Grierson Award
30 November 2015

Met Film Production’s Award-Winning Doc, ‘How to Change the World’, premieres on Sky Atlantic.

By Cassio | Categorised in News, Student Stories, Cinema news
Met Film Production is celebrating the news that the award-winning Jerry Rothwell- directed documentary film, How to Change the World, which tells the story of the birth of Greenpeace through the eyes of some of its founders, is screening on Sky Atlantic this Thursday, 3rd December at 10pm– click here for more info.  With 5 of the 19 UK crew being Met graduates, it’s a great example of the integrated nature of Met Film School and the wider industry.  Find out more about the making of the film in this video.

Watch the trailer for the film here:

How to Change the World chronicles the adventures of an eclectic group of young pioneers – Canadian hippie journalists, photographers, musicians, scientists, and American draft dodgers – who set out to stop Richard Nixon’s atomic bomb tests in Amchitka, Alaska, and end up creating the worldwide green movement.  How To Change The World draws on interviews with the key players and hitherto unseen archive footage, which brings these extraordinary characters and their intense, sometimes eccentric and often dangerous world alive. Somehow the group transcended the contradictions of its members to undertake some of the most courageous and significant environmental protests in history.

We are proud to work in conjunction with sister companies Met Film Production and Met Post, both based within the Met campus on the Ealing Studios lot.

Met Film Production is an award winning independent production company making high quality, relevant and ambitious fiction and documentary feature films for theatrical release. Find out more by requesting a School prospectus.


 

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