The early years of Karl Marx, Friedrich Engels, and Jenny Marx between Paris, Brussels, and London.
A spectre is returning to haunt the capitalist world! In the year of Karl Marx’s 200th birthday we get the timely release of a remarkable film about one of history’s foremost and complex thinkers, depicting his early activist life leading up to one of the world’s most iconic publications, The Communist Manifesto. (From the film review in People’s Voice, March 16–31, 2018.)
Next Showing will be Saturday, October 13th at 7pm in Lamoureux 339 on the University of Ottawa campus
145 Jean-Jacques-Lussier Private, Ottawa
Where we will be showing the documentary
“The Young Karl Marx”
Check out our Cinema Academica facebook group (participation) if you would like to get involved, or make suggestions of documentaries you would like to see, speakers or topics you would like to hear more on, and so on.
Saturday at 7 PM
122 University Private, Ottawa, Ontario
Social Sciences building at the University of Ottawa
room FSS-1006 (on the first floor)
The documentary illuminates the transition that takes place within prisoners’ lives after attending a 10-week Peace Education course given at the Dominguez State Jail, San Antonio, Texas. The course seems to have a profound effect on individuals by encouraging them to de-escalate and take responsibility for their own personal situations & lives. The prisoners in the film share their insights into the social and emotional forces that sent them onto the wrong path and offer the uplifting message that everybody has the possibility to change their lives around, no matter how difficult their situation. “Inside Peace” follows several of them after their release and shows the challenges ex inmates face in their efforts to reintegrate into society.
The showing will be followed by a discussion. Our guest, hip hop artist Raphaël Desil (aka Moun Fou), will join us to share his experience of rehabilitation.
Watch the trailer: http://insidepeacemovie.com/
VENUE: uOttawa, 120 University Private, Social Sc. FSS-1006:
In 1978, innovative social studies teacher John Hunter created the “World Peace Game” to help his fourth-grade students improve their critical thinking skills. This documentary follows his current class as they learn about pressing global issues