The Field (Israel, 73 min)
- Directed by Mordechai Vardi
Perception: From Prison to Purpose (USA, 40 min)
- Directed by Jonathan Reed
Not One of Us (USA, 9 min)
- Directed by Bill Jarcho
Hurria (USA, 15 min)
- Directed by Travis Rush
The Arcade Creek Project: A Mosaic of Sustainability (USA, 30 min)
- Directed by Jierel Almario
Voices Not Heard: The Climate Fight of Malaysian Youth (USA, China, 40 min)
- Directed by Scott Brown
The Secret Fatwa (USA, 55 min)
- Directed by Delnaz Abadi
Un Besito Más (One More Kiss) (USA, 6 min)
- Directed by Simón Brand
Student Voices for Peace Awards
Selected by over 250 6th through 12th graders.
Recognizes short and feature documentaries that expose a subject that has received little or no media or public attention, but that shares a potent message and a clear demonstration that change is needed.
A look ahead to the 2018 Peace On Earth Film Festival. This year’s festival begins on Friday, March 9th, at the Davis Theater in Chicago’s Lincoln Square neighborhood.
The Directors of the Peace On Earth Film Festival, along with the Board of Directors of Transcendence Global Media, NFP, are pleased to announce the Selected Films for the 10th Annual Peace On Earth Film Festival (POEFF) presented March 9th – March 11th, at the newly renovated Davis Theater, in Lincoln Square – Chicago.
The 34 international films of the 2018 POEFF celebrate the work of filmmakers from around the world – 11 different countries – on the themes of peace, nonviolence, social justice and eco-balance: films within the various modalities of peace genre. POEFF aims to contribute to a culture of peace through international cinema, dialogue and programming highlighting individuals on the vanguard of peace activism and social change.
Submissions for the 10th Annual Peace On Earth Film Festival are now closed.
Thank you to filmmakers worldwide that submitted their powerful and courageous works with us.
We will announce Official Selections into the 2018 Peace On Earth Film Festival on or about December 10th.
The 10th Annual Peace On Earth Film Festival (POEFF) will be held at the newly renovated Davis Theater in Lincoln Square (Chicago, IL) from Friday, March 9 through Sunday, March 11, 2018.
Join us to celebrate and support independent filmmakers and their work from around the world on the themes of peace, nonviolence, social justice and eco-balance – films within the various modalities of peace genre. Join us, as we aim to contribute to a culture of peace through international cinema, dialogue and programming highlighting individuals on the vanguard of peace activism and social change.
POEFF presents a program of multi-faceted films, focused on reshaping attitudes, encouraging and highlighting nonviolent practices, and opening minds to the possibility of communication, consideration, tolerance and understanding.
POEFF features an Opening Night Press Gala, Filmmakers’ Panel, Peacemakers’ Panel, and One on One discussions with filmmakers and activists, and a Closing Night Awards Ceremony where exhibiting filmmakers are honored, and category winners receive accolades and cash prizes.
Discover that “Peace is Reel” and documented as doable.