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ON FEBRUARY 15, 2003 OVER 15 MILLION PEOPLE MARCHED AGAINST THE WAR IN IRAQ, IN OVER 800 CITIES AROUND THE WORLD. SEE MORE 

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The Observer: Stars invoke the spirit of 2003 Iraq war demo in new film

The Observer: Stars invoke the spirit of 2003 Iraq war demo in new film

The Observer: Stars invoke the spirit of 2003 Iraq war demo in new film

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Film Premiere at Doc/Fest

The reception for Amir’s film about the world’s largest protest – the anti-Iraq invasion protests of 2003 – took the UK’s leading documentary festival by storm! To sell out audiences at Doc/Fest in Sheffield, the film received a standing ovation; much feedback on twitter and some brilliant reviews. Many of…

Film Premiere at Doc/Fest

Sheffield Film Festival 2014

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Sheffield Film Festival 2014

REVIEWS

 

“Anyone doubting the value of protest should watch this film, for proof that the ripples of political pebbles can spread wide, and far beyond any immediate effects”
★★★★★
Huffington Post UK

 

“Amirani’s journalistically trained eye for a story, and his appreciation of the wider Middle East’s response to the protest, makes this a vital act of remembrance and insight.”
★★★★☆
Grolsch Film Works

 

“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

 

“An all star cast of artists, activists and politicians remember the mass global protests against the Iraq War in this polished documentary.”
Hollywood Reporter

 

“A decade in the making and what Amir Amirani has produced is well worth the wait.”
9/10
The Cult Den