Nobel PeacePrize Laureate Betty Williams will take part in a panel discussion about peacewhen the second annual Global Peace Film Festival runs in Orlando, Florida,from Nov 19-24.

Paneldiscussions are one of the highlights of the festival, which includes 18 features,documentaries and shorts.

Titles includeMarkus Imhoof's 1981 Swiss drama The Boat Is Full, which explores Switzerland's neutralityduring the second world war, Tareque Masud's The Clay Bird about Bangladeshi independence, and AmerAlwan's Iraqi drama Zaman, The Man From The Reeds.

Established in2003 by executive director Nina Streich and programmer Prudence Hill based onan idea by festival founder Shaikh Abdul Taw'ala Ibn Ali Alishtari, thefestival's mission is to use the power of the moving image to further the goalof peace on earth.