Since 2006, The We The Peoples Film Festival has captivated audiences from around the world by inspiring individuals with its astonishing films on human rights, international development, security and peace. The festival initiated the UK’s first peace-themed film season and has screened over 150 films, becoming the world’s first festival of films on international development by young directors.
The festival seeks to raise awareness about the UN’s Three Pillars of Freedom and the Millennium Goals as well as inspire new audiences to make a positive difference to people’s lives in the UK and across the world. The United Nations Association Westminster Branch is proud to sponsor such a great event.
The festival this year will run from the 7th to the 20th of November and screen a number of powerful films covering issues ranging from the Syrian crisis to the genocide in Rwanda. The opening night will be held at the prestigious Century Club on Shaftsbury Avenue and the subsequent screenings will be held at venues around Central London.
The trailer for the 2016 WTPFF
For full details about the Festival’s schedule and how to register, please visit here: http://www.wethepeoples.org.uk/programme_2016.html