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'Granny Power' documentary about the Raging Grannies finished at last
by Tobi Elliott
The feature-length documentary GRANNY POWER, a rollicking feel-good film about the Raging Grannies - hip older women who use song and satire to protest injustice, demonstrate against war, and promote peace - is finally finished. Along with the Montreal Raging Grannies, we are hosting a pre-release screening on June 26th in Montreal, to coincide with the Grannies bi-annual Unconvention. Our Indiegogo campaign to pre-sell the documentary and help us raise the needed funds to release the film theatrically kicks off June 16th - July 30. The film features many powerful activists from Arizona to New York, Vermont to San Francisco, as well as the original anti-nuke activists who established the Raging Grannies 26 years ago, some of the 18 Grandmothers arrested for trying to enlist for the Iraq war in New York in 2006, and present-day Raging Grannies who continue to fly the flag of human rights and dignity for all.
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