On February 15 2003, millions and millions of people, in over 800 cities across all seven continents, marched against the impending invasion of Iraq. It was the largest mobilization of people in human history and yet it remains an untold, little-known story.
"We Are Many" tells the story of that single day and explores its various meanings. It emphasizes the drama of many millions of everyday people fighting to stop a war, set against a small number of people working to start one. The film chronicles for the first time the rise of a new kind of movement, from those who built and participated in it, as well as those who opposed it. Support from the Cultures of Resistance Network went towards filming and production costs.