A film about inspiration, determination, and courage…and a Nobel Peace Prize winner’s pursuit of peace.

Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos won international praise for signing a peace agreement to end five decades of civil war that left some 260,000 people dead and 8 million displaced. His persistence transformed a country that was once the murder capital of the world into a global destination for investment and tourism. Port of Destiny tells the story of Santos' path to peace: As Defense Minister he waged war on FARC, a terrorist guerrilla movement; as President, he brokered peace—but paid a steep political price. Featuring interviews with former United States President Bill Clinton and former United Kingdom Prime Minister Tony Blair, the film draws on deep access to its Colombian subjects to tell the story of how this former military hawk risked his career and his legacy to bring peace to his people.



Book a screening

Port of Destiny: Peace is available for screenings and events in universities, boardrooms, institutions, schools, and beyond. Below you’ll find details on how to bring this extraordinary film to your community or organization.


Option 1: Host a Screening in Your Own Space


Single screening licenses are available and are priced according to the type of event and the size of the proposed screening. You provide the venue, the screen and audience, and we provide you with the film and digital marketing tools to make the screening a success. Click the button below to fill out the form and we will be in touch promptly.

Option 2: Host a Community Screening


Do you want to bring Port of Destiny: Peace to your university, conference, church, nonprofit, business or other non-theater venue of your choosing? Simply purchase a screening license through our educational partner Tugg and you’ll receive a DVD or digital streaming access to the film ahead of your screening.


There are two ways to move forward with your community screening license:






Check to see if there are any screenings near you. If not, feel free to fill out the form above and bring this film to your community or institution.


    • Harvard Kennedy School in Cambridge, MA on October 24, 2018
    • Latin American Centre at University of Oxford in Oxford, UK on November 13, 2018
    • Irish School of Ecumenics at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland on November 15, 2018
    • Colombia Screening in Bogota, Colombia on December 10, 2018
    • Georgetown University in Washington, DC on February 26, 2019
    • Tufts Fletcher School on April 22, 2019
    • Crosby Street Hotel in New York, NY on May 21, 2019

    • Calabasas Film Festival in Los Angeles on September 19, 2019
    • Council on Foreign Relations in Washington, DC on September 23, 2019
    • Rutgers University in New Jersey on September 24, 2019
    • U.S State Department in Washington, DC on November 26th
    • Tucson Film Festival in Tucson, Arizona date TBD




Nina Easton

Executive Producer, Port of Destiny: Peace & Sellers Easton Media Co-CEO

Nina Easton is a bestselling and award-winning author, magazine writer, and TV commentator, covering politics, the economy, and foreign affairs. Nina is currently chair of Fortune Most Powerful Women International and co-chair of the Fortune Global Forum —conceiving and casting high-profile live events, and conducting interviews with the some of the biggest names in global business and international affairs.

At the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), the prominent Washington D.C. foreign affairs think tank, Nina hosts the global affairs series of live events and iTunes podcast “Smart Women, Smart Power,” bringing world leaders and diplomats to the stage for insightful interviews. In 2012, she was a fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School, teaching and producing influential research on wealth in America. Over the course of a three-decade media career, Nina has interviewed top figures in politics (including Barack Obama, Condoleezza Rice, Christine Lagarde) and in business (ranging from prominent CEOs such as Meg Whitman to groundbreaking pioneers like Steve Wozniak).


Robert Abbott

Director, Port of Destiny: Peace

Robert Abbott is a six-time Emmy Award winning producer and director with 30+ years experience in the sports and entertainment industry. Abbott most recently directed Port of Destiny: Peace, a film on Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos, the winner of the 2016 Nobel Peace Prize. Prior to that he directed and narrated the ESPN 30 for 30 film, The Last Days of Knight and was executive producer on Catholics vs Convicts. Abbott spent 11 years at ESPN, from 2001-2012, and during that time was instrumental in creating E60 and Top 5 Reasons You Can't Blame. He also helped create and oversee the productions of Who's #1? and The Headlines for ESPN25, the network's 25th anniversary project. Prior to joining ESPN Abbott spent 14 years at CNN where he produced and directed the award-winning documentaries, Field of Screams, Battle of the Sexes and The Moses Project.


Abbott is a graduate of Florida State University and lives in Avon, CT with his wife Jennifer and their three sons.

Kelly Laferriere

Executive Producer, Port of Destiny: Peace & Senior Vice President, Sellers Easton Media

Kelly has spent over two decades in the media business, start at Disney's ABC Television Group, and rising to ESPN’s Programming and Production Senior Management team. Her focus included programming, contract negotiations, business strategy, and maximizing revenue-generating opportunities across the integrated platforms of the Walt Disney Company.


At SellersEaston, Kelly is charged with developing content strategy and new business. SellersEaston is a content creation company that produces premier quality storytelling content across various media—video, film, print, digital, live events—for CEOs and other leaders, companies, foundations, and families to showcase their progress and impact.


Kelly received her Bachelor of Arts from Georgetown University, majoring in Spanish.


President Santos speaks globally about his government's peace efforts, lessons in conflict resolution, and his commitment to protecting the world from war, terrorism, and environmental harm. To learn more click here.




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