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Published on Jul 27, 2013

"Acting Together on the World Stage" - A Trailer for the Documentary

The feature documentary "Acting Together on the World Stage" highlights courageous and creative artists and peacebuilders working in conflict regions, describes exemplary peacebuilding performances and offers tools for the creative transformation of violence. The performances in the film illustrate that theatrical works and ritual are effective resources for non-violent resistance to injustice, for the rehumanization of former enemies and for acknowledgement, remembering and healing in the aftermath of mass violence.

"Acting Together on the World Stage" grows out of a seven-year initiative of Theatre Without Borders, Brandeis University and filmmaker Allison Lund. The film includes vivid firsthand accounts of traditional and nontraditional performances in Argentina, Serbia, Uganda, Peru, the United States (New Orleans), Australia and Cambodia. Stories are told by artists, conflict resolution practitioners, and scholars who work directly with communities struggling to make sense of their past, heal their present wounds, and build a common future.

The film aims to inform and inspire socially engaged artists, cultural workers, peacebuilding scholar/practitioners, human rights activists, development workers, students of peace studies and of theatre, and whoever wishes to better understand violent conflict and the power of the arts to engender social change.

The film comes with a companion DVD toolkit that includes expanded interviews and performances, as well as additional stories, discussions, and analysis. The toolkit also includes PDF documents with discussion questions and guidelines for planning, minimizing risks of harm, and assessment.

Order your copy now!: http://recastinc.org/documentary/

Learn more about the "Acting Together" documentary and the "Acting Together" Project: www.ActingTogether.org

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