Schedule

  • Cautionary Suggestions*
  • All ages
  • Ages 12+
  • Ages 16+
  • Ages 18+
Thursday March 3rd, 2016
3:06 am – 3:06 am

Oneness of Self and Environment

Master of Ceremony: Jerome Mc Donnell, host of WBEZ's Worldview
3:06 am – 3:16 amOpening Night Welcome
3:16 am – 4:23 amThe Same Heart
4:23 am – 4:26 amIntroduction of Jerome McDonnell, host of WBEZ's Worldview
4:26 am – 4:46 amQ&A: Directors Leonard Morris and Georgia Morris
4:46 am – 4:56 amBreak
4:56 am – 6:37 amHOPE FOR ALL – Food matters. You matter.
6:37 am – 6:57 amQ&A: Karyn Calabrese with Jerome McDonnell
6:57 am – 7:02 amFriday Highlights & Closing Announcements
Friday March 4th, 2016
3:06 am – 3:06 am

Refugees, Terrorism, Confict and Resolution

3:06 am – 3:08 amOpening Announcements
3:08 am – 4:47 amFreedom Stories
4:47 am – 4:52 amBreak
4:52 am – 5:10 amSpecial Screening of
What the Fuck Are These Red Squares? (1970)
5:10 am – 5:21 amA Tribute to Gordon Quinn and 50 years of Kartemquin Films
5:21 am – 5:26 amBreak
5:26 am – 6:30 amIn Our Son’s Name
6:30 am – 6:45 amQ&A: Phyllis Rodriguez and Director Gayla Jamision
6:45 am – 6:50 amBreak
6:50 am – 7:21 amKawergosk: Home Made of Cloth
7:21 am – 7:36 amQ&A: Directors Saddam Al-Zubaidi and Elizabeth Wuerffel
7:36 am – 7:39 amSaturday Highlights & Closing Announcements
Saturday March 5th, 2016
2:10 am – 2:10 am

Student Filmmaker Showcase

2:10 am – 2:13 amOpening Announcements
2:13 am – 2:26 amThe Lives We Stand For
2:26 am – 2:35 amDaily Bread
2:35 am – 2:42 amBreak
2:42 am – 3:02 am11 MINUTES
3:02 am – 3:09 amThe Negative Effects of Female Genital Mutilation
3:09 am – 3:39 amQ&A: Attending Student Filmmakers
3:39 am – 4:07 amBreak
4:07 am – 4:07 am

Interconnection of Life

4:07 am – 4:09 amFestival Announcements
4:09 am – 4:27 amWhen the heron flies
4:27 am – 5:11 amNagasaki: Why was the second bomb dropped?
5:11 am – 5:26 amQ&A: Director Klaus Scherer
5:26 am – 6:18 amKANTHARI: change from within
6:18 am – 6:27 amBreak
6:27 am – 7:57 amFilmmakers’ Panel Discussion
7:57 am – 8:07 amBreak
8:07 am – 9:32 amSince: The Bombing of Pan Am Flight 103
9:32 am – 9:38 amBreak
9:38 am – 9:38 am

Human Rights: Women and Children

9:38 am – 9:40 amFestival Announcements
9:40 am – 9:45 amAt the End of the Line
9:45 am – 9:48 amOur Girl
9:48 am – 10:11 amAullido (Howl)
10:11 am – 10:20 amBreak
10:20 am – 11:22 amIndia’s Daughter
11:22 am – 11:34 amBreak
11:34 am – 12:34 pmSpecial Panel: Actions & Implementation to Aid and Rectify Injustice
12:34 pm – 12:43 pmBreak
12:43 pm – 1:04 pmSketch
1:04 pm – 2:00 pmA New Color: The Art of Being Edythe Boone
2:00 pm – 2:15 pmQ&A: Edythe Boone and Director Marlene "Mo" Morris
2:15 pm – 2:23 pmBreak
2:23 pm – 2:33 pmINSIDE OUTSIDE
2:33 pm – 2:36 pmSunday Highlights & Closing Announcements
Sunday March 6th, 2016
2:11 am – 2:11 am

Restoring Justice

2:11 am – 2:14 amOpening Announcements
2:14 am – 2:39 amGood Business
2:39 am – 2:54 amQ&A: TBA
2:54 am – 3:36 amForgotten
3:36 am – 3:51 amQ&A: TBA
3:51 am – 4:08 amThe Peace Exchange/Hacia Adelante (Moving Forward)
4:08 am – 4:08 amQ&A: Directors Chad Ripalje & J'mme Love in adjoining G.A.R. Ballroom
4:08 am – 4:16 amBreak
4:16 am – 5:46 amPeacemakers’ Panel Discussion
5:46 am – 5:56 amBreak
5:56 am – 6:26 amHolodomor: Voices of Survivors (Ukrainian Famine/Genocide)
6:26 am – 6:46 amQ&A: Director Arianda Ochrymovy
6:46 am – 6:56 amBreak
6:56 am – 8:26 amI Am a Ukrainian: Personal Stories of a Revolution
8:26 am – 8:46 amQ&A: Director Ben Moses
8:46 am – 8:53 amBreak
8:53 am – 10:25 amHappy Those Who Cry
10:25 am – 10:31 amBreak
10:31 am – 10:56 amAwards Ceremony
10:56 am – 11:06 amPhotos
11:06 am – 11:11 amFestival Closing Remarks

Schedule subject to change without notice

What will remain constant is the day and time block (ie: Saturday/evening) currently assigned to the respective films. We are allowing for adjustments in the schedule, upon notification of a filmmakers intent to attend the Festival, potentially prompting an audience Q&A on the main stage.

 

*The Directors of the Peace On Earth Film Festival have posted Cautionary Suggestions for young audience members based on the content of each film. We understand that maturity levels vary with young people; these are merely suggestions. Parents and guardians are encouraged to read a film’s synopsis prior to bringing young audience members into the theater.

The Peace On Earth Film Festival is neither affiliated nor sponsored by Universal Studios