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cinema politica Fredericton

established September 2007

previously screened

In Prison My Whole Life
I Am Femen
Selling Sex
How to Let Go of the World and Love All the Things Climate Can't Change
Migrant Dreams
Transgender Parents (Parents Transgenres)
Life is Waiting: Referendum and Resistance in Western Sahara
Last Chance
Flin Flon Flim Flam

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

Feb 26
07:00 pm
Raluca Bejan & Ioan Cocan / CA / 2018 / 74 '
An empathetic film about the Migrant Crisis in the Mediterranean, and the dangers faced in the process.
Mar 10
07:00 pm
Elaine Brière / CA / 2019 / 90 '
Haiti Betrayed reveals how Canada conspired with the United States and France in 2004 to topple the democratically-elected government.
Apr 07
07:00 pm
Adam D'Addario / CA / 2019 / 73 '
Flood: The Overdose Epidemic in Canada is a documentary that aims to reduce the stigma around substance use disorder (SUD) and inspire others to take action.
May 05
07:00 pm
Nettie Wild / CA / 1994 / 90 '
Taking place in the mountains and valleys of British Columbia, at the heart of the boldest aboriginal land, the movie challenges Canada's white history.

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