Clothes to Die For


Directed by Zara Hayes and Produced by Sarah Hamilton, Clothes to Die For describes the events surrounding the collapse of the Rana plaza building in Bangladesh in 2013, which killed 1,134 garment workers.

 At its heart are the stories of the workers in the building,  often young women making clothes for leading western brands. They recount their shocking stories of being buried in the rubble, but also explain how their jobs, despite pitiful pay and long hours, gave them much-wanted independence. 

One of those rare films that might genuinely help make a difference to thousands of lives' - The Times

Heartbreaking and sobering' - The Guardian 

Few (films on the garment industry) have been as powerful as tonight's documentary - The Daily Telegraph

Clothes to Die For, BBC: BBC One | Quicksilver Media