New Generation In Action’s AFI World Peace Initiative, a not for profit 501c3 Non Government Organization which holds ECOSOC status at the United Nations, is scheduled to host the second annual “Karl Bardosh Cell Phone Cinema Humanitarian Award,” to take place during Marche du Film Cannes from June 22-26, 2020. 

 

The films will be a part of a feature length compilation entitled “Best of Humanitarian Cell Phone Cinema 2020” and made available through the company “line up,”  during Marché du Film through Greta Joanne Entertainment (boutique production, sales agency, VOD)  from June 22-26, 2020. “Best of Humanitarian Cell Phone Cinema 2020” are selected smart phone films from around the world and three films will be awarded the “Karl Bardosh Cell Phone Cinema Humanitarian award” named after Mobile Filmmaking pioneer, Professor Karl Bardosh.    

 

This is the second year the “Cell Phone Cinema Humanitarian Program” has been involved in the Marche du Film. Last year  “Best of Cell Phone Cinema” was listed in the company line-up (under AFI World Peace Initiative) and screenings took place at a VIP location during the “World Peace & Tolerance Royal Gala,” on May 22nd, 2019 followed by an awards presentation on May 23, 2019   “World Peace & Tolerance Brunch” 2019 at prestigious American Pavilion.   This was the first time humanitarian cell phones were screened during Festival de Cannes and had a presence in Marché du Film which also included a top tier acclaimed jury.  Due to “COVID-19”, Festival de Cannes was postponed, originally scheduled for May 12-23 of this year. However, Marche du Film will continue and this year will be a virtual event. 

 

The concept to add to the organization and facilitate a cell phone cinema and humanitarian award in 2019 was facilitated by Greta Joanne Entertainment’s and New Generation In Action’s AFI World Peace Initiative’s Founder award winning multi-media talent (HRH Princess) Angelique “Ademiposi” Monet, of Remo-Aquitaine, Anoko Royal House to honor Professor Karl Bardosh who is the pioneer of creating films on cell phone. 

 

“We are pleased Marche du Film will continue in the midst of trying times. I personally would like to thank Mr. Jerome Paillard and his staff for all their hard work. Seeing we have hosted screenings in the Marche du Film with “films of purpose” for nine years, it is essential to highlight and ensure innovative and futuristic approaches to filmmaking that is specific to ensuring the underserved and under-represented have a voice internationally within a major marketplace.  Certainly “COVID-19”  has shown an increasing demand for short content and consumer based platforms such as smart phone cinema. I am also excited to see a shift from long form content focal points within Marché du Film. The humanitarian cell phone cinema program was received well last year and we are proud of our submissions from all around the world, including our “COVID-19 Smart Stories.”  With a stellar jury, and innovative platform, I am confident we will continue to fulfill our United Nations mission of sustainable goals. It is also my priority to ensure the smart phone films within our line up will be seen globally by day end consumers,” stated award winning talent HRH Princess Angelique “Ademiposi” Monet.     

“The Coronavirus crisis sadly damaged film production around the World but also proved how indispensable Cell Phones are for human communication and even  as substitute Production Tools. You may shoot and edit with Cell Phones even when You are confined to Your home.

To express our unparalelled experience of being quarantined worldwide, we have selected “The Coronavirus as Personal Experience” as the Main Topic of our Humanitarian Cell Phone Cinema Awards this year for the Virtual Marche du Film.

Thanks to Princess Angelique Monet’s mission at Cannes for many years the tradition of  Humanitarian Films of Purpose will continue!” 

 

 

Friday we will hosting the Zoom awards ceremony live from Marche du Film Online at 2 pm and 7 pm UK time via zoom virtual conference. With a few words from the esteemed jury members. 

Humanitarian smart phone films and smart phone films highlighting “COVID – 19”  will have a voice during Marché du Film through a United Nations supported organization for the second year 

 

New Generation In Action’s AFI World Peace Initiative, a not for profit 501c3 Non Government Organization which holds ECOSOC status at the United Nations, is scheduled to host the second annual “Karl Bardosh Cell Phone Cinema Humanitarian Award,” to take place during Marche du Film Cannes from June 22-26, 2020. 

 

The films will be a part of a feature length compilation entitled “Best of Humanitarian Cell Phone Cinema 2020” and made available through the company “line up,”  during Marché du Film through Greta Joanne Entertainment (boutique production, sales agency, VOD)  from June 22-26, 2020. “Best of Humanitarian Cell Phone Cinema 2020” are selected smart phone films from around the world and three films will be awarded the “Karl Bardosh Cell Phone Cinema Humanitarian award” named after Mobile Filmmaking pioneer, Professor Karl Bardosh.    

