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LINE-UP 2019

September 10, 2019 — Hollywood, California — Global Nonviolent Film Festival, the most important and renown nonviolent film festival in the world, announced today it’s 2019 Line-up.

This 8th edition of the Festival takes place 19 – 29 September and all films will be screened on the Festival’s on-line TV Channel exclusively:

Global Nonviolent Film Festival – Vimeo Channel

The trailers of the films can already be watched on the channel.

There are 46 films that have been selected from 23 countries. There are feature and short films, feature and short documentaries, animation films and music videos.

Here is the Official Line-up of the 2019 edition of the Festival:

FEATURE FILM CATEGORY

AS THE EARTH TURNS
45 min. – USA
Directed by Richard H. Lyford 

FOURTEENTH DAY
85 min. – Iran
Directed by Mahmoud Nazeri  

RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES
72 min. – Poland
Directed by Paweł Wendorff

THE DESCENDANTS
80 min. – Iran
Directed by Yaser Talebi

THE TWO PILOTS
88 min. – Ghana
Directed by Jones Agyemang

SHORT FILM CATEGORY 

A FELLOW AMERICAN
4 min. – USA
Directed by Adrian Atwood

CONSTANT TREASON
16 min. – USA
Directed by Ruvin Orbach

IF I COULD BARK
12 min. – USA
Directed by Shawn Welling

KEEPING MUM 
35 min. – UK
Directed by David Goodall

LADIES MOST DEJECT
15 min. – USA
Directed by Martha Elcan 

MAKE AMERICA SAFE
19 min. – USA
Directed by Blanche Baker

RETOUCH
20 min. – Iran
Directed by Kaveh Mazaheri

ROSALIND
17 min. – USA
Directed by David Hardberger

RUN HERMES
7 min. – USA
Directed by Kevin Short

SPIZELLA
20 min. – Turkey
Directed by Mehmet Tığlı 

STARDUST MEMORY
34 min. – USA
Directed by Cindy Kemp  

TASTES LIKE MEDICINE
16 min. – USA
Directed by Steven Alexander Russell

THE FOG
20 min. – Iran 
Directed by Ali Shoorvarzi

THE HEALING OF HARMAN
20 min. – USA
Directed by Seth Pinsker

THE POWER OF ONE COIN
16 min. – UK
Directed by Flaminia Graziadei

TILL THE FOLLOWING MORNING
27 min. – Iran
Directed by Macan Mansourian

TOWN HALL
26 min. – USA
Directed by Casey Lock and Ross Zuchowski

WHISTLING WOODS
9 min. – Canada  
Directed by Mackenzie McElligott  

FEATURE DOCUMENTARY CATEGORY

DAY OF THE WESTERN SUNRISE
75 min. – USA, Japan 
Directed by Keith Reimink

DEMOCRACY, AN ENDANGERED IDEA?
46 min. – Austria
Directed by Johannes Perterer

DIVINE CACTUS
44 min. – Peru 
Directed by Sergey Baranov

JACKSTONES
81 min. – Canada
Directed by Tim Riedel 

LET THEM EAT CAKE
81 min. – USA
Directed by Alexis Krasilovsky

LOOK AT US NOW, MOTHER!
83 min. – USA
Directed by Gayle Kirschenbaum

SOLDIERS WITHOUT GUNS
90 min. – New Zealand
Directed by Will Watson

SHORT DOCUMENTARY CATEGORY

BIRTH OF A POET
13 min. – India, Egypt
Directed by Manu Mallikarjun

GUN SHOW
30 min. – USA
Directed by Richard Chisolm

MY NAME WAS JANUARY
26 min. – Canada
Directed by Elina Gress and Lenee Son 

REBEL
12 min. – UK
Directed by Chris Healey 

SECRET WEAPON
13 min. – USA, Afghanistan
Directed by Beth Murphy 

SPACE TO EXPLORE
14 min. – USA
Directed by Katherine DuBois

THE MILLENNIAL DISRUPTION
28 min. – USA
Directed by Somi Arian

VIETNAM AFTERMATH
30 min. – USA
Directed by Tom Phillips

WHAT MATTERS
20 min. – Italy
Directed by Alessandro Po & Sofia Vettori

SHORT ANIMATION CATEGORY

ANACRONTE
15 min. – Argentina, Mexico
Directed by Emiliano Sette and Raúl Koler

PINK & BLUE
7 min. – USA
Directed by James Parris

THE TEACHER
10 min. – Portugal
Directed by Maria Moreira

THE WRONG ROCK
13 min. – USA
Directed by Michael Cawood   

MUSIC VIDEO CATEGORY

DEZ MONA – HOW BEAUTIFUL
4:27 min. – Belgium
Directed by Guido Verelst

OSVALDO SUPINO – NO MEANS NO
4:23 min. – Spain
Directed by Vera Kuznetsova & Andrei Zaitcev

TIM FREITAG – TIP TOE
4:30 min. – Switzerland, Vietnam
Directed by Achille Lietha

  

The complete Film Guide will be in the annual magazine Daria! that features articles about the films and interviews with some of the filmmakers. The magazine will be published on September 16 and will be available here: Daria! Magazine.

