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posted by cinemapolitica in on sept. 11, 2012 - View profile


SQUAT: THE CITY BELONGS TO US - Opening Fall Screening **

Return of Cinema Politica Concordia!

- 9:00pm
Lundi Septembre 17 2012

Venue: Concordia University, Room H110
Address: 1455 de Maisonneuve W
Cost: Entry by donation

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**In the aftermath of the Quebec Maple Spring join us for our first screening for the Fall 2012 semester of the Montreal premiere of:

SQUAT: THE CITY BELONGS TO US - Montreal premiere
Christophe Coello/FR / 2011 / 94 min / Spanish / S.T. English

An intimate look at the actions of the Barcelona-based activist collective Miles de Viviendas (Thousands of Homes), a robust and diverse group of individuals determined to set condemned buildings free by occupying them and transforming the boarded flats into inspired homes. The film follows this deeply political, radical and committed group as they resist gentrification, bring vitality to forgotten urban spaces, protest against war and neoliberalism, and build community.


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