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network on Monday, July 06, 2015

Bring out your picnic baskets, blankets and your appetite for engaging political docs, because CP's MTL summer screening series is back!! 
John Walker, whose doc ARCTIC DEFENDERS has screened throughout our network, reflects on the value of providing public screenings to foster serious dialogue about political issues.
CP St John’s had a successful screening of HUICHOLES: THE LAST PEYOTE GUARDIANS, which was recently featured in The Independent.

New Acquisition: DISRUPTION

network on Tuesday, November 11, 2014

We've just picked up this hard-hitting doc on climate justice action.

New Acquisition: LAMENT FOR THE LAND

network on Tuesday, October 28, 2014

We are proud to announce that we now have the screening rights for Ashlee Cunsolo Willox’s LAMENT FOR THE LAND throughout the Cinema Politica Network.

Guest Blog: Two Eco-docs from BC

concordia on Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Audience guest blogger Boyce Richardson comments on the "brutality of capitalism" featured in two environmental films from Canada's West Coast.
Cinema Politica is very proud and excited to announce that the 2010 Cinema Politica Audience Choice Award Winner is the beautiful and powerful Icelandic documentary Dreamland. Dreamlandwas one of our favourite films of 2010 and has screened widely throghout the CP network, where, judging by our audience response, it has been very well-received indeed. The film was reviewed at CP`s sister site - Art Threat - at the beginning of 2010. Here are a few excerpts:
What a city! The entire day was riddled with weather and public transport problems. A temperature like -20C may not be such a shock for somewhere lik Montreal, but here in Stockholm, we definitely felt it. Despite it all, around 120 people showed up for the screening of H2Oil. Once again, our superstar panel did not cease to please. We had H2Oil's filmmaker Shannon Walsh present on Skype, Greenpeace Sweden's energy and climate expert Martina Kruger, and GES-Investment's Flemming Heden. Our audience served up all kinds of questions for each of them, unfortunately our Skype connection with Shannon was sketchy and hiccuped a few times. The mood was still, and "I can't believe this is happening in Canada" is just one of the many memorable quotes of the night. Shannon Walsh did an incredible job at putting this film together, and our panelists made sure that everyone left with some knowledge of climate politics and corporate social responsibility. - Vi hörs!
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