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Featured Film – Clothes to Dies For


Clothes To Die For is a documentary about the worst industrial disaster of the 21st century – the collapse of the Rana Plaza building in Bangladesh. The disaster killed more than 1100 people, and injured and maimed 2,400. The eight-story building housed factories that were making clothes for western brands. The documentary is based around a series of compelling interviews, alongside archive footage, giving a voice to those directly affected, and highlighting the greed and corruption at its source. Providing insight into the growth of the Bangladesh garment industry, the documentary focuses on the lives of the women workers that lived through this terrible tragedy.


Directed by Zara Hayes and produced by Sarah Hamilton, the film was commissioned by the BBC as part of the international current affairs programming ‘This World’.

Website: http://www.clothestodieforfilm.com/