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Download the discussion guide for the documentary The Chances of the World Changing and use it for facilitating conversation about this film at home, in the classroom or at community screenings.

The Chances of the World Changing: Discussion Guide

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The Chances of the World Changing, a feature-length (82- minute) documentary, follows Richard Ogust over two years, chronicling the rewards and frustrations of being passionate about a cause. That Richard, as an activist, struggles to save not only hundreds of animals, but also his own life makes this film a rich outreach tool. Audiences will learn as much about activism itself as about the struggles to save an endangered species.

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The Chances of the World Changing

Premiere Date: July 17, 2007

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Filmmakers: Eric Daniel Metzgar, Nell Carden Grey Bio | Interview | Statement

Press: Critical Acclaim | Fact Sheet | Press Release | Press Release

Filmmakers

Eric Daniel Metzgar
Eric Daniel Metzgar
Nell Carden Grey
Nell Carden Grey
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Critical Acclaim

[An] eccentric and fascinating tale... Ultimately, in this film about an all-consuming obsession, we're gently reminded that change is possible if only someone tries.”

— Florangela Davila, Seattle Times

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