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MOVIE NIGHTS AT SPARTACUS (684 E. Hastings) EVERY SUNDAY 8H30PM : DECEMBER CALENDAR

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Original Peoples, →Canadian Foreign Policy, →Environment, →Dominion Stories, →2010 Olympics

 EVERY SUNDAY 8H30PM

DECEMBER CALENDAR

 

DECEMBER 6th

The Squamish Five

 "In 1982, five young left-wing extremist shook up the Canadian government and its people by bombing a power plant, destroying a Litton Industries plant that made cruise missile guidance systems and firebombing several pornographic video stores. Based on interviews with one of the convicted bombers and wiretap transcripts, this made for Canadian television drama tells their story".

 

DECEMBER 13th

Movies about the MEND

"The Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta ("MEND") is one of the largest militant groups in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria. The organization exposes exploitation and oppression of the people of the Niger Delta and devastation of the natural environment by the Federal Government of Nigeria and foreign multinational corporations involved in the extraction of oil in the Niger Delta. MEND has been linked to attacks on foreign-owned petroleum companies in Nigeria as part of the Conflict in the Niger Delta, engaging in actions including sabotage, theft, property destruction, guerilla warfare, and kidnapping."

 

DECEMBER 20th

Short movies about recent struggles at 6 nations and on Mohawk territories

 

DECEMBER 27th

MOVIE POTLUCK : BRING AND SHARE HOMEMADE MOVIES AND OTHER SHORT MOVIES THEMES THAT HAVE BEEN PROPOSED : drugs, anti-christmas, Colombia…

 

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