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You Don't Like the Truth Film Tour

January 12, 2011 - October 24, 2011

Cinema Politica is very proud to be touring the powerful documentary You Don't Like the Truth: 4 Days Inside Guantanamo, throughout our Network from January to May 2011. Below is a list of screenings of the film (following the synopsis).

Back the Tap Screening Tour & Campaign

March 01, 2013 - March 31, 2013

Bottled water is simultaneously illogical and absurd - the creation of bottled water uses up precious resources, results in the pollution of water and privatizes the most free thing on earth, something that should always be pure, healthy and accessible: H20. In the spring of 2013 Cinema Politica is teaming up with the Coalition for Bottled Water Free Communities to end the sale and consumption of this ridiculous fad and restore our waterways to health. 

The Coca Cola Case Film Tour

January 01, 2010 - March 30, 2010

In January, February and March of 2010 the National Film Board of Canada (NFB) and Cinema Politica are teaming up to organize a tour of the documentary THE COCA-COLA CASE, a film about the legal case against Coca-Cola and their operations in Colombia. Below are the tour dates, the film's synopsis, trailer and other information.

Montreal on Screen

May 29, 2010 - June 03, 2010

Cinema Politica is teaming up with the Concordia Documentary Centre and Congress 2010 to bring you a fabulous program of five nights of excellent documentaries about Montreal between May 29th and June 3rd.

Sex Labour Smut Film and Video Festival

October 16, 2009 - October 19, 2009

Between Friday, Oct. 16 and Monday, Oct.19, 2010, Cinema Politica hosted a film and video festival dedicated to the topic of sex, sexuality and sexwork. Nine programs of experimental/non-fiction works were selected and screened, along with post-projection discussions with artists, activists and sexworkers, at the J.A. de Sève Cinema, at Concordia University. The focus was on "two of today's most politicized, yet under-screened topics: sexwork and pornography. Connecting and contextualizing bodies, genders, identities, desires and difference, this anti-sexist, anti-phobic festival confronts morality and obscenity with performance, pleasure, and politics."


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