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Cinema Politica’s free streaming series with ROAR Magazine continues with our newest offering: Maxime Faure’s MASQUÉE, a short celebrating the power of art to support social change.
The roundtable discussion Cultural Representation in the Media Arts, Ethics and Freedom of Expression held on March 16th, 2016 at Concordia University was web-cast and the video is now online.
Remembering the 25th Anniversary of the Oka Standoff and celebrating aboriginal art and activism.
We're excited to announce a new partnership with the Society for Cinema and Media Studies. Their 2015 conference in Montreal includes a CP screening and a panel featuring CP Co-founder Ezra Winton.
Nous cherchons de films indépendants d’artistes canadiens autochtones sur l'art, la culture, la politique, le militantisme, et l'histoire.
Cinema Politica has been invited to go to Docudays UA in Kyiv, Ukraine!
We're looking for submissions of independent Canadian Indigenous works that focus on art, culture, politics, activism, and history.

NEW ACQUISITION: BREAKING THE FRAME

network on Thursday, January 29, 2015

An avant-garde mosaic-film about the life and works of Carolee Schneemann, an American experimental feminist filmmaker and artist.

NEW ACQUISITION: MARS AT SUNRISE

network on Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Cinema Politica is thrilled to announce that we have acquired the rights to screen Jessica Habie’s MARS AT SUNRISE throughout our network of locals.

New Acquisition: THIS IS A STEREOTYPE

network on Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Our newest acquisition is a poetic film that challenges stereotypes of Indigenous peoples in America.
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