The JP2 Inter-Faith Film Festival is an annual interfaith event modeled after the late John Paul II's invitation to promote Love, Truth, Unity, and Human Dignity through the use of film and art. The festival features filmmakers from around the world in an effort to enrich the mainstream film industry with works that open inter-religious dialogue, inspire discussions of current social issues, and highlight the beauty of our humanity.
Watch our 2015 Official Selections Trailer for a preview of the films we screened at our 5th-annual JP2IFF from October 8 -17, 2015.
The front view of our "ticket-sized" postcards for our 2015 event. This image features our venue's logo (Cinepolis) and the MDC logo in appreciation of our Community Grant from the Department of Cultural Affairs.
The back view of our "ticket-sized" postcards for our 2015 event.
Our 2015 JP2IFF Reel Rose Award Winners in the feature film category. The winning productions came to us from Iran, China, and different parts of the U.S.
Our 2015 JP2IFF Reel Rose Award Winners in the short film category. The winning productions came to us from Spain, England, and different parts of the U.S, including one local student film from Miami, Florida.
JP2 Inter-Faith Film Festival
Our organization works year-round to develop and organize the JP2 Inter-Faith Film Festival. This 10-day celebration of unique, independent films, screens up to 35 feature & short-length films from around the globe. The JP2IFF provides a platform for filmmakers with stories that feature themes dealing with social issues, faith, human dignity, and love-- all while providing the community an opportunity to watch films that will inspire them to reflect on their own lives and the world around them.
Mrs. Laura P. Alvarado Brennan
Mr. Frank William Brennan
Mr. Rafael Anrrich
Mr. Thomas Mazzeo
Mrs. Montserrat Henault
Mrs. Pat Clarke
Laura A. Brennan
Frank William Brennan
Co-Founder/Director of Film Coordination and Technology
Director of Hospitality
Social Media Director
Ana Margarita Jones
This organization's financial statements were independently submitted and have not been verified by The Miami Foundation.