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.
— gelert davies (@summerrainsmell) June 8, 2014
Many of the film’s team joined Amir for the screenings – executive producers Omid Djalili, Wael Kabbani, Pippa Harris, Taghi Amirani and ourselves from TPFF – along with Amir’s brother, sister and mother. It was a truly ‘We Are Many’ film family event. There are very encouraging discussions being held about the UK release for later this year and we’ll be sharing those plans as they develop. Meantime, enjoy some of the comments and images here…
The Huffington Post UK: ‘We Are Many’ Film Review – A Tireless Look At Events Leading To And From Stop The War March 2003 ★★★★★
The Star: Sheffield Doc/Fest Best of Fest
Grolsch Film Works: Sheffield Doc/Fest 2014: We Are Many ★★★★☆
#sheffdocfest We Are Many film by Amir Amirani got the first ever 10 mins standing ovation in Sheffield history. Go see it.
— Ruhi Hamid (@RuhHamid) June 8, 2014
Extremely long standing ovation following premiere of We Are Many. I think we have a hit. #sheffdocfest
— Mikey Smith (@mikeysmith) June 8, 2014
Incredible standing ovation for We Are Many. Totally deserved. Fantastically powerful, moving doc. See it when you can! #sheffdocfest
— Michael Prescott (@M_S_Prescott) June 8, 2014
— Alice Carder (@alicecarder) June 8, 2014
We Are Many @sheffdocfest is the mist moving film I’ve seen in years, I wept, many times and swelled with pride, too. See it on Monday!
— Still Loved (@StillLovedDoc) June 8, 2014