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Waugh’s commitment to LGTBQ rights continues in this letter and article published in the Montreal Gazette.
We've added a bold and timely new film to our Adopt-a-doc initiative that questions the mainstreaming of pride and the assimilation of queer politics into hetero-mainstream culture.
Filmmaker faces unjust prison sentence in show trial as filmmaking community rallies support.


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.


network on Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Cinema Politica is proud to announce that its newest acquisition, Blair Dorosh-Walther’s OUT IN THE NIGHT, is now available to be screened throughout our network of locals.

You Can't Pinkwash This

network on Wednesday, July 02, 2014

A new short from John Greyson and friends.

Burn baby burn!

concordia on Friday, December 13, 2013

It was an altogether FIERCE screening of PARIS IS BURNING - a great way to end our year.

Support LGBTQ filmmakers in Russia

network on Friday, October 04, 2013

Cinema Politica is supporting a fundraising initiative to raise money for two Russian filmmakers who are making a film about young LGBTQ people living in Putin's Russia.
Last Monday, following a Concordia screening of a selection of Greyson's work called "Sex, Song and Segregation" Cinema Politica awarded the Toronto-based filmmaker a new award, named after one of Canada's most committed documentarians.

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