Jerry Rothwell

Jerry Rothwell Director

Jerry Rothwell is a filmmaker whose work includes the award winning feature documentaries, How To Change The World, about the founders of Greenpeace (winner of Grierson Award 2017); Sour Grapes, about the biggest wine fraud in history, produced for Netflix and Arte; Town of Runners, about two girls in an Ethiopian village who aspire to be athletes; Donor Unknown, about a sperm donor and his many offspring; Heavy Load, about a group of people with learning disabilities who form a punk band, and Deep Water (co-directed with Louise Osmond), about Donald Crowhurst’s ill-fated voyage in the 1968 round the world yacht race. His latest film is The School in the Cloud, a film TED Prize winner Sugata Mitra and the future of education in a networked world. At MetFilm Production, he has also executive produced numerous feature documentaries.