Back in 2006, Davis Guggenheim and former Vice President Al Gore created the documentary An Inconvenient Truth. Largely consisting of Gore standing on a stage giving a lecture, the film opened many eyes to the dangers of global warming and the impact that we are having on our environment. The message was a simple one: if we don’t take action now, our Earth will die.

Now, in that spirit, documentarian Brian Hill has created Climate of Change, a film that covers four continents examining individuals who are both taking personal action as well as educating people about how they live a greener lifestyle. From the various locations, to finding the interview subjects, the scope of the film is nothing short of astonishing, and, fortunately for me, Hill was willing to sit down and tell me about his experience working on it.

From the documentary’s inception to the recruiting of Tilda Swinton as the narrator, watch my interview with Brian Hill below.



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