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Ai Weiwei Konzerthaus installation
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PEACE ONE DAY Celebration Concert in Paris on Sept 17.

CINEMA FOR PEACE is delighted to announce that our friends from PEACE ONE DAY are holding a Celebration Concert at Le Zénith in Paris, hosted by POD ambassador Jude Law and Sharon Stone. The event will feature a host of incredible artists such as Charlie Winston, Patti Smith, - M -, Youssou Ndour, Yodelice, Ayo, and Vanessa Paradis. It will also highlight some of the extraordinary Peace Day activities being carried out by organisations around the world. The event is also an opportunity to thank all of POD’s supporters, and make key announcements for the coming year. For more information and a preview, follow the link below.

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CINEMA FOR PEACE Special Evening on Africa, Sept. 19, 2010, New York

Following our successful "Special Evening on Justice" in Kampala in May, the CINEMA FOR PEACE Foundation will be hosting a "Special Evevening on Africa" on September 19, predating the very important UN MDG Summit in New York. The event will host a number of influential politician, such as His Excellency President Paul Kagame of Rwanda as key note speaker. Sir Bob Geldof will give the opening remarks. On this occasion, Naomi Campbell and Sharon Stone will also present the CINEMA FOR PEACE Award to two precious movies, that make an impact: "As we forgive" and "Themba". On this occasion, earlier on Sunday, we will also be screening these two eye-opening movies at the Tribeca Theatres: ‘THEMBA – A Boy Called Hope’ by Stefanie Sycholt fol­lows a young boy’s hopes and aspirations against all obsta­cles, including the HIV infection of his mother and himself. The film will be screened at the Tribeca Cinemas this Sunday at 1.00pm ‘As We Forgive’ by Laura Waters Hinson: Could you forgive a person who murdered your family? This is the question faced in ‘As We Forgive’, a documentary about Rwandan women coming face-to-face with the men who slaughtered their families. The film will be screened at the Tribeca Cinemas this Sunday at 3.00pm Both films have been honoured with the CINEMA FOR PEACE Award for their exemplary commitment to promote human ideals and values through the medium film.

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Bob Geldof at the Special Evening on Africa

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President Paul Kagame at the Special Evening on Africa

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Sarah Stone at the Special Evening on Africa

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World Premier of Bryan Single's "Children of War" on Oct. 12 at UN General Assembly Hall, NY

We are pleased and honored to announce the World Premiere Event of “Children Of War” to be screened within the historic and symbolic venue of the United Nations General Assembly Hall, New York City, on the date of October 12, 2010 at 7:00pm, in collaboration with CINEMA FOR PEACE.

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Ai Weiwei for Cinema for Peace

Ai Weiwei's Safe Passage installation with life-vests from Lesbos for Cinema for Peace.


Cinema for Peace 2016 - Charlize Theron congratulates BEASTS OF NO NATION