CONTACT:
Global Nonviolent Film Festival
www.nonviolentfilmfestival.com
info@nonviolentfilmfestival.com

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Call For Entries at the Global Nonviolent Film Festival

June 30, 2019 — Hollywood, California — Global Nonviolent Film Festival accepts submissions till August 31. The 2019 and 8th edition of the Festival takes place September 19 – 29. 

Films are accepted in the following categories: features, documentaries, shorts, animation, docudrama and music video.

All films submitted must be nonviolent: the Festival does not accept films that showcase explicit or graphic violence; implied acts of violence may be accepted if they are justified by the message of the movie.

The members of the selection committee of the Festival are pleased to announce that they have noticed a rise in the quality of the films received and they welcome new submissions until the deadline.

Submit via FilmFreeway.

Until now, +20 films have already been selected from over 10 countries and they will be shown ‘in competition’ at the upcoming edition of the Festival.

GNFF is an on-line film festival that showcases the best in nonviolent cinema from around the globe. The Festival takes place on its on-line TV Channel.

Contact:

Global Nonviolent Film Festival

www.nonviolentfilmfestival.com

info@nonviolentfilmfestival.com

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Global Nonviolent Film Festival Reveals 2019 Official Poster

May 16, 2019 — Hollywood, California — Global Nonviolent Film Festival reveals the official poster for its 8th annual edition taking place 19 – 29 September, 2019.

Official Poster of the 2019 edition of Global Nonviolent Film Festival.

The poster was created by Daria Trifu, the Festival’s director, who also designed and executed the original artwork. “I created this poster as a visual means to show what our Festival stands for: peace and hope over war and violence. The contrast between light and dark was an essential component hence the choice of colour and black & white. The purity of the little girl signifies the hope for a better and brighter future.”

Global Nonviolent Film Festival continues to accept submissions of feature films, documentaries, shorts, docudramas, animation films and music videos. Until now, +20 films have already been selected from over 10 countries and they will be shown ‘in competition’ at the upcoming edition of the Festival.

The Festival accepts submissions via FilmFreeway, Withoutabox and Reelport.

The submission deadline is August 31. 

GNFF is an on-line film festival that showcases the best in nonviolent cinema from around the globe. The Festival takes place on its on-line TV Channel.

Feature Films, Documentaries, Shorts & Music Videos

Submit Your Film!

The 8th edition of the Global Nonviolent Film Festival takes place September 19 – 29, 2019 on-line.

“We’re fighting world violence one film at a time!”
– Daria Trifu, Festival Co-Founder & Director

“In such turbulent times, it is refreshing to work with such an experienced film festival that focuses on the important issues we face today. Thank you for giving a platform to so many filmmakers not following the Hollywood hype and telling stories in alternative ways. We look forward to our continued collaboration in the future.” – Marco Orsini, executive producer of the music video and of the documentary “Dangerous Crossings” / “Dangerous Crossings: The Making of a Campaign” that were produced in cooperation with the United Nations’ High Commissioner for Refugees (UNCHR); awarded Best Music Video and Best Short Documentary, respectively, at the 2018 Festival.

“The Global Non-Violent FF is one of the world’s best on-line festivals as it is run by a passionate team whose communication is outstanding. They are one of the most organized and easy to cooperate with festivals and treat each film with the greatest respect, care and attention.” – Rebekah Smith, founder of The Film Festival Doctor.

“The Global Nonviolent Film Festival is unique in its choice of subject matter, showcasing films with positive messages. Because these themes are so thought-provoking, the Festival performs its important objective of spreading these messages around the world. It is fascinating, too, to see different ‘takes’ on similar subjects from the world’s film makers.” – Peter Williams, awarded Best Director in a Feature Documentary 2018 for “A Century of Coal”.

“Thank you for an amazing experience!! Your “worldwide” format for this festival gives great opportunity for film makers. An unforgettable time for sure!! Thank you again.” – Donald Miller, awarded Best Production in a Feature Film 2018 for “If I Could Run”.

