How to Change the World
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|Synopsis||In 1971, a group of friends sail into a nuclear test zone and their protest captures the world’s imagination, giving birth to Greenpeace and defining the modern green movement. Media savvy from the beginning, these pioneers captured their seat-of- their pants activist adventures on 16mm film. This insightful film is a vibrant, moving reflection on the struggle to balance the political and the personal.|
Jerry ROTHWELL 제리 로스웰Jerry ROTHWELL is a documentary filmmaker whose work includes the award winning feature films: How to Change the World, about the founders of Greenpeace; Town of Runners, about two girls in an Ethiopian village who aspire to be athletes; Donor Unknown, about a sperm donor and his many offspring; Heavy Load, about a group of people with learning disabilities who form a punk band, and Deep Water (co-directed with Louise OSMOND), about Donald CROWHURST's ill-fated voyage in the 1968 round the world yacht race. His latest film is Sour Grapes (co-directed with Reuben ATLAS), a film about a wine counterfeiter. At Met Film Production, he has exec-produced and worked as an editor on numerous feature docs including Dylan WILLIAMS’ Men Who Swim and Sarah GAVRON's The Village at The End of The World.