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cinema politica Fredericton

established September 2007

previously screened

Tracing Blood & We Were Children
Revolutionary Medicine: A Story of the First Garifuna Hospital & E-WASTELAND
Status Quo? The Unfinished Business of Feminism in Canada
Mars at Sunrise
Directly Affected
cRISEs UP
They Were Promised the Sea
Valentine Road
Call me Kuchu
The Age of Stupid

about cinema politica Fredericton

Cinema Politica Fredericton screens weekly documentaries to inform and engage audiences on important socio-political, cultural, environmental and economic issues. The films will take us to places such as Afghanistan, Palestine, Haiti, Guatemala and indigenous territories in this country where Canadian policies are leaving an impact worthy of deeper critical examination, analysis and discussion.

The films will be screened on Fridays during the university semesters at 7:00 PM and will be followed by a discussion at approximately 8:30 PM. The films are free. Donations are encouraged to cover screening costs and to fund local organizing efforts committed to positive social change. All are welcome.

upcoming screenings

Friday
Oct 06
07:00 pm
Michelle St. John / CA / 2016 / 47 '
COLONIZATION ROAD confronts the wreckage of Canadian colonization with radical viewpoints, historical correctives and a dash of humour.
Friday
Oct 20
07:00 pm
Giselle Portenier / GT / 2006 / 83 '
Since 1999 more than two thousand women have been murdered in Guatemala, with the numbers escalating every year.
Friday
Oct 27
07:00 pm
Patrick Rouxel / FR / 2012 / 48 '
A visual essay about deforestation in Indonesia as experienced by an orangutan whose habitat has been destroyed.
Friday
Nov 17
07:00 pm
Aris Chatzistefanou / GR / 2014 / 74 '
Fascism Inc. presents unknown short stories of the past, the present and the future of fascism and its relation to the economic interests of each era.
Friday
Nov 24
07:00 pm
Kim Webby / NZ / 2015 / 82 '
An arresting portrait of Tūhoe activist Tame Iti and other Māori activists accused of terrorism in New Zealand.
 

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