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On March 30, 2016, Cinema Politica was privileged to award Toronto-based documentary filmmaker and activist Min Sook Lee with an award inspired by the lifework of Alanis Obomsawin.
Cinema Politica is thrilled to announce the launch of our First Peoples, First Screens sidebar program. FPFS showcases contemporary Indigenous Canadian political filmmaking.
A Montreal documentary festival was at the centre of a controversy over the representation of Inuit in one of their films, and a Nunavut-based filmmaker has much to say on the topic.
Cinema Politica and ROAR Magazine are very excited to announce the launch of a Cinema Politica Freestreaming Channel on ROAR Magazine’s website.
In “Beyond the Female Gaze and Towards a Documentary Gender Equality”, Turnin reports on the discussions held during IDFA’s 2014 The Female Gaze program.
Our newest network acquisition, Cullen Hoback’s TERMS AND CONDITIONS MAY APPLY, is a timely, compelling, and entertaining addition to the Cinema Politica roster.
A message from Cinema Politica filmmaker and supporter Franklin López
Our friends behind the film HUICHOLES: THE LAST PEYOTE GUARDIANS met with the president of the mining company threatening the sacred lands featured in the film.

Interventions divines, nouvelle édition

network on Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Cinema Politica lance une nouvelle édition de Interventions divines, notre programme voué à la spiritualité, à la justice sociale et au documentaire.

New Acquisition: The Worst of the Worst

network on Monday, November 10, 2014

We are delighted that we have rights to screen this moving prison justice short from the Yale Law School’s Visual Law Project.
 

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