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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.
Director
Jerry ROTHWELL 제리 로스웰
Jerry 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.
Director Jerry ROTHWELL
Country UK, Netherlands
Year 2015
Running Time 109min
Genre Documentary
Screening Schedule
    2020.7.2 — 7.15