We Are Many is a feature length documentary that tells the story of the biggest protest in history, and reveals its unreported legacy.
On 15 February 2003, over 15 million people marched against the war on Iraq, in over 800 cities around the world.
The film is now completed, and we need your help to prepare for the national and international release of the film. The funds are needed to cover the costs of releasing the film in cinemas, staffing and of course publicity and marketing.
The film has had an amazing response since its world festival premiere (see quotes below). See the trailer here:
We have teamed up with the charity WAR ON WANT so that all donations given through JustGiving by UK taxpayers will attract Gift Aid and be worth an extra 25 per cent at no cost to you. Please dig deep and donate now.
You can also donate any amount via JustTextGiving: For example, simply text IRAQ77 £15 to 70070 with your mobile phone.
With your help, we can we can present, to the world, this inspiring story of how a handful of peace activists created a global movement on a completely unprecedented scale, and how that movement left an unexpected impact on the social and political landscape.
In a series of captivating interviews with prominent figures from both the political pro-war circles and the anti-war community, the road to war and the historic protest and the subsequent war is compellingly recounted.
Filmed in seven countries and featuring rare and previously unseen footage, this star-studded film charts the birth and rise of the people power movements sweeping the world, linking the amazing stories from February 2003 with today's events, including the Arab Spring.
“It is a powerful and at times moving tribute to organised dissent and the power of the people… It is admirably watchable and provocative… Amirani is to be congratulated for this passionate and provocative film.” Screen Daily / International
“An all star cast of artists, activists and politicians remember the mass global protests against the Iraq War in this polished documentary.” Hollywood Reporter