In the 1960s, thousands of American GIs rebelled against the Vietnam War, changing the course of U.S. history and society. No film has ever told their story… until now.

A Benefit for Iraq Vets Against the War

Special Preview Screening of the film
“Sir! No Sir!”

Film • Music • Spoken Word • Community

Aimee Allison • Army Conscientious Objector

Pablo Paredes • Iraq War Resister

David Zeiger • Director of the Film

Veterans Featured in the Film

Thursday April 6th at 7:00pm
Grand Lake Theater

3200 Grand Avenue in Oakland
(Closest BART: MacArthur or 19th Street Station)

Advance tickets $8, $10 at the door
For Tickets call 415-255-7296 x244

Presented in partnership with:
Veterans for Peace, Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors,
Global Exchange, Not Your Soldier,Leave My Child Alone,
Not in Our Name, Ruckus Society, Art in Action, Codepink,
Courage to Resist

World Premiere: One Week Only!
April 7-13th

If You Ever Wanted to Stop a War…

Watch the Trailer Now!

Red Vic Movie House
1727 Haight St in San Francisco


Many Red Vic screenings of Sir, Nor Sir are accompanied by special guests
and discussion with: vets in the film (Fri/Sat/Sun), director David Zeiger
(Fri/Sat) and groups like Peace Chapter 69, Not In Our Name,
Courage to Resist, Central Committee for Consciencious Objectors (CCCO),
and Not Your Soldier.


Saturday April 8, Sunday April 9 at 5:30pm

One hour interactive workshop exploring how GI resistance and other forms
of people power strategy can stop the current war and occupation in Iraq.
Led by popular theatre educator Levana Saxson, anti-war and global justice
organizer/educator Scott Parkin, and Viet Nam Veteran and peace
organizer/educator Michael Wong–featured in the film.

Also showing April 7-13 at:
Grand Lake Theater
3200 Grand Avenue in Oakland

Audience Award for Best Documentary at the Los Angeles Film Festival &
Best Documentary Award at the Hamptons International Film Festival

San Jose Mercury and LA Times Review

“Bolstered by proud memories of Vietnam vets who turned against the war,
Sir! No Sir! rings with an exultant, even elated tone.”