Despite being just 17 years old, Sweden's Greta Thunberg has become one of the world's most recognisable and influential figures and now the environmental activist is the subject of a full-length documentary exclusive to Hulu. First screened at the Venice International Film Festival back in September, Nathan Grossman's new film comes to the small screen this week courtesy of the streaming service, so read on for our full guide to watching I Am Greta, no matter where in the world you are.
Release: 13 November 2020
Director: Nathan Grossman
Run time: 1h 42m
Stream now: Try Hulu for FREE for 1-month (opens in new tab)
Thunberg first came to worldwide prominence back in 2018, when the the 15-year-old delivered a scolding speech at the United Nations conference in Katowice, Poland to the assembled world leaders, scolding them or their inaction on climate change prevention.
Grossman's film follows the teenager over the course of 12 months that follow that event, documenting her path from the founder of the grassroots movement known as Fridays for Future (also called School Strike for Climate) to becoming a worldwide symbol for environmental activism that has inspired millions to join protests around the world.
Featuring never-before-seen footage, giving viewers an insight into Greta's home life, the film also addresses her Asperger’s syndrome condition and how it affects her life, relationships and campaigning. Follow our guide below as we explain how to watch I Am Greta online and stream the new Greta Thunberg documentary on Hulu right now.
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How to watch I Am Greta for FREE with Hulu in the US
I Am Greta will be available to stream exclusively in the US via Hulu (opens in new tab), with its release on the service scheduled for Friday, November 13.
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