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Help Us Get CP Nairobi Started

Posted by network on Wednesday, February 03, 2016

Two media makers and organizers in Nairobi are looking for a projector to help launch the first CP local in Africa.

Free screenings of early Kartemquin Films

Posted by ezra on Wednesday, January 27, 2016

The awesome folks at Kartemquin have free radical films for you for a limited time only!

New Acquisition: A SYRIAN LOVE STORY

Posted by network on Wednesday, January 27, 2016

A bold and intimate new film about love and war is CP's newest acquisition and inaugural title for our new alternative distribution efforts.


Posted by network on Tuesday, December 22, 2015

As we mark this 13th year of activities at 100 locations around the globe, we’re excited to continue building and strengthening the largest alternative documentary exhibition network in the world.
A Montreal documentary festival was at the centre of a controversy over the representation of Inuit in one of their films, and a Nunavut-based filmmaker has much to say on the topic.

Cinema Politica Partners with ROAR Magazine!

Posted by network on Sunday, December 13, 2015

Cinema Politica and ROAR Magazine are very excited to announce the launch of a Cinema Politica Freestreaming Channel on ROAR Magazine’s website.
In “Beyond the Female Gaze and Towards a Documentary Gender Equality”, Turnin reports on the discussions held during IDFA’s 2014 The Female Gaze program.

Cinema Politica Collaboration with Palestinian Perspectives

Posted by network on Wednesday, November 04, 2015

Cinema Politica collaborates with the 9th edition of Palestinian Perspectives to mark the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People.

New Acquisition – (T)ERROR

Posted by network on Tuesday, November 03, 2015

Cinema Politica is thrilled to announce that we have acquired the rights to screen (T)ERROR (Lyric R. Cabral & David Felix Sutcliffe, 2014) throughout our network of locals.

What is scaring Cinema Politica this Halloween?

Posted by network on Friday, October 30, 2015

Late October’s Halloween festivities, with their kitschy invocations of scary ghosts and witches, pose an interesting dilemma to Cinema Politica’s programming.
Lillian Boctor delivered an evocative intro to CP Concordia's screening of ART WAR co-presented with HOWL!.
Sergeo Kirby, director and producer of popular CP films like H2OIL and Wal-Town, Noelle Sorbara, and comedian Scott Vrooman have created a politically satirical webseries called CITIZEN VROOMAN.

Local Spotlight: Cinema Politica Fredericton

Posted by network on Thursday, October 15, 2015

For our seventh local spotlight, we asked one of our longest-running locals, CP Fredericton, to send us their thoughts.

Cinema Politica is hiring a Network Coordinator!

Posted by network on Wednesday, October 14, 2015

CP is seeking to hire a part-time Network Coordinator who will recruit and support the work of Cinema Politica local chapters.


Posted by network on Tuesday, October 13, 2015

We're seeking submissions of independent Canadian works by and about women for a special screening project called FEMDOC: Women & Documentary.
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