P2P Productions

P2P Productions, in United States and Canada, founded by award-winning film maker and photographer Wayne Schoenfeld, use media to celebrate the best of humanity and to empower people and help them realize their own potential while creating positive change in the world. P2P focus is to bring attention to social and humanitarian causes by producing documentary, films, books and exhibition all over the world.

The first brick in the foundation of P2P Productions was laid in 2003 with the publication of "Almost Perfect", Wayne Schoenfeld's photojournal of a volunteer medical team in Vietnam.  Awarded Most Life Changing Book by an Independent Publisher, this was the first in a collection of almost twenty books and movies that tell the story of everyday people, all over the world, struggling against the challenges of poverty, corrupt governments, the ravages of both natural disasters and war to make the world a better place .

In more than a decade, P2P Productions has won many awards and recognitions and been responsible for assisting NGO's and charitable causes in getting their stories out and raising significant money and patronage to do more.  In 2014 P2P Productions won Best Feature Documentary (Movie version "Liberia: Emerging from the Shadows?" Los Angeles Cinema Festival), Honorable Mention at the Southern California Book Fair (Book version "Liberia: Emerging from the Shadows?) and Second Place HUMAN RIGHTS documentary film "Mujeres" filmed in one of the murder capitals of the world, Guatemala).

US (Main address)
3940 Laurel Canyon Blvd #1365
Studio City, CA 91604

Canada (Alternative address)
5445 Av. de Gaspé #405 Montreal, QC
Canada, H2T 3B2

Recognition and Awards

Best Feature Documentary - Los Angeles Cinema Festival, California US, October 2014

Award of Excellence - Accolade Competition - California, US, March 2012

Award of Excellence - Best Short Film Competition - California, US, December 2011

Award of Merit - Best Short Film Competition - California, US, December 2011

Official Selection and Award of Excellence - Indie Fest - Los Angeles, US, November 2011

Official Selection - Trailer Festival - Los Angeles, US, October 2011

Official Selection - Addis International Film Festival - Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, June 2011

Official Selection and Series Award - My Hero International Short Film Festival - Los Angeles, US, October 2010

Worldwide Broadcasting during the International Peace Day - Peaceday TV - September 21st, 2010

Official Selection in the Art and Resistance category for the Grand Prix and the Audience Award - 5th Montreal Human Rights Film Festival - Montreal, Canada, March 9th and 21st 2010

Official Selection - Boston International Film Festival - Boston, US, 2009

Honorable Mention - 57th Columbus International Film Festival - Columbus, US, 2009

Award of Excellence - Insight Awards - US, 2009

Supported by IDA

Founded in 1982, the International Documentary Association (IDA) is a non-profit organisation that promotes nonfiction filmmakers, and is dedicated to increasing public awareness for the documentary genre. IDA supports P2P and producers all over the world by sponsoring productions via its charity organism's status.