External interview with We Are Many’s Amir Amirani

LONDON - FEBRUARY 15:  Thousands of people gather in Hyde Park after finishing an antiwar protest march February 15, 2003 in London, England. The march is believed to be the UK's biggest ever peace protest. Massive demonstrations are taking place in Europe, North America and Australia today against a possible U.S.-led war on Iraq.    (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images)

LONDON – FEBRUARY 15: Thousands of people gather in Hyde Park after finishing an antiwar protest march February 15, 2003 in London, England. The march is believed to be the UK’s biggest ever peace protest. Massive demonstrations are taking place in Europe, North America and Australia today against a possible U.S.-led war on Iraq. (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images)


A couple of days back I posted about how I am currently helping to cover the Cambridge Film festival and posted an interview regarding Rogosin’s legacy of work. Today I would just like to draw you attention to the chat that Amir Amirani and I had about his new documentary film We Are Many. This look at the anti-war march in 2003 and the legacy which it has left behind is doing extremely well on the festival circuit so far and it looks set to get a cinematic release soon. So if you’re interested then take a quick look via the link below!: http://www.takeonecff.com/2014/interview-amir-amirani-many

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