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by radicalimagination on 16/02/2015
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previously screened

Ovarian Psycos
Colonization Road
The Prison in Twelve Landscapes
The Crossing
In the Shadow of Borders
A Place Called Chiapas
If a Tree Falls: A Story of the Earth Liberation Front
Is the Crown at War With Us?
The Yes Men Are Revolting

about cinema politica Radical Imagination

The Radical Imagination Cinema Politica local aims to show films and host discussions on important and timely topics and on the ways social movements and activists around the globe are organizing to transform the world. We coordinate occasional film series and one-time screenings with selected community partners.

The Radical Imagination Project is a Halifax-based research and action initiative run jointly out of Mount Saint Vincent University and the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design.  Dedicated to studying and enlivening the radical imagination in today's social movements and in society at large, the Project maintains a busy schedule of events including film screenings, public meetings, focus groups, seminars and conferences.

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upcoming screenings

Sep 16
06:30 pm
Angélique Kourounis / GR / 2016 / 90 '
Fearless and ferocious filmmaking at its finest, GOLDEN DAWN bravely reveals the inner-workings of the modern day fascist movement in Greece.
Sep 30
06:30 pm
Assia Boundaoui / US / 2018 / 87 '
A journalist's investigation into surveillance in her own Arab-American neighbourhood leads her to uncover one of the FBI's largest pre 9/11 terrorism probes.
Oct 28
06:30 pm
Kathleen Foster / US / 2016 / 53 '
PROFILED bears witness to the everyday racist violence experienced by PoC communities in the U.S. & gives us a window into one of the burning issues of our time.

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