Greta Thunberg in Venice: “The film bears my name but the climate is a crisis that affects everyone”

Greta Thunberg intervened in connection via Zoom from her school to the presentation of Nathan Grossman’s documentary Out of Competition at the 77th Venice Film Festival | Courier TV
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«I would like to be a kind of bridge so that people can understand more about climate change. It is not about me: the film tells, through an individual, a story that is not individual ». Greta Thunberg intervened in connection via Zoom from her school to the presentation Out of competition at the 77th Venice Film Festival of Nathan Grossman’s documentary `Greta´. In August 2018, a fifteen-year-old Swedish student goes on a climate strike. Within a few months, her ‘Fridays for future’ are transformed into a global movement and she into a world-renowned activist. Grossman followed her from her very first day on strike. “At first he followed me silently, he was behind me and filming me, then the movement expanded beyond the prediction and became something more,” Greta explained, “the film shouldn’t have been too focused on me »,« we want to make it clear that it does not concern just one person ».

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