Screened as part of TOAFF14
On 15.02.2003, millions of people, in over 800 cities across the world, marched against the impending invasion of Iraq, seen as a pretext for US and UK geo-political gain.
The largest mobilisation in human history, reported as a failure, is powerfully retold in this moving and dramatic film, illustrative of the movement as a tipping point for global social change, and a devastating critique of the state of democracy today.
With gripping contributions from a remarkable cast including Damon Albarn, Danny Glover, Noam Chomsky, Ken Loach, Tony Benn, Tariq Ali and Hans Blix, We Are Many is a vital record for vigilance against present and future wars.
This film was supported by the Bertha Film Fund.