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cinema politica Concordia

established September 2003

previously screened

Waiting for Martin
The Yes Men
Zapatista! & Caracoles: New Paths of Resistance
The Revolution Will Not Be Televised
Live Nude Girls Unite!
El Che: Investigating a Legend
Before Stonewall
Finally got the News
All Power to the People: The Black Panther Party and Beyond
The Farm: Angola, USA & Remember Africville

Cinema Politica Concordia and Montreal staff and volunteers with filmmaker Alethea Arnaquq-Baril at the Montreal premiere of TUNNIIT: RETRACING THE LINES OF INUIT TATTOOS and launch of the First Peoples, First Screens program on February 8, 2016. Photo: Emily Gan

about cinema politica Concordia

Cinema Politica is a media arts, non-profit network of community and campus locals that screen independent political film and video by Canadian and international artists throughout Canada and abroad. Cinema Politica's biggest and longest running local was founded at Concordia University, Montreal in 2004 and ever since it attracts between 300 and 600 people to its weekly screenings. Each semester programming is focused around themes that touch on social justice, environmental and cultural identity issues, and all screenings aim to bridge political independent filmmaking, local activism and civic education and engagement. Cinema Poltica Concordia is administered by the Concordia Cinema Politica Student Association (CCPSA) which is a legally incorporated non-profit fee-levy group funded by undergraduate and graduate students at Concordia.

All our screenings occur during the Fall and Winter semesters and take place on Mondays @ 7:00 pm in Room H110, at 1455 de Maisonneuve W. with a few exceptions. All screenings are BY DONATION and open to the public, and are followed by discussions or Q&As with filmmakers and/or local organizers.

If you want to GET INVOLVED or simply learn more about what we do and how we do it, please concordia [at] cinemapolitica [dot] org (email us) or come to our screenings and talk to the organizers.
You can WATCH the trailers for our upcoming screenings, interviews with filmmakers and activists, and footage from our events and post-screening discussions here.
You can LOAN or STREAM previously screened Cinema Political films through the Concordia Library collection called Cinema Politica Selections.
To access the following, click on each item: Fee Levy Opt-Out Policy 2017 - 2018, CCPSA Constitution, Annual Report, Incorporation, Financial Statements.
OUR TEAM
: Kaia Singh (internal & Volunteer Coordinator), Eléa Regembal (External Coordinator), Aurelia Talvela (Assistant Coordinator), Svetla Turnin (Coordinator), Ezra Winton, Viviane Saglier and Muhammad El Khairy (Programmers)
INTERNS 2018-2019
: Fall 2018 - Éveline Auger; Winter 2019 - TBA
VOLUNTEERS 
2018-2019 - THANK YOU!: Elizabeth Skene, Erika Kulpina, Hiru Rodrigo, Laurence Wells, Luke Gillis, Lou Neveux, Maggie McCutcheon, Marie-Alizée, Maja Goethel, Mikaela Roberts, Nathan Walsh, Saul Carrera, Sofie

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Cinema Politica Concordia Territorial Acknowledgement

We begin this event by acknowledging that we are gathered on unceded lands of the Kanien’kehá:ka Nation. The Cinema Politica team believes it is not enough to acknowledge the title-holders of the lands, rather we urge everyone who attends our screenings to become involved in anti-colonial and Indigenous-led struggles and resistance in Tiohtiá:ke, or Montreal, and beyond.

upcoming screenings

Monday
Feb 18
07:00 pm
Evangelia Kranioti / GR / 2018 / 60 '
A stunning documentary-fiction about the dizzying heights of gender and metamorphosis in Rio de Janeiro.
Monday
Feb 25
07:00 pm
Deeyah Khan / US / 2017 / 55 '
Deeyah Khan meets with U.S. neo-Nazis & white nationalists as she seeks to understand the motivations behind the resurgence of far-right extremism in the country.
Monday
Mar 04
07:00 pm
Cynthia Lowen / US / 2018 / 96 '
NETIZENS exposes the proliferation of cyber harassment faced by women, spreading from the web to the most intimate corners of their lives.
Monday
Mar 11
07:00 pm
Adam Mazo & Ben Pender-Cudlip / US / 2018 / 86 '
The doc follows Maine’s Truth & Reconciliation Commission as a flawed & hopeful process troubled with White privilege & framed by a need to heal colonial wounds.
Monday
Mar 18
07:00 pm
Nico Muzi & Nicolás Richat / AR / 2016 / 28 '
Peasants, farmers and Indigenous people in Colombia fight hard to reclaim their land.
 

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