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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.

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: OUT IN THE NIGHT

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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