Jerry Rothwell’s remarkable documentary examines how Greenpeace, the environmental activist network, was founded in Vancouver in the early Seventies. But it is not really about the environment at all. It is, in fact, a devastating illustration of how power corrupts.
No amount of whales saved from the harpoon can change that. Like Deep Water, Rothwell’s astonishing 2006 documentary about the doomed 1968 round-the-world yacht race, this is a tragic piece of film-making. FAQs What are my transport/parking options getting to the event? There are free parking spaces available from 4:30pm at Gipsy Lane and Headington Hill Hall car park on first come first serve basis. What can/can't I bring to the event? No food is allowed in the JHB Lecture Theatre,though we have 10% off vouchers for cafe central (Open until 8pm). These will be given at the door on arrival when you give us your ticket. There is a special Pre-theatre 2 course menu offer for £6.50 at the Roost – at the Lounge Restaurant inside the building. Click here to download a pdf of the map. The offer will be valid between 5pm and 7pm only on the evenings of our screenings. We recommend you to bring a copy of this ticket and handle it to us at your arrival. Thanks! For details, link here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/obu-documentary-club-how-to-change-the-world-tickets-19888554201