What happens when we begin questioning some of the fundamental values and assumptions that underpin our own beliefs and those of our society?
The Huichol resist Canadian mining interests in Mexico
Violence against Aboriginal women is not just about Aboriginal women; it is equally about those who commit the violence and the societal values and cultural attitudes that allow it to be commonplace
Over the past year the St. John’s chapter of the popular on-campus documentary film series has proven the power of film to educate and foster healthy public dialogue about important issues
Documentary explores the state of prostitution laws in Canada; producer to speak at St. John’s screening
Documentary seeks answers to dwindling salmon stocks
Honeybees are disappearing, bee colonies worldwide are collapsing, and there’s very good reason to be concerned.
A pair of films from Newfoundland producer Annette Clarke explore the challenges and triumphs of women against different cultural backdrops.
With a growing need for constructive dialogue about important social, political, cultural and economic issues, a group of St. John’s residents are working together to bring Cinema Politica to Newfoundland.