9th Annual Vancouver International Film Festival 4 Peace
 



SATURDAY DECEMBER 17TH   
SUNDAY DECEMBER 18TH   
10am - 9pm

FREE!

BRITANNIA COMMUNITY CENTRE  AUDITORIUM 
1661 Napier Street at Commercial Drive 
Vancouver, BC, Canada
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With Special Guest:
World-renowned Documentary Filmmaker
SAUL LANDAU


Participate in a very special element of this years program:

"Making a Documentary Film:
A Master Class with Saul Landau"

This seminar will provide an exciting perspective from the esteemed filmmaker and showcase some of his memorable works.

SATURDAY ~ 5pm

Saul Landau is Professor Emeritus at California State University, Pomona, and a senior fellow at the Institute for Policy Studies at the Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism. He has produced more than 40 films on social, political and historical issues, and worldwide human rights, throughout his career. Throughout his career, he has been the recipient of the Letelier-Moffitt Human Rights Award, the George Polk Award for Investigative Reporting, and the First Amendment Award, as well as an Emmy for “Paul Jacobs and the Nuclear Gang.” Professor Landau’s most recent film, ‘Will the Real Terrorist Please Stand Up?’ was screened at this year’s Vancouver International Film Festival.



2011 Film Fest 4 Peace!
The Vancouver International Film Festival 4 Peace will be coming to Lower Mainland audiences for the 9th consecutive year. The film festival promotes peace through a unique collection of documentary and feature films. This annual festival brings the reality of war and occupation to the big screen, and brings to light the struggle for self determination and social justice being fought by hundreds of millions of people around the world. Year after year, the festival features films which span the world; from Latin America to Africa, from the Middle East to Asia, and from Europe to here in North America. Audiences will be taken back in time through historical classics, and will be some of the first to see new premieres.



This year we are pleased to host Saul Landau for the special workshop “Making a Documentary Film: A Master Class with Saul Landau” which will provide an extraordinary perspective from the esteemed filmmaker and will showcase some of his memorable works. Saul Landau is an internationally renowned documentary filmmaker, scholar, author, and commentator, as well as a Professor Emeritus at California State University, Pomona, and a Senior Fellow at the Institute for Policy Studies at the Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism. Saul Landau has produced more than 40 films on social, political and historical issues, and worldwide human rights.



Embark on a journey through Tahrir Square in Egypt and Tunis in Tunisia, Gaza City in Palestine and Kandahar in Afghanistan, Tripoli in Libya and Pearl Square in Bahrain, occupied Guantanamo Bay and Havana in Cuba, Kent State in the US and Attawapiskat Reservation in Canada, all from your seat at the Film Festival 4 Peace.


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El 9 anual FESTIVAL DE CINE POR LA PAZ
internacional de Vancouver

“¡La Guerra y la Paz!”

SÁBADO el 17 de diciembre
DOMINGO el 18 de diciembre
de 10 am a 9 pm

BRITANNIA COMMUNITY CENTRE AUDITORIUM
1661 Napier Street (esq. con Commercial Drive)
Vancouver (Canadá)

¡GRATIS!


Con la clase especial...
HACER UN DOCUMENTAL:
UNA CLASE AVANZADA CON SAUL LANDAU"

mundialmente renombrado director de documentales, de San Francisco,
director invitado del Festival de Cine Internacional de Vancouver (VIFF)

SÁBADO el 17 de diciembre 
a las 5 pm

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El Festival de Cine Internacional por la Paz de Vancouver cautivará al público el noveno año seguido. El festival promueve la paz a través de una colección única de documentales y películas. Dicho festival trae la realidad de la guerra y la ocupación a la pantalla grande y da a conocer cómo cientos de millones de personas por todas partes del mundo luchan por la autodeterminación y la justicia social. Año tras año, el festival destaca películas que provienen de todas partes del mundo, desde América Latina hasta África, desde el Medio Oriente a Asia y desde Europa hasta aquí, América del Norte. El público será llevado al pasado a través de los clásicos históricos y se encontrará entre los primeros de ver los nuevos estrenos.



Este año nos complace presentar a Saul Landau en el taller especial “Hacer un documental: una clase avanzada con Saul Landau”, que ofrecerá una perspectiva emocionante del director estimado y destacará algunas de sus obras memorables. Saul Landau es un director de documentales renombrado mundialmente, estudioso, autor y comentarista, así como Profesor Emérito de California State University de Pomona y miembro superior de número del Instituto de los Estudios de la Política de la Escuela Superior de Periodismo de Berkeley. Saul Landau ha producido más de 40 documentales que tratan de asuntos sociales, políticos e históricos y los derechos humanos por todas partes del mundo.



Emprende un viaje por la plaza Tahrir en Egipto y Túnez en Túnez, la ciudad de Gaza en Palestina y Kandahar en Afganistán, Trípoli en Libia y la plaza Perla en Bahrein, la bahía de Guantánamo y la Habana en Cuba y Kent State en EE.UU. y el reserva de Attawapiskat en Canadá, todos desde tu asiento en el Festival de Cine por la Paz.


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