Poppies for Peace, Films for Freedom


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A thought provoking film reflecting on the 100th anniversary of the ‘War To End All Wars’.

The film asks the question: “Has their sacrifice been betrayed by our failure to end war?”,

and is a tribute to:

Harry Patch (1898 – 2009: last surviving soldier of WW1)

Tony Benn (1925 – 2014: the great politician of Peace)

The Red Poppy is a widely recognised symbol associated with the Armed Forces, honouring the sacrifice of soldiers on Remembrance Day.

The White Poppy, though less well known, seeks to compliment the Red Poppy as a symbol of Peace, honouring the tragic sacrifice of all life lost in war.

PLEASE NOTE: FILM CONTAINS ARCHIVE FOOTAGE OF WW1 & STILLS TAKEN FROM SUBSEQUENT WARS Unticketed/ donation

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