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Global Peace Film Festival
Sept. 18-24, 2017 | Orlando, FL

Due to Hurricane Irma, the following events have been cancelled or postponed:

  • The K-12 Peace Art Exhibit in Orlando City Hall has been postponed;
  • The One Voice Orlando screenings on Friday, Sept. 22, of Love the Sinner for Somos Orlando have been cancelled;
  • And the Media Dialogue panel discussion, scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 23, has been cancelled.

The rest of the festival screenings and events will run as scheduled.


The 2017 festival schedule and films are here.



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Hurricane Irma's imminent landfall in Florida has forced the cancellation of the Mount Dora Festival, scheduled for Sept. 8 to 10. It will be rescheduled at a later date.

The Bloomingdale’s FILM AND FASHION event benefiting the Global Peace Film Festival has been rescheduled to Saturday, Sept. 16, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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Bishop Desmond Tutu and Nelson MadelaThe Global Peace Film Festival, established in 2003, uses the power of the moving image to further the cause of peace on earth. From the outset, the GPFF envisioned “peace” not as the absence of conflict but as a framework for channeling, processing and resolving conflict through respectful and non-violent means. People of good faith have real differences that deserve to be discussed, debated and contested. GPFF works to connect expression – artistic, political, social and personal – to positive, respectful vehicles for action and change. The festival program is carefully curated to create a place for open dialogue, using the films as catalysts for change.