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"The Must-See Documentary Of The Year"
The Globe and Mail
"searing interviews with cleverly edited imagery"
"thoughtful and pointed" NNNN
Yahoo News Canada
"a particularly impressive act of filmmaking"
"well-reasoned and undeniably urgent"
"sure to provoke righteous outrage"
The Daily Beast
"couldn’t be more pertinent to the current moment"
The Canadian Press
"The film touches on everything from social services to climate change and inequality"
The Hollywood Reporter
"Manages to see hope for democracy in the years to come"
News & Events
Filmmaker Joel Bakan with activist, organizer, and Seattle City Council member Kshama Sawant, moderated by Sierra Club BC climate justice lead Anjali Appadura – both make guest appearances in the film.
About the Film
The Corporation (2003) examined an institution within society and diagnosed it as psychopath. With The New Corporation co-directors Joel Bakan and Jennifer Abbott are back with their lightning-rod of a sequel that reveals a world now fully remade in the corporation’s image, perilously close to losing democracy. They trace the devastating consequences, connect the dots, and now with the #1000 Screenings campaign they hit the streets to join in the resistance and change movements from around the world.
In the face of fracturing societies, climate change, and the hollowing out of democracy, The New Corporation is a cry for social justice, deeper democracy, and transformative solutions.
See The Film
Host one of #1000 ScreeningsVirtual Worldwide
We are now offering community screenings for organizations, groups, and educational institutions on a case by case basis with a sliding license fee depending on your type of event and your location.
Watch on CRAVEStreaming in Canada
February - Ongoing
The New Corporation is included with a subscription to CRAVE (EN/FR).
Change is Coming
These are indeed unprecedented times. Capitalism and corporate influence are wreaking far greater havoc on society than when the original film came out in 2003. Today, we are mired in inequity, racism, injustice, economic exploitation at a scale not seen since the 1920s. But change is coming.