“I am glad to be a winner at this amazing festival. Perfect communication, perfect organization experience.” – Mehmet Tığlı, awarded Best Screenplay in a Short Film 2018 for “A Ferry Tale”.

“We were very grateful for our experience with the Global Nonviolent Film Festival. We’re looking forward to showing future films here.” – Isaac Hertz, awarded Best Director in the Feature Documentary Category 2017 for “One Rock Three Religions”.

“We are honored to have had our feature documentary selected by Global Nonviolent Film Festival. It’s a venue that provides a wide selection of excellent international films for an online viewing experience. Global’s unique presentation will no doubt grow into a cinematic wave for film festivals in the future.” – Bo Boudart, awarded Best Documentary in the Feature Documentary Category 2017 for “Paying the Price for Peace: The Story of S. Brian Willson”.

“The festival was very precise and orderly! I am very happy for having participated in this event. Good wishes for this festival!” – Kazem Mollaie, awarded Best Feature Film 2017 for “Kupal”

Filmmakers from every corner of the globe are invited to submit their films, documentaries, docudramas (shorts, features, animation) and music videos to this vanguard on-line festival that showcases the best in nonviolent cinema.

Click to Submit Your Film!CONTACT
Global Nonviolent Film Festival
http://www.nonviolentfilmfestival.com
info@nonviolentfilmfestival.com


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Global Nonviolent Film Festival Announces 2019 Dates

“We’re fighting world violence one film at a time!” – Daria Trifu, Festival Co-Founder & Director


October 18, 2018 — Hollywood, California —
The 8th edition of Global Nonviolent Film Festival will take place from September 19 to September 29, 2019. Submissions are now open.

Global Nonviolent Film Festival is the most important and renown nonviolent film festival in the world and it takes place on its on-line TV Channel.

The Festival was founded by film director Bruno Pischiutta and producer Daria Trifu in 2012 to showcase nonviolent motion pictures and to show that these movies are not only capable of great international success but that they are also in high demand by the public.

Filmmakers from every corner of the globe are invited to submit their films, documentaries (shorts, features, animation) and music videos to this vanguard on-line festival that showcases the best in nonviolent cinema. 

For 11 consecutive days each year, the world viewers can watch the films selected at Global Nonviolent Film Festival and enjoy them from the comfort of their homes. They can read about the filmmakers in the annual Daria! magazine and they can view, every day, the video presentations provided for every movie. This makes Global Nonviolent Film Festival the best place for producers to showcase their work. 

All films submitted must be nonviolent: the Festival does not accept films that showcase explicit or graphic violence; implied acts of violence may be accepted if they are justified by the message of the film. 

The Festival is IMDb-accredited and it works with FilmFreeway, Withoutabox, FilmFestivalLife, Reelport and ClickforFestivals.

Submit Your Film via FilmFreeway:

Throughout the years, the Festival awarded new filmmakers and established film Stars such as Nicole Kidman, Woody Allen, Richard Gere, and Robert Redford. Some of the awarded films gained access to theatrical releases and have competed for Academy Award®’s nomination consideration.

In 2018, Global Nonviolent Film Festival showcased 32 features, documentaries and music videos from 20 countries. The daily films’ presentations were recorded by Bruno Pischiutta and actress Christie Norton who was also featured on the poster. The Jury awarded 21 deserving films and filmmakers. Here is some of what the participants had to say about the event:

“In such turbulent times, it is refreshing to work with such an experienced film festival that focuses on the important issues we face today. Thank you for giving a platform to so many filmmakers not following the Hollywood hype and telling stories in alternative ways. We look forward to our continued collaboration in the future.”Marco Orsini, executive producer of the music video and of the documentary “Dangerous Crossings” / “Dangerous Crossings: The Making of a Campaign” that were produced in cooperation with the United Nations’ High Commissioner for Refugees (UNCHR); awarded “Best Music Video” and “Best Short Documentary”, respectively, at the 2018 Festival.

“The Global Non-Violent FF is one of the world’s best on-line festivals as it is run by a passionate team whose communication is outstanding. They are one of the most organized and easy to cooperate with festivals and treat each film with the greatest respect, care and attention.”Rebekah Smith, founder of The Film Festival Doctor

“The Global Nonviolent Film Festival is unique in its choice of subject matter, showcasing films with positive messages. Because these themes are so thought-provoking, the Festival performs its important objective of spreading these messages around the world. It is fascinating, too, to see different ‘takes’ on similar subjects from the world’s film makers.”Peter Williams, awarded Best Director in a Feature Documentary 2018 for “A Century of Coal”

“Thank you for an amazing experience!! Your “worldwide” format for this festival gives great opportunity for film makers. An unforgettable time for sure!! Thank you again.”Donald Miller, awarded Best Production in a Feature Film 2018 for “If I Could Run”

