The story of the young climate activist’s life and time sparking an international movement will debut on Hulu next year
A new documentary tracing the life of 16-year-old climate change activist Greta Thunberg is set to debut on streaming service Hulu in the new year. With a working title of Greta, the documentary will follow Thunberg from her 2018 Stockholm school strike and chronicle through her rise to global prominence and document how she became a poster child for the environmental movement.
Thunberg, who was recently named TIME’s Person of the Year, has built a large following across the world since her rise to fame and was recently asked to ‘chill’ by her biggest fan, Donald Trump, who has become a prolific hater of the 16-year-old over the past year.
She responded by changing her Twitter bio: “A teenager working on her anger management problem. Currently chilling and watching a good old fashioned movie with a friend.”
Thunberg also sailed to New York in August on a zero-emission boat to attend the UN Climate Action Summit, one of the many UN meetings she’s attended recently.
The documentary is being directed by Swedish cinematographer Nathan Grossman and produced by Cecilia Nessen and Fredrik Heinig. According to IMDb, the documentary is currently in post-production.