Nathan Grossman

Director

Director of “I Am Greta”

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Having started 2018 as an unknown Swedish teen, Greta Thunberg quickly built a global following based on her school strikes about governments’ inaction on climate change.

‘I Am Greta’ looks at the young woman behind the revival in climate change activism

Having started 2018 as an unknown Swedish teen, Greta Thunberg quickly built a global following based on her school strikes about governments’ inaction on climate change.

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