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A new generation of change-makers using business to tackle some of the world’s biggest problems.
The film captures the journey of three compelling millennials as they start businesses to tackle social and environmental issues, including Poverty, Homelessness, and Environmental Pollution.
The New Breed is a hybrid documentary with no talking heads, no interviews, and no voice-overs. All dialogue comes from authentic meetings each entrepreneur has with their stakeholders around the world.
Short sketches throughout the film illuminate the global forces that have triggered this movement, tackling topics like colonialism, inequality and ‘the profit motive’ in simple, fun and easy-to-understand ways.
The project of The New Breed is worth watching and supporting: the film itself is a social enterprise, proceeds from the film will provide film equipment and training to young filmmakers from disadvantaged backgrounds around the world.
Duration: 1h 19m
Director: Pete Williams