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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 Cinemapolitica.org/fredericton."

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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