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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.

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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.

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Open for Submissions

Brasov International Film Festival & Market

3 – 13 September 2015

Film Submissions: Open

Submission Deadline: July 30, 2015

Submit your film via FilmFreeway.

Brasov International Film Festival & Market is the most important and renowned nonviolent film festival in the world. For the 4th year consecutive, the Festival takes place in the beautiful resort city of Brasov located in the heart of Romania.

A total of eleven films are presented each year; of these, nine films are screened in-competition and two are screened out-of-competition on the opening and closing gala nights. Each film in-competition is awarded in one of the nine Official Awards categories (reference “Awards & Prizes” hereunder).

The films submitted must be in English language or in any other language with English subtitles.

Awards & Prizes*

Official Awards categories (voted by the jury):

• Best Film
• Best Director
• Best Cinematography
• Best Lead Male Actor
• Best Lead Female Actor
• Best Screenplay
• Best Music Score
• Best Art Direction
• Best Costumes

Special Awards (given by the organizers) may include:

• “Best Actress” in a film out of competition
• “Best Actor” in a film out of competition
• “Audience Award” to the film chosen by the audience

* No cash prizes.
* Winners receive Award Trophy with Certificate of Authenticity signed by artist (trophy is handmade by local artist) and an Award Certificate.

Rules & Terms

The submission fee is €75 (US $100) per film. The Festival does not wave submission fees and it does not reply to letters of filmmakers who ask wavers; instead, the Festival blacklists such filmmakers forever.

The Festival does not pay for mailing/shipping costs.

The Festival does not pay screening fees.

The Festival does not return DVD copies and/or any other materials (such as stills, media kits or posters).

If your film is selected, you will have to provide one (1) DVD copy that is screen-ready and in English language or in any other language with English subtitles.

The Festival accepts nonviolent feature films only; minimum running time: 85 minutes. The Festival does not accept documentaries, short films and animation films. If you submit a violent film, a documentary, a short film, an animation film or a screenplay they will not be considered and the €75 (US $100) submission fee will not be restituted.

Submission Deadline: July 30, 2015

Submit your film via FilmFreeway.

Here is a 25 minutes Documentary about the Festival in 2013: