Global Nonviolent Film Festival to open with films from Ghana, UK and Brazil

Day 1 – Daily Presentation


September 19, 2018 — Hollywood, California — Tomorrow, September 20, marks the fist day of the 2018 edition of Global Nonviolent Film Festival. This is the most important and renown nonviolent film festival in the world and it takes place online, on it’s TV channel, between September 20 – 30.

Watch all 32 participating films from 20 countries, their trailers and the daily presentations here (click the logo):

Read about the participating films, including directors’ statements and interviews in Daria! magazine (starting at page #50) – make full screen by clicking on the frame icon in the lower right corner:

On Thursday, September 20, the viewers will be able to watch the “Day 1” video presentation where festival’s director Daria Trifu alongside film director and artistic consultant of the festival Bruno Pischiutta, president of the jury Elio Dell’Unto and film actress Christie Norton open the 2018 edition of the Global Nonviolent Film Festival and address the viewers. This is followed by the presentation where Bruno Pischiutta and Christie Norton (who is featured on the Festival’s poster this year) introduce the following three films from the lineup:

Feature Film, 95 min. – Ghana
Directed by Jones Agyemang

Music Video, 6 min. – UK
Directed by Robert Bell

Short Documentary, 17 min. – Brazil
Directed by Erica Tucherman

Every day throughout the Festival, a new Daily Presentation video goes live on the TV channel.

The world viewers may watch any of the trailers and daily presentations for free. There is a small fee being charged (pay-per-view) by the Festival to the viewers when they watch any of the full length movies, documentaries, docudramas and music videos; the viewers have also the “Rent All” option for 50 Canadian Dollars that gives them a streaming period of 72-hours during which they may choose to watch any of the available films. 

The trailers remain available for viewing for 12 months; the daily presentations remain available indefinitely while the full length films are available between September 20 and 30 only.


Global Nonviolent Film Festival