EDUCATION

The Art of Un-War is available for educational streaming through New Day Films our exclusive distributor and through its partner Kanopy. 

Pricing on both platforms may be similar however Life of File streaming and PPR (Public Performance Rights) license are available only through New Day Films. Discount offers may be available through New Day films.

New Day Films is a unique, filmmaker-run distribution company, providing award-winning films to educators, community groups, government agencies, public libraries and businesses since 1971. ​Democratically run by more than 140 filmmaker members, New Day delivers hundreds of titles that illuminate, challenge and inspire.

Purchasing your stream directly through New Day Films supports the filmmakers and the cooperative. As independent filmmakers, New Day relies on your support to keep producing great documentaries and making them available to the public.  

Combine your screening with a filmmaker Q&A / Discussion.  Maria Niro is available to participate either in person or virtually through Zoom. Use the
Screening/Event Request Form or send us an email with your inquiry.

License The Art of Un-War for Education

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"I use The Art of Un-War in my class “The Power of Nonviolence for Social Change.” I heartedly recommend this film for the important issues it raises and the fruitful discussions it provokes, both in the classroom and in society. It is an inspirational and timely film. 

 

Douglas P. Fry, Anthropologist, Professor, and Chair, Department of Peace and Conflict Studies. The University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Author of “Beyond War: The Human Potential for Peace"
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

SCREENING The Art of Un-War

Invite the Filmmaker

Invite Artist and Filmmaker Maria Niro to your school, conference, organization, company, or discussion group for a screening of her new film “The Art of Un-War.” Maria has spoken at numerous events including museums, festivals, universities, and non-profit organizations. Previous engagements include Harvard Art Museums, National Gallery of Art, RISD Museum of Art, the Desmond Tutu Peace Lab, Queens Museum, Global Peace Film Festival, Sebastopol Documentary Film Festival, The International Festival of Films on Art, and many more. If you are interested in having her speak at your event, please complete the  Screening/Event Request Form

Booking Screening Events 

The Art of Un-War is available for both virtual and in-person screening events. You can bring this important film to your campus, theater, conference, organization, or community venue. When paired with a Q&A or panel discussion, the event can offer a unique opportunity for you to engage with your members or community. You can use the screening for fundraising, advocacy, or public education. If you’re interested in organizing a screening event please contact us for more information. Be sure to indicate if you'd like the filmmaker to be present.