“I am glad to be a winner at this amazing festival. Perfect communication, perfect organization experience.”Mehmet Tığlı, awarded Best Screenplay in a Short Film 2018 for “A Ferry Tale”

“We were very grateful for our experience with the Global Nonviolent Film Festival. We’re looking forward to showing future films here.” Isaac Hertz, awarded Best Director in the Feature Documentary Category 2017 for “One Rock Three Religions”

“We are honored to have had our feature documentary selected by Global Nonviolent Film Festival. It’s a venue that provides a wide selection of excellent international films for an online viewing experience. Global’s unique presentation will no doubt grow into a cinematic wave for film festivals in the future.”Bo Boudart awarded Best Documentary in the Feature Documentary Category 2017 for “Paying the Price for Peace: The Story of S. Brian Willson”

“The festival was very precise and orderly! I am very happy for having participated in this event. Good wishes for this festival!”Kazem Mollaie, awarded Best Feature Film 2017 for “Kupal”

The Festival fights world violence one film at the time!

Any world brand and organization with strong social responsibilities’ commitments and principles that are against violence should consider sponsoring this global event. 

All sponsorship queries should be addressed to: corporate@globalfilmstudio.com

The Festival gives special thanks to its long-term partners, The Film Festival Doctor, InkTip and iPitch.tv.

Global Nonviolent Film Festival is owned and organized by Global Film Studio, a Canadian media company focused on ventures that are socially conscious and nonviolent.

CONTACT: 

Global Nonviolent Film Festival
info@nonviolentfilmfestival.com

Daria Trifu Announces the Awards at the Global Nonviolent Film Festival 2018

October 1, 2018 — Hollywood, California — The Awards’ presentation video is available on the Festival’s TV Channel:

The awarded films and filmmakers of the 2018 edition of Global Nonviolent Film Festival are:

Best Animation Film
GENESIS (Iran)
Directed & Produced by Abtin Mozafari

Best Docudrama
DNA OF WILD BEASTS (France)
Produced by Lauriane Coulon
Directed by Delphine Montaigne

Best Graphics & Animation in a Music Video
Katharina Potratz for GRAVITY (Germany)
Directed by Katharina Potratz and Julian Silverscreen

Best Video Music
DANGEROUS CROSSINGS (Egypt)
Produced by Ragnhild EkDirected by Amr Salama

Best Original Subject in a Short Documentary
THE OTHER SIDE (Brazil)
Directed & Produced by Erica Tucherman, Written by Fernanda Abreu

Best Short Documentary (ex equo)
DANGEROUS CROSSINGS: THE MAKING OF A CAMPAIGN (Egypt)
Produced by Ragnhild Ek
Directed by Ismail Elmokadem

Best Short Documentary (ex equo)
ONE MOTHER’S FIRE: THE GAIL MINGER STORY (USA)
Directed & Produced by Diana Nicolae

Best Direction in a Feature Documentary
A CENTURY OF COAL (UK)
Directed by Peter Williams

Best Production in a Feature Documentary
MAKE ME A LEADER (Australia)
Directed & Produced by Silvia Damiano

Best Feature Documentary
ZAN (Japan)
Produced by Rick Grehan & Yu Kisami
Directed by Rick Grehan

Best Actors in a Short Film
Mariana Achim and Chema Lopes in MINE (Spain)
Directed by Juan Munoz de Blanco

Best Direction in a Short Film
LOVES LOST (UK)
Directed by Leo De Haan

Best Comic Subject in a Short Film
FUCK THE BITCH!? (France)
Written & Directed by Daniel Jenny

Best Screenplay in a Short Film
A FERRY TALE (Turkey)
Directed by Mehmet Tığlı

Best Production in a Short Film
FAMOUS LITTLE GIRLS (US)
Produced by Luciana Caplan

Best Original Short Film
ARE YOU A VOLLEYBALL?! (Iran)
Produced Nima Rabiei
Written & Directed by Mohammad Bakhshi

Best Short Film
YOU AND ME (India)
Produced by Keteki Guhagarkar Surve
Directed by Mrigank Dubey

Best Direction in a Feature Film
SALVATION (Ghana)
Directed by Jones Agyemang

Best Production in a Feature Film
IF I COULD RUN (USA)
Produced by Donald Miller
Directed by Shawn Welling

Best Subject in a Feature Film
SHOLLER’S ARCHIVE (Azerbaijan)
Written, Directed & Produced by Jalaladdin Gasimov

Best Feature Film
GOLNESA (Iran)
Produced by Sattar Chamani Gol and Yousef Karimi
Directed by Sattar Chamani Gol

In 2019 the Festival will take place from September 19 to 29. Submissions will open this month.

