Political Film Society Award for Peace

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The Political Film Society Award for Peace is awarded annually by the Political Film Society Award to a film that deals with the struggle for peace in both fictional and non-fictional stories. The award has been made by the Society since 1987. The number of films nominated depends on the number of movies that qualify, and has been as low as one and as high as fourteen.

The first recipient was Platoon in 1987. The award, as with any other Political Film Society Award, can go to a mainstream, independent or international film. The Political Film Society looks at a broad selection of movies before it nominates them.







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