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50 JAHRE GREENPEACE

The NGO Greenpeace is famous for its spectacular campaigns and polarizing protests against whaling oil companies and car manufacturers. Greenpeace was founded 50 years ago on September 15, 1971, in Vancouver, Canada. At that time, a group of environmentally-minded hippies launched a risky attempt to prevent American nuclear testing in Alaska. The documentary examines how the original eco-troop became a transnational, influential and financially well-positioned organization.

Director: Sebastian Bellwinkel

TV author/director and producer Sebastian Bellwinkel, born 1973, lives and works in Hamburg. His focus lies on socio-critical and investigative reports and documentations.
While studying political sciences and philosophy he worked as a freelancer for WDR radio and Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. Having completed an internship with NDR in 2001 he initially worked as author and live reporter (home affairs/judiciary, cultural affairs) for the NDR daily news magazine ‘Hamburg Journal’. Since 2006 he has authored and directed numerous documentations and reports for ARD and NDR.
Between May 2013 and December 2015 he was editor for NDR cultural affairs and documentations.
His NDR production “45 min – Sex Object Child” was nominated for the prestigious 2010 Grimme Award

Germany
2021
52 Min.
English
SUB: German
6
Director: Sebastian Bellwinkel
Script: Sebastian Bellwinkel
Cinematography: Dennis Wienecke
Editing: Silke Olthoff
Music:
Narrator: Christine Hegeler
Editor: NDR/ ARTE
Producer: Vincent productions
Website URL: https://vincent-tv.com/