International Peace & Film Festival
Event :January 22 – 25, 2020Date News :30/08/2019

The 2020 International Peace & Film Festival combines the excitement of film with an art exhibit, fashion expo, guest speakers and cultural exchange to promote peace through art. IPFF will be held in Orlando Florida and will include an award ceremony at the festival conclusion. Plans also include outings and mixers for attending filmmakers, artists and volunteers. Take a look at the last festival: Video for the 2018 Festival: View 2018 Winners Trailer: Festival Magazine: Festival Channel: About the Fashion Expo: Known as "Izuminka" the Euro fashion show features a runway exhibit of national costumes and collections from local designers, stylists and models. Video of Izuminka in 2014: What to expect if your film is selected: - Selection announcements via press release with film details on Media - Screenings in a modern theater. - Mixers and receptions for attending filmmakers and VIP guests. - Off-site adventures in the surrounding Orlando tourism districts. - Awards ceremony + International Costume Fashion Show - An art exhibition where art is in progress, as well as completed works - Guest speakers with expertise in world interest topics (Ecology, Health, Art, Science) - 100% Non-Political environment. The synergy in the peace and film events will be unlike any other festival as it brings creativity and art together with a purpose for all humankind. **No waivers or sponsorship are available** Films are selected based on their fit with the festival theme of peace and creativity. Free admission is possible during the early bird phase only. 90% of our films are admitted during this time. Notice: If your film contains excessive violence, harsh language or frequent nudity, please reconsider if this is right the festival for your work. We're a family show where children may be in the audience. All transactions are final without refund. Exceptions can be made, at the judge's discretion regarding the length of films or their content. The decision of the judges is final and not open to negotiation or appeal. Read before submitting! We endeavor but do not guarantee to watch all films in entirety. If a film gets flagged for violence, endangerment to children or animals, excessive nudity, harsh language or crude subject matter, it will be disqualified from the competition without refund. We also with to allow equal opportunity for all film makers, and will disqualify participants who submit excessive works, or works of poor or unfinished quality.

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