, First Screens sidebar program. FPFS showcases contemporary Indigenous Canadian political filmmaking.
Cinema Politica and ROAR Magazine are very excited to announce the launch of a Cinema Politica Freestreaming Channel on ROAR Magazine’s website.
Late October’s Halloween festivities, with their kitschy invocations of scary ghosts and witches, pose an interesting dilemma to Cinema Politica’s programming.

À la une: Cinéma Politica Fredericton

network on Thursday, October 15, 2015

Pour la septième édition de « À la une », nous avons demandé à CP Fredericton de nous envoyer leurs pensées et leurs réflexions.
For our seventh local spotlight, we asked one of our longest-running locals, CP Fredericton, to send us their thoughts.

Canadian Election Doc Primer

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 Primer.
Remembering the 25th Anniversary of the Oka Standoff and celebrating aboriginal art and activism.


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.


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.
In preparations for the Canadian Truth and Reconciliation Commission in Ottawa this Spring we recommend seeking out this important film.
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