Power to Change
The Energy Rebellion
Official film description...
Germany faces the biggest structural reform since the beginning of the industrial age. POWER TO CHANGE – The EnergyRebellion is the cinematic experience and exploration of this millennium challenge.
This is the story of a quest – a search, in which questions are raised and answers found.
What does the energy turnaround mean for us?
What are the economic, ecological and social implications?
What are the challenges and risks?
What is at stake and what is the price?
The film will show the conflict over an energy revolution, which began as a grassroots movement and is being advanced through decentralized, regional players. It draws upon the personal stories of people who have taken the responsibility for their energy supply and the protection of their natural livelihood into their own hands. By weaving together people and places it aims to create an authentic record of our time. With a journalistic-analytical approach, supported by in-depth research, the film shows the daily struggle of activists, entrepreneurs, skeptics and critics in dealing with this energy revolution. It seeks to attract international media attention in order to project their struggle onto to the world stage.
It’s a film that aims to put an end to the doomsday scenarios and the cynical discussions over the feasibility of the energy revolution. It’s entertaining, exciting and fascinating, without succumbing to moralistic preaching. But it is irreconcilable where reconciliation is not possible.
“…exciting, moving film with strong audio-and visual work. Elaborate and reliable research which extends to a connection between the energy transition and the refugueesituation.” – Akzent Magazin 3/2016
“Fierce glance at alternative ideas, modernly produced.” TV Spielfilm
“Moving, surprising and informative.” Filmspleen.com
“We are able to follow the protagonists on an exciting journey on their individual fight for a new energy era.” Wissen.de
“The film is thought- provoking because it also offers a range of possibilities to act for everyone.” Süddeutsche Zeitung Extra
Power to change is reassuring and sparks courage for a future with renewable energies.“ nationalgeographic.de
Technical information and screening rights...
Director: Carl-A. Fechner
Lenght: 94 Min.
Screening Rights Germany: Fechner Media
Screening Rights Switzerland: MovieBiz Films
Planned: 28 Language