International Press

Here we put together a list of different international press critiques and press reviews of POWER TO CHANGE – The EnergyRebellion.

 

Press reviews

Switzerland/Suisse/Svizzera

MOVIES CH, 20.10.2016

NATURSCHUTZ CH, 14.06.2016

Austria

LEBENSART, 10.11.2016

France

Le Monde, 10.01.2017

Futura Sciences, Jean-Luc Goudet, 10.01.2017

 

Press critiques

„POWER TO CHANGE encourages for a future with renewable energies.“ nationalgeographic.de

 

“A revelation – also for those who are deeply connected to the energy question.“ epd Film

 

The film is a source for reflection on future developments, providing a variety of opportunities for everyone in order to take action.” Süddeutsche Zeitung EXTRA

 

“Galvanising, in the best sense of Hollywood”  LeMonde – Noémie Luciani

 

“Outstanding images on shocking topics (…) More than a wake-up call. An essential catalogue of solutions. Absolutely worth seeing and being shared. Let´s revolutionize!” Unificationfrance.com

 

“Renewable energy in the hands of citizens […] an amazing documentary” Futura Sciences

 

It is amazing, how much technological input Fechner invests, how elaborately the film is staged and choreographed and how articulately computer-generated elements are incorporated. Stuttgarter Zeitung

 

“The film injects energy. […] Power to Change provides factual material and arguments that propose solutions and answers to opponents of the energy revolution.” consoGlobe

 

“Carl Fechner is a powerful advocate for the rapid implementation of this revolution.” ClaireEnFrance.fr – Georges Lévêque

 

“A film that puts an end to apocalyptic scenarios and theoretical discussions about the feasibility of transition: entertaining, amusing, fascinating and without moralising.” Enercoop Languedoc-Roussillon

 

“…considers the transition to renewable energies to be a factor of universal peace as shown by the Ukrainian example.” Sciences & Avenir – Loïc Chauveau

 

“In addition to being intelligible and didactic in its subject, Power To Change leaves well-trodden paths in offering new and exciting perspectives in documentary film that ballies with the idea of a pulsating techno-thriller.” First – François Rieux

 

“Optimistic Doc” StudioCiné Live – L.D.

 

“In line with Demain by Mélanie Laurent and Cyril Dion” Fiches de Cinéma – D.C.

 

 

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