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We Are Many

Indie feature documentary by Amir Amirani, field produced & directed in Australia by Amanda Hickey with cinematography by Philippe Charluet.

Antarctica. In an unprecedented action, seventy scientists working at McMurdo station downed tools and walked off the job. On the vast ice sheet they linked up like synchronized swimmers to make an enormous peace symbol. In Rome, 3000 extra buses and trains had been chartered to move the protestors, but rally organiser and union leader, Rafaella Bollini, was shocked to realise that this was not nearly enough. Across the Atlantic, Tim Goodrich, a US service officer fresh from Saudi Arabia and US intensive bombing of Iraq, prepared for a new mission. To get to New York and join the half a million Americans who would soon rally in near the United Nations to echo activist Danny Glover’s call to protest – “not in my name”.

 

Meanwhile in Australia, an environmentalist and an astronomer, armed with a bucket of red paint and giant rollers, looked around for the best site to paint their NO WAR slogan. For them, there was but one – The Sydney Opera House.

We Are Many available on iTunes
Worldwide distribution by Universal Pictures…

Link to official website

 

 

plus LIONHEARTS Profiles

Executive producer Associate Prof. Jake Lynch, produced & directed by Amanda Hickey, cinematography by Philippe Charluet

Short biographies and stories on significant Australian Peace Activists for the Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies (University of Sydney) as an educational resource.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Video Tabs above: ‘Swords of Peace’ micro-doc (4:20 min) + ‘We Are Many’ old teaser (6 min)

  • We Are Many movie poster
  • We Are Many DVD cover
  • Filming the Queenscliff peace protest
  • Street Sign
  • Workers remove anti-war graffiti from the Sydney Opera House in 2003. Photo: Rick Stevens
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