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Job offer: Project Coordinator - The Next 150

Posted by network on Monday, September 25, 2017

Calling all doc-futurists! CP is seeking to hire a Project Coordinator for The Next 150 project, a perfect part-time position for sci-fi lovers and doc aficionados. Get your application in before October...
Cinema Politica’s newest batch of independent, Indigenous and hard-hitting film is coming to a local near you.
Cinema Politica’s Ezra Winton remembers a friend and ally.
As promised, here is a list of resources that will help introduce anyone interested in submitting a proposal to The Next 150 project.
We sat down with director George Kurian to discuss his devastating and necessary doc THE CROSSING.
THE NEXT 150 envisions the creation of a new film genre called documentary futurism through the commission of 15 original shorts. We are currently calling for film proposals, so read on to learn more!

Unsettling 150 on Canada Day Weekend

Posted by network on Friday, June 30, 2017

CP and Vtape join forces to offer a free political program of films and videos that disrupt dominant narratives on Canada Day 2017!

Queer Content for Pride Month on CP VOD

Posted by network on Wednesday, June 14, 2017

We highlight three amazing films to watch online during pride month.

Report back on OSER RÊVER DE JUSTICE

Posted by network on Wednesday, June 14, 2017

A successful QC tour of Migrant Dreams. Status for All! Justice for Migrant Workers!

Call for submissions

Posted by network on Tuesday, June 06, 2017

Cinema Politica is currently seeking submissions for both our main programming of politically engaged independent films on any topic, and our sidebar program Nations & Migrations!
Our 2016 winning film, OUT IN THE NIGHT, powerfully probes the real story behind the criminalization of four Black lesbians following an act of self-defence.
#ComfortableTruth: Anyone can take Inuit land, culture and stories. Read our interview with Stephen Puskas where he powerfully challenges the cultural appropriation of Inuit cultural symbols here.

LAL's Rosina Kazi on Institutional Violence

Posted by network on Monday, May 01, 2017

#ComfortableTruth: Racialized communities have no reason to fear the police or governmental institutions. Read Rosina Kazi’s reflections on how LAL's song ERASE ME responds to this idea here.
CP’s Director of Programming Ezra Winton and Lakota Artist Dana Claxton to co-edit timely collection.
#ComfortableTruth: Migration ensures comfort. Read Shanice Nicole's response here.
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