Directed by Joseph Campo
Nations of Peace breaks down, from the perspective of peace experts in these countries, what peace is, why it is important, what the benefits of peace are, future concerns for peace, and what actions we can take now to avoid future potential conflicts. The top five countries on the list are some of the wealthiest and most advanced countries in the world.
The programme delves into the governmental systems of these countries: examining the levels of representation, transparency, education, taxes, welfare, human rights, and trust in the government. Succinct examinations of each country’s path to peace shows how each of these countries have evolved from violence, distrust, and poverty to peace, transparency and prosperity.
THE FILMMAKER: Joseph Campo began his film career in Los Angeles at Nomad Editing Company, a commercial post-production facility in Santa Monica. In his three years as an assistant at Nomad, he developed his skills as an editor, and shortly thereafter, began producing his own work. Joseph’s credits include co-editing the feature film That Fall, which premiered at Dances With Films festival in Los Angeles. He directed, co-produced, and co-edited the feature comedy The Art of Kissing, which won Best Oklahoma Film at Traildance Film Festival and appeared at this year’s International Family Film Festival and the California Independent Film Festival, to name a few.