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CP CONCORDIA: VOTE FOR OUR CLOSING FILM

Posted by concordia on Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Calling all Montrealers to vote for the closing film of the Winter 2015 season at CP Concordia!
Last week CP Concordia had a provocative and memorable screening of EUROMAIDAN: ROUGH CUT.
Last night nearly 500 people packed into Concordia University’s H-110 Auditorium to see HUICHOLES: THE LAST PEYOTE GUARDIANS, and it was one of the most memorable screenings we’ve had in eleven years.
Cinema Politica is looking to fill in the part-time position of Volunteer Coordinator for the remainder of the 2014-2015 academic year (starting December 1, 2014) and with a possibility of renewal.

A Night with Jon Jost

Posted by concordia on Tuesday, September 02, 2014

One of cinema’s most prolific and iconoclastic filmmakers is coming to Cinema Politica- Concordia.

Howl and CP team up for new arts festival

Posted by concordia on Friday, April 11, 2014

Politics and art comes together in the Howl Arts Festival this spring in Montreal.

CP Book Launch and John Greyson Talk

Posted by concordia on Wednesday, April 02, 2014

We're launching our first ever book called "Screening Truth to Power: A Reader on Documentary Activism," and to mark the occasion we're honoured to have John Greyson give a presentation at the event.

Guest Blog: A Review of DANGEROUS ACTS

Posted by concordia on Tuesday, April 01, 2014

Guest blogger Boyce Richardson attended the CP Concordia screening of DANGEROUS ACTS & comments on the power of political theatre.

Guest Blog: A Review of BAY OF ALL SAINTS

Posted by concordia on Friday, March 28, 2014

Guest blogger Boyce Richardson attended the CP Concordia screening of BAY OF ALL SAINTS and calls it the most extraordinary film he's ever seen.

Guest Blog: A review of FRAGMENTS OF PALESTINE

Posted by concordia on Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Guest blogger Boyce Richardson attended the CP Concordia screening of FRAGMENTS OF PALESTINE, and reflects on the modern Israel-Palestine conflict.
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