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Do we need rules to take responsibility? Shades of Green

Green Film Shooting and Filmförderung Hamburg Schleswig-Holstein invite you to a panel discussion during the Berlin Film Festival about sustainability in Film and TV production.

Sustainability is becoming an increasingly important issue in international Film/TV production. Glamorous green carpets are only one shade of it. Going green requires us to rethink routines and to break new ground in order to make an ecological impact. A lower carbon footprint indicates reduced energy consumption and it can be a real cost cutter. The key question: What does it take for productions to go green?

Is it enough to conduct training workshops on sustainable methods and measures? Does the Film/TV industry need green incentives? Will productions implement green best practices only if guidelines require their carbon footprint before they receive full funding?

Different approaches, models, and experiences used in various European countries will be discussed by the following experts:

  • Eva Hubert, Filmförderung Hamburg Schleswig-Holstein; Germany
  • Olivier-René Veillon, Ecoprod; France
  • Siebe Dumon, Flanders Audiovisual Fund; Belgium
  • Els Rientjes, Sustainability Manager, Netherlands Film Fund; Netherlands
  • Moderated by Birgit Heidsiek, Publisher / Green Film Shooting

February 7th 2015
2.30 - 4.00 pm                                                 
Landesvertretung Hamburg
Jägerstraße 1 - 3, 10117 Berlin


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