A group of people dressed in casual attire is gathered outdoors holding a banner that reads, "Women for Life on Earth Peace March '81". The banner features symbols of peace and the Earth. The setting is a sunny day with trees and open skies in the background.

Sew to Say

Thalia is an artist, banner-maker, and one of the original marchers and founders of a women-only peace camp against nuclear weapons. In this film, Thalia shares the untold story of the longest feminist protest in British history, and reflects on how collective action changed the lives of the women of Greenham Common and inspired several generations.

Virtual & Hybrid Passholder Pre-order is now open for this film in the Virtual Theatre. Individual Virtual Theatre ticket sales open January 17th.

About the Filmmaker

Rakel Aguirre (Pamplona / Iruñea, Spain, 1981) is a journalist and independent filmmaker. She graduated in Journalism at the University of the Basque Country and completed her visual arts training with a diploma in Documentary Filmmaking at the International Film & Television School of San Antonio de los Baños (EICTV) in Cuba.

In 2011, she directed her first documentary short film and in 2014 co-directed the short film The Lady of Percussion featured at festivals such as London Feminist Film Festival. Since then, she has been working on ‘Sew to Say’ her first feature documentary film.

Interested in history and feminism, her work aims to document the untold stories of those in the margins.

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ReFrame Film Festival


for “Detroit Will Breathe / Sew to Say”

20-minutes prior to Showtime:

At the Showplace Box Office

$15 or PWYC • limited to availability

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