PON Film Series

The PON Film Series is a forum for discussing negotiation theory and practice through the analysis of conflicts depicted in documentary or feature films. The Film Series also presents and honors filmmakers whose films increase our understanding of negotiation and conflict transformation.

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PON Film Series: Remember the Titans

PON Staff   •  04/22/2002   •  Filed in Events, PON Film Series

Presented by The Program on Negotiation and The Harvard Law School Black Law Students Association.

The new African-American coach (Academy Award-winner Denzel Washington) of the football team at a recently integrated and racially polarized high school wins the respect of his reluctant white assistant, forges a winning team from the originally bigoted and skeptical players, and … Read PON Film Series: Remember the Titans 

US Premiere of “Mediators of the Pacific”

PON Staff   •  02/22/2002   •  Filed in PON Film Series

There will be an introduction by the director, Charles Belmont, and Alain Pekar Lempereur, Professor at ESSEC and Lecturer on Law at Harvard Law School. After the film screening, join a discussion led by Former French Prime Minister Michel Rocard and Film Director Charles Belmont.

In 1988, violence erupted in New Caledonia, an island in the … Read US Premiere of “Mediators of the Pacific” 

Film Series Opens With Peace of Mind

PON Staff   •  10/21/2001   •  Filed in Events, PON Film Series

Peace of Mind: Coexistence through the Eyes of Palestinian and Israeli Teens is the title of the first film in a series on conflict resolution to air throughout this academic year. Sponsored by the Program on Negotiation and the Harvard Negotiation Law Review, the series will include films offering graphic insights into conflictual situations in … Read Film Series Opens With Peace of Mind 

Long Night’s Journey into Day

PON Staff   •  10/01/2001   •  Filed in Events, PON Film Series

The Program on Negotiation and the Harvard Negotiation Law Review continue their film series in conjunction with the Washington, D.C. organization, Search for Common Ground. The second film, Long Night’s Journey into Day, documents four cases before South Africa’s Truth and Reconciliation Committee (TRC).

By negotiating amnesty for truth, the TRC’s unprecedented approach promotes reconciliation and … Read Long Night’s Journey into Day 

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