Global Nonviolent Film Festival is the most important and renown nonviolent film festival in the world that, since 2016, takes place online at: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/globalfilmfestival

CONTACT
Global Nonviolent Film Festival
http://www.nonviolentfilmfestival.com
info@nonviolentfilmfestival.com

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Day 11 at Global Nonviolent Film Festival

September 30, 2018 — Hollywood, California — Today is the last day of Global Nonviolent Film Festival. Tomorrow, October 1st, the Jury will communicate the awards; the Award’s Presentation video will be uploaded on the Festival’s Vimeo TV Channel. All the 11 daily video presentations and the trailers of the 32 films will remain available on the channel indefinitely; the full length films will be removed from the channel at the end of the day on October 2nd, as per our agreement with the filmmakers.

Today, the Festival presents the following three films:

SHOLLER’S ARCHIVE
88 min. – Azerbaijan
Directed by Jalaladdin Gasimov

FAMOUS LITTLE GIRLS
18 min. – USA
Directed by Luciana Caplan and Sophano Van

DNA OF WILD BEASTS
18 min. – France
Directed by Delphine Montaigne

Today’s video presentation by film director and artistic consultant of the festival Bruno Pischiutta and actress Christie Norton (who is featured on the Festival’s 2018 poster) is now live on the Festival’s broadcast channel alongside all 32 films selected from 20 countries that are participating in this year’s event.

Read about the participating films, including directors’ statements and interviews, in Daria! magazine (starting at page #50) here:

Global Nonviolent Film Festival 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.

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.

CONTACT:

Global Nonviolent Film Festival
www.nonviolentfilmfestival.com
info@nonviolentfilmfestival.com

Day 10 at Global Nonviolent Film Festival

September 29, 2018 — Hollywood, California — Global Nonviolent Film Festival presents today the following three films:

OUTCAST: THE HOUSE THAT CAROL BUILT
66 min. – Ireland
Directed by Colin and Laura Graham

GRAVITY
7 min. – Germany
Directed by Julian Silverscreen and Katharina Potratz

LOVES LOST
13 min. – UK
Directed by Leo De Haan

Today’s video presentation by film director and artistic consultant of the festival Bruno Pischiutta and actress Christie Norton (who is featured on the Festival’s 2018 poster) is now live on the Festival’s broadcast channel alongside all 32 films selected from 20 countries that are participating in this year’s event.

Read about the participating films, including directors’ statements and interviews, in Daria! magazine (starting at page #50) here:

Global Nonviolent Film Festival 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.

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.

CONTACT:

Global Nonviolent Film Festival
www.nonviolentfilmfestival.com
info@nonviolentfilmfestival.com

Day 9 at Global Nonviolent Film Festival

September 28, 2018 — Hollywood, California — Global Nonviolent Film Festival presents today the following three films:

IF I COULD RUN
80 min. – USA
Directed by Shawn Welling

COME ON LET’S GO
5 min. – USA
Directed by Jabari Clarke-Pennegan

MINE
13 min. – Spain
Directed by Juan Munoz de Blanco

Today’s video presentation by film director and artistic consultant of the festival Bruno Pischiutta and actress Christie Norton (who is featured on the Festival’s 2018 poster) is now live on the Festival’s broadcast channel alongside all 32 films selected from 20 countries that are participating in this year’s event.

Read about the participating films, including directors’ statements and interviews, in Daria! magazine (starting at page #50) here:

Global Nonviolent Film Festival 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.

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.

CONTACT:

Global Nonviolent Film Festival
www.nonviolentfilmfestival.com
info@nonviolentfilmfestival.com

Day 8 at Global Nonviolent Film Festival

September 27, 2018 — Hollywood, California — Global Nonviolent Film Festival presents today the following three films:

US
13 min. – UK
Directed by Will Darbyshire

AWAKENING
10 min. – USA
Directed by Serge Riedner

A DANGEROUS JOURNEY
12 min. – China
Directed by Yinfang Ping

Today’s video presentation by film director and artistic consultant of the festival Bruno Pischiutta and actress Christie Norton (who is featured on the Festival’s 2018 poster) is now live on the Festival’s broadcast channel alongside all 32 films selected from 20 countries that are participating in this year’s event.

Read about the participating films, including directors’ statements and interviews, in Daria! magazine (starting at page #50) here:

Global Nonviolent Film Festival 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.

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.

CONTACT:

Global Nonviolent Film Festival
www.nonviolentfilmfestival.com
info@nonviolentfilmfestival.com