After screening at the BFI London Film Festival and NZIFF, feature-length documentary Mothers of the Revolution is now in cinemas.
Directed by Briar March, and co-edited by DEGANZ board member Margot Francis, Simon Coldrick, Tim Woodhouse and John Gilbert, the film tells the story of the Greenham Common women’s peace camp in England, where one of the longest protests in history took place. Thousands of women from around the world stood against the siting of cruise missiles in Europe, contributing to the end of the Cold War.
Mothers of the Revolution features historical footage, interviews and recreations of events to tell this extraordinary and moving story.
Watch the trailer below and make sure to catch it in select cinemas.
Last updated on 3 February 2022