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The Art of Un-War is available for educational streaming for classrooms through New Day Films our exclusive educational distributor. Please note that a PPR license (Public Performance Rights) is available only through the filmmaker.

Combine your screening with a filmmaker Q&A / Discussion. Maria Niro is available to participate either in person or virtually through Zoom. Depending on his schedule, Krzysztof Wodiczko may be available for special university wide screenings and special events. Use the Screening/Event Request Form or contact us with your inquiry.

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The Art of Un-War has screened in many universities for in -class screenings or for university wide screening events with the artist and filmmaker present.

Invite the Filmmaker and the artist

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 with the filmmaker and artist, the event can offer a unique opportunity for you to engage with your audience and discuss important issues. You can use the screening for fundraising, advocacy, or public education. If you’re interested in organizing a screening event please use the Screening/Event Request Form or contact us for more information. Be sure to indicate if you'd like the filmmaker and artist to be present.

The Art of Un-War has screened in many universities, museums and organizations. Previous engagements with Q&A discussions with the artist and the filmmaker include Harvard Art Museums, National Gallery of Art, MIT ACT, the Desmond Tutu Peace Lab at Butler University, Notre Dame, Queens Museum, Global Peace Film Festival, Sebastopol Documentary Film Festival, The International Festival of Films on Art, Artecinema, and many more.

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