She’s become one of the most famous teenagers on the planet since her Fridays For Future climate strikes went worldwide. And now Greta Thunberg has hit the big screen in a new documentary film, I Am Greta, which recently premiered at the Venice International Film Festival.
The film – directed by Nathan Grossman – follows Greta and her journey from Swedish schoolgirl to global climate activist. Here, the 17-year-old opens up about being the subject of the film and why it’s important to help spread the word about climate change …
Was it difficult to decide to have a movie made about you and to allow yourself to be filmed for so long?
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October 26, 2020