#GETPeaceProject

The #GETPeaceProject

GET Peace is the acronym for a project to Get Earth Together.

We make films that make a difference, promote peace and tolerance, and inspire positive change.

The #GETPeaceProject is a United World Nation film category.  How about existing as a united one world nation where: we live together in peace and harmony and mutual respect as citizens of earth; nature is our mother; technology is our today and our future; information is public domain; knowledge and wisdom are our teachers; superior healthcare and education is a right; and individuals’ talents are treasures.

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COMING IN NOVEMBER 2018

The Secret Survivor - Veronica Phillips

“The Secret Survivor” is the eye witness account by 92 year old Veronica Phillips - Hungarian Jew, born 9 November 1926, Budapest. She lives in Johannesburg today.

After nearly 70 years of silence Veronica tells her story of surviving the Holocaust to film director, Johnathan Andrews. She remembers Budapest as teenager, waiting in line to get a Swiss letter of protection ...

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Attend A Screening Of The Film

The film premiere is planned for November 2018 and the film will be screened is selected Ster Kinekor Nouveau cinemas across South Africa.

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LATEST FILM RELEASE

The Story Of Lina Amato

We are proud to present the first documentary film which is released under the project about holocaust survivor, Lina Knator (Amato). Lina inspired the founding of the #GETPeaceProject.

Filmmaker, Johnathan Andrews, presents the true story of Lina Kantor (Amato), one of the few remaining survivors of the holocaust now residing in Cape Town, South Africa.

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Attend A Screening Of The Film

The film premiere took place on 27 January 2018 - it was an exclusive single event in collaboration with the Turkish Embassy in Pretoria and the Johannesburg International Mozart Festival.

Public screenings of the film will take place during July 2018 in Cape Town, Johannesburg, Durban and Pretoria for Rhodes Deportation Commemoration.

Screening is free to attend.

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