[Videolib] Videolib] Bibliography of Nobel Peace Prize Laureates

Dylan McGinty (dylan@frif.com)
Tue, 20 Sep 2005 16:43:23 -0400

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Dear Monique,

First Run/Icarus Films has several titles about, or that feature, Nobel
Peace Prize Laureates (click on titles for full description).

Shirin Ebadi
<http://frif.com/new2005/shir.html>Shirin Ebadi: A Simple Lawyer
In-depth introduction to Nobel Peace Prize winner in her Tehran office,
interwoven with speeches at international conferences and a visit to the
children's center she founded. Watch her Nobel Lecture from www.frif.com.

S.H. Tenzin Gyatso, XIV. Dalai Lama
<http://www.frif.com/new2005/mon.html>Monte Grande - what is life?
How do body and mind exist as an integrated whole? The eminent
neurobiologist Francisco Varela devoted his entire life to answering this
question. Featuring His Holiness Tenzin Gyatso the 14th Dalai Lama.

<http://www.frif.com/new2004/know.html>The Knowledge of Healing
The first feature documentary dealing extensively with Tibetan medicine.

Yitzhak Rabin
<http://frif.com/new2004/yitz.html>Slaves of the Sword: Yitzhak Rabin
Examines late Israeli general, statesman, and pioneer for peace in the
Middle East, who was assassinated in 1995 while implementing the doomed
Oslo peace accords.

Rigoberta Menchu
<http://frif.com/cat97/f-j/five_cen.html>Five Centuries Later
Featuring Guatemalan Indian Rigoberta Menchu, the 1992 Nobel Peace Prize
winner, FIVE CENTURIES LATER examines the current status of Central
American aboriginal civilizations, five hundred years after they were
"conquered" by European invaders.

Henry Kissinger
<http://www.frif.com/new2002/kiss.html>The Trials of
Henry<http://www.frif.com/new2002/kiss.html> Kissinger
Can a Nobel Peace Laureate also be a war criminal? Featuring previously
unseen footage, newly declassified U.S. government documents, and revealing
interviews with key insiders from Henry Kissinger's White House years, this
new film examines charges facing the former Secretary of State.

Tun Channareth (An activist and double amputee from Cambodia, accepted the
Nobel Peace Prize on December 10 1995 on behalf of the International
Campaign to Ban Landmines.)
<http://www.frif.com/new99/roadkamp.html>The Road from Kampuchea
The story Tun Channareth - Cambodian ex-soldier, landmine survivor and
co-recipient of the 1997 Nobel Peace Price for his work to ban landmines.

Nelson Mandela
<http://www.frif.com/cat97/k-o/opadaywp.html>A Day With the President
A full day - from 4.00am until 11.00pm - in the life of President Nelson
Mandela.

U.N. Peacekeeping Forces
<http://www.frif.com/cat97/a-e/blue_hel.html>Blue Helmets
"This fascinating production traces the history of international
peacekeeping from its roots in the League of Nations to its current
attempts to maintain peace in volatile regions of the world." - Booklist

Dylan M. McGinty
Director of Operations

First Run / Icarus Films, Inc.
32 Court Street, 21st Floor
Brooklyn NY 11201

Tel (718) 488 8900 / (800) 876 1710
Fax (718) 488 8642
Email dylan@frif.com
Web www.frif.com

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Dear Monique,

First Run/Icarus Films has several titles about, or that feature, Nobel Peace Prize Laureates (click on titles for full description).

Shirin Ebadi
Shirin Ebadi: A Simple Lawyer
In-depth introduction to Nobel Peace Prize winner in her Tehran office, interwoven with speeches at international conferences and a visit to the children's center she founded. Watch her Nobel Lecture from www.frif.com.


S.H. Tenzin Gyatso, XIV. Dalai Lama
Monte Grande - what is life?
How do body and mind exist as an integrated whole? The eminent neurobiologist Francisco Varela devoted his entire life to answering this question. Featuring His Holiness Tenzin Gyatso the 14th Dalai Lama.

The Knowledge of Healing
The first feature documentary dealing extensively with Tibetan medicine.


Yitzhak Rabin
Slaves of the Sword: Yitzhak Rabin
Examines late Israeli general, statesman, and pioneer for peace in the Middle East, who was assassinated in 1995 while implementing the doomed Oslo peace accords.


Rigoberta Menchu
Five Centuries Later
Featuring Guatemalan Indian Rigoberta Menchu, the 1992 Nobel Peace Prize winner, FIVE CENTURIES LATER examines the current status of Central American aboriginal civilizations, five hundred years after they were "conquered" by European invaders.


Henry Kissinger
The Trials of Henry Kissinger
Can a Nobel Peace Laureate also be a war criminal? Featuring previously unseen footage, newly declassified U.S. government documents, and revealing interviews with key insiders from Henry Kissinger's White House years, this new film examines charges facing the former Secretary of State.


Tun Channareth (An activist and double amputee from Cambodia, accepted the Nobel Peace Prize on December 10 1995 on behalf of the International Campaign to Ban Landmines.)
The Road from Kampuchea
The story Tun Channareth - Cambodian ex-soldier, landmine survivor and co-recipient of the 1997 Nobel Peace Price for his work to ban landmines.


Nelson Mandela
A Day With the President
A full day - from 4.00am until 11.00pm - in the life of President Nelson Mandela.


U.N. Peacekeeping Forces
Blue Helmets
"This fascinating production traces the history of international peacekeeping from its roots in the League of Nations to its current attempts to maintain peace in volatile regions of the world." - Booklist



Dylan M. McGinty
Director of Operations

First  Run  /  Icarus  Films, Inc.
32 Court Street, 21st Floor
Brooklyn NY 11201

Tel             (718) 488 8900 / (800) 876 1710 
Fax             (718) 488 8642                  
Email           dylan@frif.com
Web             www.frif.com

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