Join film director Bruno Pischiutta and film producer Daria Trifu, your hosts for the next 11 days, as they will bring you Daily Video Presentations of the competing films. This year, the Festival showcases 44 films from 28 countries; you can watch all films, their trailers and the Daily Presentations on our channel at: www.globalnonviolentfilmfestival.com
8TH DAY VIDEO PRESENTATION SEPTEMBER 29, 2021
Bruno and Daria introduce the following four films from the Lineup:
Feature Film, 72 min., France
Directed by Gnassounou Koffi Chico
HU MAN – HEALING JOURNEY TO BEING HUMAN
Short Documentary, 37 min., Germany, India
Directed by Annette Muller
Short Film, 20 min., Czech Republic
Directed by Adad Joel Warda
Short Documentary, 13 min., Germany
Directed by Tilo Wondollek
The Festival is unique in the world for showcasing only nonviolent films to a global audience on its streaming channel.
HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA – March 15, 2021 — Global Nonviolent Film Festival, the most important and renown film festival of nonviolent films in the world, has revealed the official poster for its 10th annual edition that takes place this year from September 23 to October 3.
This yearly event takes place online. The films shown at the festival do not contain gratuitous violence; most of them can be enjoyed by the entire family, from the comfort of their home in any country of the world, while they compete for awards and recognition. The Festival was founded by film director Bruno Pischiutta and producer Daria Trifu in 2012.
“Watching movies online, while at home or on the go, is for many the only choice and, with Global Nonviolent Film Festival, it can be a really enjoyable family experience,” says Daria Trifu, festival director.
Global Nonviolent Film Festival is open for submissions. Filmmakers with completed movies, documentaries, and music videos, may submit them via FilmFreeway.
Starting in April, the films selected at the Global Nonviolent Film Festival are also accepted for distribution on the pay-per-view streaming channel, Global Cinema Online, that will bring to the viewers in every country nonviolent films, documentaries, TV series and music videos. The channel is well positioned to take a share of the ever growing video on demand market, and aims to become a notable competitor to the likes of Netflix and Hulu.
Bruno Pischiutta is one of the last great Italian directors of his generation and the only one who has lived in America for almost forty years. During his film career, he created and developed numerous feature films in Europe, America, Africa and Asia, and won major awards in several countries. In China, he wrote and developed the feature film The Sepia Portrait, and in Ghana he completed the feature film Punctured Hope that the Hollywood Political Film Society proposed for nomination at the 2010 Academy Awards®. Bruno Pischiutta is the Co-founder and Artistic Consultant of the Global Nonviolent Film Festival.
Daria Trifu is a producer and executive producer. She is the President and C.E.O. of Global Film Studio Inc. that owns the Global Nonviolent Film Festival and Global Cinema Online. Ms. Trifu is a Co-founder and the Director of the Festival. She is also the publisher of “DARIA!” Magazine since 2005. Daria Trifu produced the critically acclaimed feature film (35mm) “Punctured Hope” with a US $5.8 million budget and a team of +200 cast and crew members.
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February 7, 2021 — Hollywood, California — Global Nonviolent Film Festival unveils the official poster for its 10th annual edition that takes place this year from September 23 to October 3.
The poster is created on a concept by film director Bruno Pischiutta, and it features actress Kelly Dalston. It is designed and made by Daria Trifu.
The poster’s composition depicts the reality that the lockdowns created for people from all corners of the world: home entertainment is an essential component of every-day life, and watching films on-line is the new norm.
“In the many months spent at home during the COVID-time, we all adjusted to a ‘new normality’, part of which means choosing our entertainment from the most accessible source available, the internet. Watching films on-line, in the comfort of our home, is for many the only choice and it can be a really enjoyable family experience. The Global Nonviolent Film Festival offers to its viewers nonviolent films and documentaries from ten years”, says Daria Trifu, festival director.
Filmmakers should know that Global Nonviolent Film Festival is open for submissions. The ‘Early Deadline’ to submit a narrative film, documentary or music video is February 25th.
All films selected to participate at the Festival are showcased on the event’s streaming channel from September 23 to October 3, while they compete for awards and recognition. In addition, the selected narrative films and documentaries are guaranteed a distribution contract proposal from Global Cinema Online.
Global Cinema Online, scheduled to be launched by Global Film Studio in April, is a pay-per-view streaming platform for nonviolent films and documentaries that is well positioned to take a share of the ever growing video on demand market. It aims to become a notable competitor to the likes of Netflix and Hulu.