This inspiring journey portrays how Chile works to create a sustainable future, through the stories of Chilean men and women who confront climate change with innovative projects and concrete solutions that can help not just Chile, but the world.
In the same week the IPPC released its latest assessment report, Alter Agency hosted an influential audience of British and Chilean environmental filmmakers, activists, influencers, and dignitaries at the Everyman, King’s Cross Cinema for the exclusive London premiere of ‘I am The Earth. Stories from the Southern Edge of the World’. Key guests included, The Embassy of Chile, Greenpeace Ocean Ambassador, DIRT Founder and supermodel Arizona Muse, Sky News, The BBC, parliament Enviromental representatives, The British Library and many more.
The screening was then followed with a special roundtable Q & A chaired by award-winning Climate Justice Activist Dominique Palmer with lead protagonists from the film including Cristián Sjögren, Co-founder and CEO of AgroUrbana, Osvaldo Ulloa, Director of the Millennium Institute of Oceanography and Susana Herrera, the Chilean Ambassador to the UK.
Alter Agency also supported the premiere with a high-tier environmental press roll out. This secured the documentary, protagonist profile features and news stories on Chile’s position in the fight against climate change in over 11 media outlets including IFL Science, The Green Business Journal, My Green Pod and more.
You can check out ‘I am The Earth, Stories from the Southern Edge of the World’ on Amazon Prime UK.