"It might be the only song to change the world."
- Prof. Robin D.G. Kelley, University of Southern California
"A beautiful documentary that shows the part music plays in social change."
- The Michigan Observer
"Incredible archival footage. Pete Seeger brings to this emotional story of tragedy, revolution and betrayal a wonderful and laid back touch." - The Spectator (Raleigh-Durham)
"This wonderful documentary brilliantly recreates the history, memory, and meanings of a song that has shaped the imagination and practice of internationalism for over a century. Exceptionally compelling!" - Radical History Review
"Striking! Absorbing history." - Michigan Daily
"A tour de force. It tells us something important about the history of the twentieth century as it was lived by millions of committed, enthusiastic, idealistic men and women. It also tells us something about the suffering inflicted in the name of that vision. It is a truly moving film." - Political Communication Journal
Read director Peter Miller's blog on The Huffington Post.
- Short Film: Toscanini: Hymn of the Nations
- A Brief History of “The Internationale”
- Director Biography
- Photo Gallery
Running Time: 30 minutes + 31 min. bonus film
Color: Color & B/W