With Minuscule, les mandibules du bout du monde (Miniscule: The Jaws at the End of the World), the sequel to La Vallée des Fourmis Perdues (The Valley of the Lost Ants), French directors Thomas Szabo and … Read more
Monthly Archives: October 2015
How far are we willing to go?
We will succeed
Hollywood star, politician and environmentalist Arnold Schwarzenegger launched the nonprofit environmental organization R20.The mission is to help sub-national governments around the world to develop low-carbon and climate resilient economic development projects.
What are the biggest obstacles and challenges to … Read more
Support for sustainable solutions
The French film funding institution Centre National du Cinéma (CNC) launched a new initiative in 2014 to support sustainable solutions that is gradually gaining recognition in the French Film / TV industry. The green grants are part of CNC’s program, … Read more
Economically as well as ecologically efficient
At French public broadcaster France Télévisions, going green is taken seriously. By 2020, the TV production group will cut 8% of its carbon emissions. Sophie Delorme, corporate responsibility and sustainability manager, gives an insight into the transition to sustainability.… Read more
A new way of thinking
The green Goddess
Catherine Puiseux, Ecoprod founder and CSR Director, TF1 Group, launched the first carbon audit of the audio-visual industry in France. In collaboration with Olivier-René Veillon, she founded Ecoprod, which provides tools for sustainable productions.
Thanks to the efforts … Read more
Climate messages from Italy
The Italian producer Pietro Reggiani presented the premiere of his awareness clip on climate change at the 10th Rome Film Festival. Produced by nine independent producers who are members of the Producers Guild of Italy, AGCPI, the video … Read more
Day4Climate Action on one day
With the initiative Film a #Day4Climate Action Film4Climate invites people from all over the world to document climate actions, solutions and conversations that are happening within 24 hours on 29 November 2015, one day before the UNFCCC 21st Conference of … Read more
Going green is a matter of survival
At the MIA Market in Rome, the Sardegna Film Commission, the Trentino Film Commission and the Torino-Piemonte Film Commission presented their approaches and concepts to green the productions in Italy. In order to define certain standards for sustainable film … Read more