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You can now stream THE LAND BETWEEN, David Fedele's newest work, online for free. We also invite you to contribute a donation to this talented independent filmmaker.
In honour of Black History Month, CP York screened the gripping doc LET THE FIRE BORN, followed by an insightful panel discussion led by filmmaker Alison Duke.
Cinema Politica is thrilled to announce a new collaboration with the Sofia International Film Festival (SIFF) in Sofia, Bulgaria.

New Acquisition: BORN IN GAZA

network on Tuesday, February 17, 2015

BORN IN GAZA, presents a simultaneously beautiful and terrifying vision of how the lives of Palestinian children were viciously disrupted by the Israeli military’s 2014 “Protective Edge” campaign.

DOCUMENTARIES FOR BLACK HISTORY MONTH

network on Thursday, February 05, 2015

Cinema Politica is screening a variety of documentaries pertinent to Black History Month (February). We invite you to attend or organize a screening on campus or in your community.

New Acquisition: CRIMES WITHOUT HONOUR

network on Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Cinema Politica is proud to announce that we have acquired the rights to screen Raymonde Provencher’s CRIMES WITHOUT HONOUR throughout our network.
On February 5th, 2013 Cinema Politica @ The Bloor screened the fabulous new documentary from the NFB and by Karen Cho (pictured in image second up from bottom of the strip) called STATUS QUO? THE UNFINISHED BUSINESS OF FEMINISM IN CANADA. The film documents the history of feminism and the (multiple) women's movements in Canada over the last several decades. Cho spent years researching and filming and it pays off: SATUS QUO is a powerful education on a topic too often ignored or subjugated by mainstream and corporate media. Cho's incredible use of archives and her choice in compelling interview subjects, combined with a fantastic soundscape, excellent editing and top-notch cinematography make for a documentary not to be missed.
 

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