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Cinema Politica 01/16: The Devil's Miner

Posted by John / January 14, 2007

Cinema Politica writes:

WHAT: Documentary Screening of THE DEVIL'S MINER
WHEN: **TUESDAY**, January 16, at 7:30pm
WHERE: Room H-110 (Hall Building), Concordia University, 1455 de Maisonneuve W.
COST: Free or by donation

USA/France/Spain / 2005 / 82 min / Spanish with English subtitles

THE DEVIL’S MINER is the story of 14-year-old Basilio Vargas and his 12-year-old brother Bernardino, who work in the ancient Cerro Rico silver mines of Bolivia. It is believed that over eight million workers have perished in the mines since the 16th century...

To read the rest of the synopsis and watch the trailer for this film and others, please visit http://www.cinemapolitica.org.

This Winter Cinema Politica has more films, more speakers, and more diversity of filmmakers than ever. We are excited to bring you our latest line-up of 14 events, totaling almost 20 films in one semester! There was so many amazing political films to choose from that we just kept adding to the program, and this season we've also added every film's trailer to the Cinema Politica site. So mark Mondays on your calendars (there are about three screenings that are not on a Monday due to booking conflicts, so pay close attention to your programs please) and come enjoy free political cinema and discussion at Concordia. Our first screening of the year is THE DEVIL'S MINER, and at this screening you can pick up the new WINTER 2007 Program. After this screening, which is next TUESDAY, JANUARY 16th, you can pick up your programs at the Concordia Coop Bookstore at 2150 Bishop. Also, this week's Link has a feature article on Cinema Politica, so pick it up and read all about us!

Cinema Politica is an überculture project, and is co-sponsored by CitizenShift and Concordia University Television (CUTV). Additional support comes from our friends at the Concordia Co-op Bookstore and the Documentary Organization of Canada, Quebec Chapter.

For more information on all the films and various locals, please visit: http://www.cinemapolitica.org. For the WINTER 2007 PROGRAM, visit the Co-op Bookstore at 2150 Bishop.


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