 

This is the second year the “Cell Phone Cinema Humanitarian Program” has been involved in the Marche du Film. Last year  “Best of Cell Phone Cinema” was listed in the company line-up (under AFI World Peace Initiative) and screenings took place at a VIP location during the “World Peace & Tolerance Royal Gala,” on May 22nd, 2019 followed by an awards presentation on May 23, 2019   “World Peace & Tolerance Brunch” 2019 at prestigious American Pavilion.   This was the first time humanitarian cell phones were screened during Festival de Cannes and had a presence in Marché du Film which also included a top tier acclaimed jury.  Due to “COVID-19”, Festival de Cannes was postponed, originally scheduled for May 12-23 of this year. However, Marche du Film will continue and this year will be a virtual event. 

 

The concept to add to the organization and facilitate a cell phone cinema and humanitarian award in 2019 was facilitated by Greta Joanne Entertainment’s and New Generation In Action’s AFI World Peace Initiative’s Founder award winning multi-media talent (HRH Princess) Angelique “Ademiposi” Monet, of Remo-Aquitaine, Anoko Royal House to honor Professor Karl Bardosh who is the pioneer of creating films on cell phone. 

 

“We are pleased Marche du Film will continue in the midst of trying times. I personally would like to thank Mr. Jerome Paillard and his staff for all their hard work. Seeing we have hosted screenings in the Marche du Film with “films of purpose” for nine years, it is essential to highlight and ensure innovative and futuristic approaches to filmmaking that is specific to ensuring the underserved and under-represented have a voice internationally within a major marketplace.  Certainly “COVID-19”  has shown an increasing demand for short content and consumer based platforms such as smart phone cinema. I am also excited to see a shift from long form content focal points within Marché du Film. The humanitarian cell phone cinema program was received well last year and we are proud of our submissions from all around the world, including our “COVID-19 Smart Stories.”  With a stellar jury, and innovative platform, I am confident we will continue to fulfill our United Nations mission of sustainable goals. It is also my priority to ensure the smart phone films within our line up will be seen globally by day end consumers,” stated award winning talent HRH Princess Angelique “Ademiposi” Monet.    

 

This year the awards presentation will take place virtually on June 26, 2020 (Eastern Standard Time 12 p.m, BST 5:00 p.m., GMT 6:00 p.m., GMT 10:00 p.m. to coincide with the conclusion of Marché du Film. Filmmakers will receive laurels, an on-line certificate for “Official Selection,” inclusion in post press and the lucky winners will have their film screened in the virtual “World Peace & Tolerance Gala” scheduled for June 27th. 

 

“The Coronavirus crisis sadly damaged film production around the World but also proved how indispensable Cell Phones are for human communication and even  as substitute Production Tools. You may shoot and edit with Cell Phones even when You are confined to Your home.

To express our unparalelled experience of being quarantined worldwide, we have selected “The Coronavirus as Personal Experience” as the Main Topic of our Humanitarian Cell Phone Cinema Awards this year for the Virtual Marche du Film.

Thanks to Princess Angelique Monet’s mission at Cannes for many years the tradition of  Humanitarian Films of Purpose will continue!”

 

The jury line up includes  

 

President of Jury & Artistic Director 

Professor Karl Bardosh (Award winning filmmaker, Professor, Cell Phone Cinema Pioneer) United States of America, Hungary 

 

President of the Jury 

Lawrence David Foldes (Critically Acclaimed Director, serves on the Student Academy Executive Committee) United States of America 

 

Co-President 

Sandeep Marwah (Media, Film, and Pioneer of Cell Phone Cinema) India 

 

Jury Members 

 

Bruno Chatelin (Veteran expert in Film Communication and Festival Circuit, Filmfestivals.com co-founder, former head of Sony and Fox theatrical in France)  France 

Her Royal Highness Moradeun Adedoyin-Solarin (Television Personality, Nollywood Pioneer, Yoruba Princess, Pan-African Royal, Actress, Producer) United Kingdom, Nigeria

Peter Ferris (Award winning filmmaker, Ring of Peace Co-Founder, maverick entrepreneur in film,tv, the music industry, top 50 teacher in the Varkey Foundation’s Teachers prize) United Kingdom

 

Luba Balagova (President & Founder Sochi International Film Festival & Awards)  United Kingdom, Russia 

Gulrukh Khan (Award winning filmmaker, Writer, Holistic Specislist) United Kingdom  

Petra Terzi 🙁 Award winning filmmaker, Founder of Cultural International Festivals Cyprus & Greece Greece, USA cineartfestival.eu and Inspire-TV.com )

 

Dr. Zlatina Filipova (Award winning filmmaker & Arts Philanthropist)  Bulgaria

Yuan Yuan Chen (Executive, China-Hollywood co-production) China



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