Peacemakers at the Ritzy

Written by on January 22, 2014 in Film - 4 Comments

Jeremy Gilley right, with Prem Rawat

A documentary called Peacemaker comes to the Ritzy next month, screening the discussion between two well-known supporters of world peace.

The film shows peacemakers Jeremy Gilley and Prem Rawat approaching subject from their own perspectives. Gilley’s efforts focused on a global ceasefire and the awareness of International Peace Day, Rawat’s focused on the individual need for personal peace.

Both men coincided in Barcelona last year for a few hours, the broadcast which followed was watched by 23 million people world-wide on National Peace Day 2013.

The one-off screening will take place February 18, with the film introduced by guest speaker Mel Larson, founder of “Little Big Peace” in Streatham followed by a Q&A hosted by Paul Bloomfield, co-producer of the documentary.

To buy tickets, click here or here.

See below for Jeremy Gilley talking about his organisation Peace One Day:

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  2. Veronica January 30, 2014 at 3:33 pm ·

    Peace making seems a very sensible thing to support ! Hope some local politicians go along. We could do with more peace making than war mongering, whether its within families or between countries ! Harmony allows for growth and prosperity for everyone not just a few.

  3. Helena January 29, 2014 at 3:04 pm ·

    I have watched this film and I love it. Especially aa it is such fun when it could be seen as a serious topic

  4. Wallee Mc Donnell January 23, 2014 at 8:47 pm ·

    This looks really interesting

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