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Children of Change

(Courtesy of Nitzan Levinson)

Children of Change is a short film about Joan, a 16-year-old, environmental activist Joan feels the pain of the decaying earth in her skinny and fragile body.

She escapes to the nearby burnt woods to commit a drastic plea of help to humanity while live-streaming herself on Instagram.

But her best friends Charlie, Maya, and boyfriend Oliver, along with the forest’s inhabitants, will save and teach Joan a better way to fight and survive without leaving the people and her beloved earth, rotting behind.

To help support Nitzan’s fight against climate change, visit childrenofchangefilm.com/story  or donate to their Go Fund Me!

Nitzan Levinson

Nitzan Levinson was born in Mexico City and spent half of her childhood between Mexico and Israel, where her father’s family is from. At the age of thirteen she moved to Los Angeles where she acted in films and TV and danced Ballet professionally. In 2018 she finished her film directing studies at the Universidad del Cine (FUC) in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She directed three short films, two of which have received awards at numerous film festivals. She has also worked as assistant director in feature films, storyboard artist, producer and production designer in short films and operas. Nitzan interned at the development department at Piano Production Company (The Square, Beach Rats, Knife + Heart…)in Mexico City in 2018. She currently attends the AFI Conservatory as a directing fellow and also assists casting director and producer Heidi Levitt (Parasite, The Artist, JFK...)

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