A Call to Spy 123 mins

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A gripping historical drama inspired by true stories, A Call to Spy  follows three unsung female WWII heroes who put their lives on the line to fight for freedom.

At the beginning of WWII, with Britain becoming desperate, Churchill orders his new spy agency -- the Special Operations Executive (SOE) -- to recruit and train women as spies. Their daunting mission: conduct sabotage and build a resistance. SOE’s “spymistress,” Vera Atkins (Stana Katic), recruits two unusual candidates: Virginia Hall (Sarah Megan Thomas), an ambitious American with a wooden leg, and Noor Inayat Khan (Radhika Atpe), a Muslim pacifist. Together, these women help to undermine the Nazi regime in France, leaving an unmistakable legacy in their wake.

This is the untold story about the personal sacrifice of courageous individuals who put their lives on the line to fight for freedom.

"I have never experienced a spontaneous standing ovation at one of our screenings as we did at the end of A Call to Spy; The outpouring of appreciative emotion was unprecedented. It went on to win our Audience Award with numbers that we have not seen since La La Land in 2016. It beat out The Irishman with 97% of the votes.
Paul Gratton, Whistler Film Festival Program Director.

WINNER: Best Female-Directed Narrative Feature, Audience Award, Whistler Film Festival 2019 

WINNER: ADL Stand Up Award, Santa Barbara International Film Festival 2020 

"An important, compelling story that had to be told."  Film Threat