Mothers of The Revolution is an all new feature documentary which tells the story of the extraordinary women behind the Greenham Common Peace Camp.
If you’re asking what are The Women of The Revolution, or what is The Greenham Peace Camp, well…we have answers. The story kicks off on September 5th, 1981, when a group of women came together to change the world. These women marched from Wales to Berkshire to protest over nuclear weapons being kept at RAF Greenham Common. The Greenham Common Women’s Peace Camp that followed, challenged world leaders, altering the course of history and went on to inspire millions as the world’s first and biggest female-only demonstration, preceded only by the suffragettes. The documentary is narrated by Glenda Jackson and featuring interviews with key participants including Julie Christie and Rebecca Johnson, alongside archive footage from the Greenham Common Women’s Peace Camp, Mothers of the Revolution takes you through one of the longest protests in history, when between 1981 and 2000, thousands of women from around the world came together at Greenham Common to take a committed stand against nuclear proliferation. Leave it to women, to help end the Cold War.