We’ll get through this together.

We'll get through this together

This year in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are working with our partners to ensure a safe experience for our guests. Our partnering venues are all requiring the use of face masks and are practicing social distancing guidelines set forth by the CDC. We are doubling down on our values of access, equity, inclusivity, and independence by reimagining the Global Peace Film Festival during these extraordinary times. In addition to limited public screenings, we have expanded the Festival by providing access to those unable or unwilling to travel by offering a series of “Stay-At-Home Docs” and digital Q & A Sessions that can be enjoyed in the comfort of your own home. While the COVID-19 pandemic has been a challenge, we’ve also seen it as an opportunity for creative and expansive thinking. The Global Peace Film Festival is now a single festival expressed locally, globally, in-person and online. We invite you to sign up for our newsletter by clicking HERE and keep visiting our site for this year’s programming lineup.

Empower the Arts Campaign

The Global Peace Film Festival is a proud partner of the Empower the Arts Campaign. Support local arts and culture by donating today and help us reach our goal.

Donations to GPFF through this year’s campaign by September 15, 2020, are eligible for a 15% match by United Arts of Central Florida. Plus, if you donate $100 or more, you receive a one-year subscription to Orlando Arts Magazine AND a United ArtsCard, a buy-one-ticket-get-one-FREE and discount card that connects you to vibrant and diverse cultural offerings throughout Central Florida!

Vote for GPFF

The Global Peace Film Festival has been nominated in the Best Film Fest or Series category for the Best of Orlando Readers Poll 2020! Wherever you are, you can vote in this poll.

It only takes a minute or two!

And while you’re at it, here’s a small selection of some other nominees that are GPFF sponsors, supporters and friends:

  • Best Gallery – Mills Gallery (the Gallery’s Director, Boris Garbe, is on the GPFF Board of Directors)
  • Best Movie Theater – Enzian Theater
  • Best Curbside Service – Maxine’s on Shine (they’re nominated in several other categories, too, i.e. Best Place to Take a Date.)
  • Best Lunch – Dandelion Communitea (also nominated in several other categories, i.e. Best Vegetarian/Vegan.)
  • Best Independent Bookstore – Spiral Circle
  • Best Local Charitable Group – United Arts of Central Florida