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02 February, 2018

El hombre que construía la paz captura la vida y el legado de paz de un hombre del que quizás nunca hayas oído hablar, y que cambió el mundo. Después de una experiencia personal de transformación, Frank Buchman se propuso transmitir esa experiencia al mundo y ayudó a dar forma al curso de la historia. Fue un pensador y líder revolucionario cuyos esfuerzos por construir la confianza, la reconciliación y la paz influyeron enormemente en el siglo XX. Su visión y legado son una respuesta poderosa a la creciente desconfianza, injusticia y extremismo que enfrenta el mundo de hoy.

02 February, 2018

The Man Who Built Peace captures the life and peace-making legacy of a man you may never have heard of – and who changed the world. Following a personal experience of transformation, Frank Buchman set out to pass on that experience to the world and helped shape the course of history. He was a revolutionary thinker and leader whose trust-building, reconciliation and peace efforts greatly influenced the 20th century. His vision and legacy are a powerful answer to the growing mistrust, injustice and extremism facing the world today.

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Más allá del perdón (Beyond Forgiving) es un documental de 28 minutos que plasma el viaje en que se adentran un hombre y una mujer sudafricanos con el objetivo de traer reconciliación y cura a su país tras los daños causados durante el periodo de segregación racial conocido como el apartheid. Ginn Fourie y Letlapa Mphalele forman un dúo insólito: él, de raza negra y ateo, y ella, de raza blanca y cristiana. Cada uno ha sufrido consecuencias directas de las acciones llevadas a cabo por el otro, pero ambos han sido víctimas, y también ambos han sido capaces de salir adelante a pesar de su dolor. Aquello que los une es una profunda historia de tragedia, perdón y esperanza.

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Beyond Forgiving est un film documentaire de 28 mn qui raconte l’histoire véridique de deux Sud-Africains ayant pour but de travailler à la réconciliation et à la guérison des blessures de leur pays après l’apartheid. Ginn Fourie et Lethlapa Mphalele constituent un duo improbable : une blanche chrétienne et un noir athée. L’une a souffert directement de l’action de l’autre, mais tous deux ont été des victimes – et ils ont su dépasser leur souffrance. Ce qui les unit c’est leur passé émouvant traversé de tragédie, de pardon et d’espoir.

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Beyond Forgiving is a 28 minute documentary film which depicts the journey of two South Africans to bring healing and reconciliation to their country post-Apartheid. Ginn Fourie and Letlapa Mphalele form an unlikely pair: a black atheist man and a white Christian woman. One has suffered directly from actions of the other, but both have been victims - and risen beyond their pain. What brings them together is a profound story of tragedy, forgiveness and hope.

Wilberforce and the anti-slavery campaigners in England

At the end of the eighteenth century, a small group of men and women from diverse walks of life are drawn together by a common aim: to change public opinion in England and cause Parliament to end the African slave trade. There is an admiral, a play-write, an ex-slave, a Cambridge graduate, a former slaver captain and William Wilberforce himself—playboy and closest friend of Prime Minister Pitt.

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This film is a unique profile of Madame Irène Laure, a member of the French Resistance who, in the rubble of post-war Europe, discovered forgiveness to be a force stronger than hatred. 'I longed for the total destruction of Germany,' she recalls, 'that it would no longer exist... [but] hatred, whatever the reason for it, is always a factor in causing a new war.' Irène Laure travelled to Germany shortly after the end of hostilities and spoke of her experience of forgiveness to thousands of people.

Is He My Brother? DVD

This film is about two Kenyans - one black, one white. Stanley Kinga was in the Mau Mau, a secret society formed to liberate the country from British colonial rule. Alan Knight, a farmer, was commandant of a prison camp during the Mau Mau uprising. They both found themselves in situations where their consciences were deeply troubled. As the film unfolds, Knight and Kinga share their experiences of forgiveness. They demonstrate that it is possible 'to love thine enemy',and for enemies to become friends.