- Orlando Bagwell (Moderator), Ford Foundation.
- Sheila Coronel, Stabile Center for Investigative Journalism at Columbia University.
- Maddy deLone, Executive Director, Innocence Project, Inc.
- Atty Ted Te, Free Legal Assistance Group (FLAG) Philippines
Give Up Tomorrow was invited by FIFDH Festival in Geneva (fifdh.org/) to be the centerpiece of an event on the World Day Against Death Penalty in October 2011. The film was followed by a panel debate with members of the International Commission Against the Death Penalty and the United Nations led by the former president of Switzerland Ruth Dreifuss.
Filmmakers Michael Collins and Marty Syjuco talk with the audience at Cinemalaya Film Festival after the premiere of Give Up Tomorrow in the Philippines. This is an excerpt from the post-screening discussion. A longer version is featured as an extra on the DVD released in the Philippines.
In Washington D.C., Brian Evans of Amnesty International Death Penalty Abolition Campaign speaks with co-producer Patty Kim and director Michael Collins after a screening of Give Up Tomorrow. Amnesty co-presented the film at the Reel Independent Film Extravaganza in October 2012 in recognition of the World Day Against Death Penalty.
Ríndete Mañana gana el Premio del Público en San Sebastián Festival de Cine y Derechos Humanos. Give Up Tomorrow wins the audience award at the San Sebastian Human Rights Film Festival. Paco Larrañaga was given a pass from prison for a few days so he could attend the screening and awards ceremony.
Hubert Webb is the last to speak after the Philippines premiere of Give Up Tomorrow at Cinemalaya Film Festival on July 22, 2012. "The best defense we have for injustice is making people aware of what's really happening..." On December 14, 2010, Webb was acquitted by the Supreme Court of all charges after fifteen years and four months of imprisonment upon finding that the prosecution failed to prove that the accused are guilty beyond reasonable doubt.