Sept 15 Showing – 9-11


This week at Cinema Academica:


Saturday September 15th, 2018, 7:00 p.m.

Lamoureux Hall, University of Ottawa, room 339


INCONTROVERTIBLE is the first and only feature-length documentary we have which portrays the frank and candid views of Police Officers, Firefighters, and Soldiers as they express their grave concerns about the official explanation for the events of 9/11.

The film is intended to act as a practical aid in combating the mainstream media’s propaganda and outright lies concerning the attacks on September 11th 2001.

This film is intended to be viewed by Police Officers, Firefighters, and all those serving in the Armed Forces as they are the among the best placed members of our society to have the ability to change things for the better.


Coming up at Cinema Academica:

Saturday, September 22nd, 2018, 7:00 p.m.
Lamoureux Hall, University of Ottawa, room 339
Part of Ottawa Peace Festival 2018.

World Peace and Other 4th Grade Achievements

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

55 min.

Saturday, September 29, 2018, 7:00 p.m

FSS 1006 (Note change of location for this event only.)
Part of Ottawa Peace Festival 2018.

Inside Peace

“Inside Peace” will be screened at uOttawa FSS-1006*, 120 University Private, Ottawa, on Saturday 29 September 2018. Film begins at 7 PM. Doors will open at 6:30 PM.
Seating is open to the public on a first come/first served basis.
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.
This non-religious/non-sectarian Peace Education Program is being successfully implemented on a global scale at correctional facilities and other suitable venues in the Americas, Europe, Asia, and Australia. Peace Education courses have now been held in 81 countries and 37 different languages. At the end of 2017, over 7000 people in correctional facilities were participating in them.

For further information on the film or the Peace Education course, please email Nicole Huron at nhuron AT videotron DOT ca
Watch the trailer:
*Directions to FSS-1006 :

Saturday, October 6, 2018
No film scheduled this week.

Saturday, October 13, 2018, 7:00 p.m.
Lamoureux Hall, University of Ottawa, room 339

The Young Karl Marx

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.)

118 min.

Cinema Academica hosts film screenings during the academic year at the University of Ottawa on various social, political and economic issues in order to increase social consciousness and encourage activism in the community. All films are completely free of charge. All films are followed by discussion.

For more information:

Parking: There is limited metered parking on campus on Séraphin-Marion (the continuation of Wilbrod west of Cumberland) and in the adjacent lot east of Tabaret Hall, and also on Louis Pasteur, between MacDonald Hall and Gendron Hall. The meters are enforced 24/7. There is also a pay-and-display lot beside Simard Hall. The best bet is on nearby streets in Sandy Hill, e.g., Henderson, where there are signs for 2 or 3 hour parking up to 7:00 p.m., unrestricted after 7:00.





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