World Peace Day Film Celebration
Thu 01 Jan 1970
8 - 9.30pm
A Unique Global Film Project….
To celebrate World Peace Day Puny Gods & Films4peace will be showcasing a unique film experience exploring the subject of peace through the art of film. The event will showcase the visual interpretation of peace by 6 different artists: Rob Carter,Wilmer Wilson IV, Athi-Patra Ruga, Zanele Muholi, Anthony Goicolea, and Assume VividAstro Focus.
With over 140 partners, the films will be screened live at hundreds of cultural venues, from Human Rights Festivals to major museums and public spaces. The event is sponsored by PUMA and supported by Film4. Puny Gods is proud to be a partner of Films4peace and a firm supporter of the United Nations International Day of Ceasefire.
Suggested donation of £3. All money raised goes to UNICEF.
Puny Gods is a South-West based film festival. Our main purpose is to showcase the cutting edge works of award winning National and International film-makers.
Puny Gods Film Festival will showcase brand new films, docs, animations. Our objective is to première brand new works alongside film academies, scratch nights, talks, Q&As and panel discussions with audiences, critics and film-makers. We encourage established and amateur film-makers to submit their work and openly engage in discussion about their films with critics and the public. We support new technologies in the region and intend to inspire amateur film-makers to submit their works.
Our aim is to make Puny Gods into a promotional platform for film & documentary makers in the South-West. We want to bridge the gap between audiences, film-makers and critics and openly engage all three through talks, Q&As, scratch nights and a loose film academy.
By bringing film makers closer to their audiences we hope to increase public and commercial interest to the film making industry in the South-West.