“The Price of Peace” (Kim Webby / New Zealand / 2015 / 82 ‘) screens on Friday, Nov.24 at 7:00pm at Conserver House, 180 Saint John St., Fredericton.
An arresting portrait of Tūhoe activist Tame Iti and other Māori activists accused of terrorism in New Zealand. The director outlines the perils of surveillance in her account of the trial, in which Iti and three others were accused of plotting terrorist activities after an alleged paramilitary training camp was discovered by police in the Urewera in 2007.
All are welcome. Films are followed by an optional discussion. Screenings are free but donations welcome. Conserver House location is wheelchair accessible but the washrooms are up the stairs. This is Cinema Politica Fredericton’s 10th season!