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Peace One Day Filmography
PEACE ONE DAY pt. ONE THE DAY AFTER PEACE
PEACE ONE DAY pt. THREE PEACE ONE DAY THE JOURNEY

 

Our first two films Peace One Day and The Day After Peace have played worldwide to millions of people. The Day After Peace is produced in association with the BBC and Passion Pictures. Peace One Day Part Three (produced by Jeremy Gilley and Jude Law) was first broadcast in 2010 on BBC World, with a reach of 306 million households in over 200 countries.

WATCH ONLINE

If you only have time to watch one of the three films mentioned above, we recommend The Day After Peace, which you can watch for free, online here.

THE DAY AFTER PEACE

This is the second award-winning documentary film from Jeremy Gilley, which follows his work towards a globally observed day of ceasefire and non-violence. But even after the member states of the UN unanimously adopt Peace Day, the struggle isn’t over. As the years pass, there’s not a single ceasefire. The voices of the cynics are growing louder – and now Gilley’s non-profit organisation, Peace One Day, is in dire financial straits. But he can’t let it fail. The film’s breathtaking conclusion finds Gilley joined by Jude Law in Afghanistan attempting to spearhead a massive vaccination against polio on Peace Day. Will peace prevail? Will lives be saved? Or were the cynics right? This film is a moving testament to the power of the individual and the perseverance of the human spirit.

PAST SCREENINGS

We’re so happy that The Day After Peace has been licensed for broadcast in 96 countries, with further special screenings in many corners of the world.View past screenings here.

Did you know that Peace One Day also makes films for other people? Find out more about Peace One Day Productions here.

THE DAY AFTER PEACE AWARDS

2008

Cannes

61st Festival of Cannes
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Official Selection - Australia
Human Rights Arts and Film Festival
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Official Selection - Sao Paolo
International Film Festival
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Official Selection - Zagreb
Film Festival
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WINNER
Cinèma Vérité Award

Paris and Geneva

WINNER
Best Documentary Award
Zimbabwe International Film Festival
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Official Selection - Thessaloniki
International Film Festival
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Official Selection - Stockholm
International Film Festival
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Official Selection - Seville
Film Festival
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Official Selection - Beirut
Né à Beryrouth
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Official Selection - Kathmandu
International Mountain Film Festival
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Official Selection - Nigeria
Abuja International Film Festival

Official Selection - Warsaw
Film Festival
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Official Selection - South Africa
The Continents Film Festival
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Official Selection
BritDoc Film Festival

2009

WINNER
Most Inspirational Movie of the Year
Cinema for Peace