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fredericton 16/11/2012 - 01:47PM

Cinema Politica Fredericton: "Date for the starving artist" (Brunswickan Article)

According to the Brunswickan, the University of New Brunswick's student publication, on Nov. 13, 2012 (page 12), Cinema Politica Fredericton screenings are a great "cheap" date. The article reads as follows: "Cinema Politica. Ideal for: Anyone who adheres to a vegan lifestyle or owns more than one activism bracelet. Cost: By donation. Cinema Politica screenings take place at the Conserver House at 180 St. John Street; about a ten minute walk from campus. This week’s screening is a Canadian documentary entitled, Caution Feminists! which profiles five feminists in Montreal who explore different ideologies and real-life applications of feminist theory. Cinema Politica is always intense and educational, and it is 100 per cent guaranteed* that your date will be wildly impressed by your insight, sensitivity, and worldliness. (*Note: not actually guaranteed.) The screening begins at 7 p.m. on Nov. 16. More information about this and other screenings are available at"

We would like to let everyone know that our screenings are not limited to vegans or people who wear multiple activism bracelets! All are welcome!


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