The highly-anticipated film about the story of Robert Hunter and the birth of Greenpeace has premiered at Sundance Film Festival with a bang. Called “How to Change the World” hit the screen for the first time with standing ovations, great reviews in Variety and IndieWire and the prestigious Special Jury award for best editing. The film was a dream of Hunter’s for 30-odd years, to tell the story of how an “ordinary group of people did extraordinary things” in the face of adversity and helped to change the world. In many ways, this was his last “mind bomb” to the world!
Here’s an interview with the director, Jerry Rothwell: