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News, Screenings

Official Selection 2016 Longleaf Film Festival


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We have exciting news! Peace in Our Pockets is an Official Selection at the 2016 Longleaf Film Festival at the North Carolina Museum of History in Raleigh, NC. This fest puts a spotlight on made in NC films so we are especially happy to be screening with other great NC filmmakers and films. Peace in

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News, Screenings

Screening at FRESH DOCS Feb. 26th in Durham, NC


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We are excited to have our first screening in Durham, NC! The Southern Documentary Fund and the Center for Documentary Studies are pleased to present a free screening of Peace in Our Pockets Friday, Feb. 26th @ 7pm at the Full Frame Theater, American Tobacco Campus, 320 Blackwell St., Durham, NC.  The film is presented as part of the Fresh

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Documentary Filmmaking, Post Production News, Screenings

Official Selection – Global Peace Film Festival 2015


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      We were very excited to receive great news today – an invitation to screen at the Global Peace Film Festival   in Orlando, FL, Sept. 28-Oct.4. We look forward to sharing this inspiring Kenyan story and connecting with local organizations and other peacebuilders. From the festival website: The GPFF presents films from around

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Project Partners, Screenings

“Documentary Slum Tour” – Nairobi


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The following post comes from Willis Adika Adeya, Chairman of Kariobangi Mirror in Nairobi, Kenya.  Kariobangi Mirror  is a community based organization providing platforms for citizen journalists, artists, and activists a space to nurture and maximize their potentials and amplify their voices. Several months ago, filmmaker Kenny Dalsheimer contacted me about screening Peace in Our

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February Screenings


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We are excited to share about two screenings this month. Aweil, South Sudan Helena Puig Larrauri and Michaela Ledesma, co-organizers of Build Peace, reached out to us to bring the film to their good work in South Sudan. Helena wrote: The project in Aweil will introduce a group of people to participatory video as a means

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