- Global Peace Film Festival
- When: September 17–21
- Where: various venues throughout Orlando
- General admission
- Ticket values include all fees.
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- for one-day general admission on a weekday: September 17, 18, or 19 (up to value)
- $25 for one-day general admission on the weekend: September 20 or 21 (up to $50 value)
- $49 for admission to all films, panels, and parties, September 17–21 (up to $99 value)
- Casablanca Calling: A documentarian’s visit to Morocco uncovers women working as Morchidat—or official Muslim leaders—who strive to forge a better future for young girls by encouraging education and eradicating early marriage.
- Cesar’s Last Fast: never-before-seen footage follows Chavez’s 1988 “Fast for Life,” a period of 36 days when the activist consumed only water because growers, despite his efforts, continued to spray pesticides on farm workers
- Every Three Seconds: Daniel Karslake, director of For the Bible Tells Me So, helms this documentary about a child, a college student, a 30-something, and two senior citizens who each decide to help fight hunger and poverty.
- From The Cabin to the Forest: A Portal Into the Timeless Wisdom of Archie Carr: footage of the otherworldly Ocala National Forest, and a discussion of the ecological values that govern it
Global Peace Film Festival
The Global Peace Film Festival celebrates and furthers messages of peace and environmentalism with 40 films screened at venues across Orlando. Documentaries, narrative full lengths, and short films from around the globe spare cinephiles from direct sunlight while filmmakers, special guests, and local activists educate attendees about the power of the medium in special panel discussions. The peace it champions as a whole goes beyond anti-war, often touching on a more personal well-being that's reflected in the lives of individuals and communities.