2014 Program


All screenings are free (though donations will be accepted to cover costs). Click here for Facebook event.


2-3:50pm @ Moot Court Room, Faculty of Law, Western University

Approaches to Crime Control and Incarceration in the Industrialized and Developing World

[PostponedFilm Screening: Legislative Art: The work of Laurie Jo Reynolds]

FRI JAN 24, 6-9pm @ Conron Hall, University College, Western University

Film Screening: Lilies with guest speaker John Greyson

TUES JAN 28, 6-9pm @ At^lohsa – 343 Richmond Street

Opening Ceremony and Land Defenders: Indigenous Resistance to Settler Colonialism from Turtle Island to Palestine

WED JAN 29, 7-9pm @ UCC Room 67, Western University

The Truth About Omar Khadr

THURS JAN 30, 6-8pm @ Central Library – Stevenson & Hunt B

Resisting the War on Drugs and Drug Users

FRI JAN 31, 7-9pm @ Central Library – Stevenson & Hunt B

2 Spirit, Queer and Trans Perspectives on the Prison Industrial Complex

SAT FEB 1 @ Central Library – Stevenson & Hunt B

2-3:30pm: Violence Against Indigenous Women 

4-6pm: Political Prisoners in Latin America 

7-9:30pm: Sex Work and the Prison Industrial Complex 

SUN FEB 2,  1-4pm @ Tolpuddle Meeting Room – 380 Adelaide St. N

Crisis Point: Elgin Middlesex Detention Center (1pm-3pm)

Intersecting Movements and the Prison Industrial Complex – Final Panel (3pm-4pm)

FRI FEB 7, 4:30-6:30pm @ Conron Hall, Western University (Co-presentation with Emergence Queer Arts Festival)

Film Screening: Proteus with guest speaker John Greyson

The festival takes place on the lands of the Haudenosaunee, Anishinaabek, Huron-Wendat, and Attawandaron Peoples. All events are free (donations welcome), wheelchair accessible, and scent-reduced—please do not use or wear scented products, including essential oils. We are working hard to ensure we have ASL and that films are closed captioned. Please email us should you have any questions about this.  Childcare is available, please click here to register. Please contact us (PJFFLondon@gmail.com) with any questions or concerns regarding accessibility.

Sponsors: At^lohsa, Peak Magazine, Muslim Student Association (Wednesday night), Latin American-Canadian Solidarity Association (LACASA) and the International Network in Solidarity with Colombian Political Prisoners (INSPP), London Area Network of Substance Users (LANSU), Indignants, People for Peace, Deshkan Ziibi Native Women’s Association. Click here for more information about our sponsors and partners.

Endorsers: Council of Canadians, London Chapter

For more information please email us at: PJFFLondon@gmail.com



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