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Documentary Feature | Sweden | 2020 | Swedish/English | 97 minutes

Back in 2018, 15-year-old Greta Thunberg organized a one-person protest for climate action by setting up camp in front of the Swedish Parliament building with a simple sign: “School Strike for Climate.” Just one year later, she finds herself at the forefront of a global movement borne of her activism, invited to speak at high-profile institutions across the world, from European Parliament to the 2019 UN Climate Summit in New York. Showcasing candid, never-before-seen footage, Nathan Grossman’s documentary tracks both her meteoric rise to prominence from a shy student to a two-time Nobel Peace Prize nominee, and the indelible impact she has had on a new generation of climate change activists.

Available in the Virtual Cinema:
October 9 (10am ET) through October 14

This film has a 48hr watch window. Once you click play, you will have 48 hours to complete the film.

Note: This film may be viewed from anywhere in the United States.

With generous support from FOND Group.