"We would love to hear from your network and members about their stories, memories and anecdotes of that day.
"This film, entitled 'We Are Many' ( http://www.wearemanytv/) will tell the story of the global protests against the Iraq War on February 15, 2003, when tens of millions of people in hundreds of cities around the world protested against the impending war on Iraq. Whilst the protest didn’t stop the war, we will show that unexpected and surprising consequences flowed from that day, including connections to the Arab Revolutions and the subsequent Indignados and Occupy Movements.
"This monumental protest is an amazing story that has not been told, and organisations like yours were what made this unprecedented feat a reality.
"The film is still in progress. Your support will give a great lift to the whole project. Would you kindly consider joining the Academy Award winning director Oliver Stone and the respected politician Tony Benn in helping us raise awareness of the film and publicise our current campaign with your members?
"Here is a brief video of Tony Benn's appeal:
"'The global protest against the Iraq War on 15 February 2003 was a pivotal moment in recent history, the consequences of which have gone unreported. Amir Amirani's We Are Many chronicles the struggle to shift power from the old establishment to the new superpower that is global public opinion, through the prism of one historic day. I urge you to support this film in whatever way you can.' --- Oliver Stone
"This film cannot be completed without the involvement of fellow protesters. We are looking for memories of people who marched and protested on 15 February, 2003, and we will select and interview some of them for possible inclusion in the film. It would be of tremendous help if you can publicise this appeal to your members.
"Thank you very much, and I am looking forward to hearing from you.
"Amir Amirani and the We Are Many Team"
wearemanyfilm [at] gmail.com