The War on Terror Film Festival is a month-long, public virtual event featuring 20 award-winning films made over the last 20 years that document abuses, highlight crimes, and satirize absurdities of the “war on terror.
Each screening is accompanied by a live discussion with filmmakers, actors, scholars, survivors, and resistors who reflect on the challenges of living through the policies of the so-called “war on terror.”
This particular panel discussion is for the film, We Are Many.
The panel is hosted by WOTFF co-organizer, author, and activist Frank Barat, and includes Amir Amirani, who wrote and directed the film, as well as other key members of the film and protests such as Anas Al-Tikriti, Colleen Kelly, Sami Al-Arian, and Phyllis Bennis, who directs the New Internationalism Project at the Institute for Policy Studies.
Watch the discussion below: