BBC and PBS have stepped up to a previously announced BBC Studios documentary series about climate change star Greta Thunberg.
The two will co-produce a three-part series Greta Thunberg: A Year to Change the World (Work title), which follows the 18-year-old activist on her Crusade for Climate and houses a group of experts who put the science behind her mission.
Filming for the series began in August 2019, when Thunberg was only 16 years old, with cameras running as she visited unusual locations around the world to see the impact of the climate crisis. Producers also photographed her at her home in Sweden as Covid-19 has swept the world.
Greta Thunberg: A Year to Change the World Produced by BBC Studios in association with B-Reel Films. The executive producer is Rob Liddel, while BBC Studios distributes the series internationally.
This is not the first time that Thunberg has allowed cameras into her life. It was the topic of Hulu I am Greta, Which was directed by Nathan Grossman and premiered last year. B-Reel Films was behind this movie as well.
The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) announced that it had boarded the plane Greta Thunberg: A Year to Change the World As part of a batch of new documentaries. These include All3Media-owned Raw Movies maximum speed Presenter Buddy McGuinness and his wife Christine as they reconcile with their three children who have been diagnosed with autism. The candid documentary works entitled Our family and autism.
Elsewhere, historian David Olusoga will celebrate the migrant workforce that has been the backbone of the UK’s National Health Service in NHS International. It is made by his production company Uplands Television.