Panel Discussion: Sustainability in Series

At the panel discussion Sustainability in Series: Change is challenging
, producers, directors, production managers as well as film commissioners will share their experiences with green productions, discuss problems and solutions as a source of inspiration for filmmakers. Sustainable Film/ TV production starts with awareness and requires know-how, training, and tools. What are the biggest obstacles and how can they be solved? Is going green merely a burden for productions or can it also be a challenge that offers new opportunities? What practical solutions are there and what can be learned from neighboring countries? How is the process of going green received by a TV series? Can a production manager also take the responsibility for a sustainable production or is it better to hire an eco supervisor?

 

Maria Köpf, CEO Filmförderung Hamburg Schleswig-Holstein (FFHSH) and Prof Carl Bergengruen, CEO MFG Public Film Fund Baden-Württemberg, are welcoming the following speakers:

 

2.30 pm – Green production experiences in Germany (in German language)

Lars Jessen, Director (Fraktus, Am Tag als Bobby Ewing starb)

Marc Müller-Kaldenberg, Producer (Tatort Fünf Minuten Himmel)

Marcus Kreuz, Production Manager (Notruf Hafenkante)

Christiane Dopp, Film Commission Hamburg, Initiator of Green Shooting Card

 

3 pm – Green production experiences in Europe (in English language)

Dan Jackson, Production Manager of the world longest running TV series Coronation Street, UK

Nic Balthazar, Producer, Director (Ben X), Belgium

Joanna Gallardo, Ecoprod Adviser, The-Ile-de-France Film Commission, France

Nevina Satta, CEO Sardegna Film Commission, VP Italian Film Commissions, Italy

Charlotte Van Hassel, Producer (Black), Belgium

Alessandro Bonifazi, Producer (Sul Vulcano), Italy

 
The panel discussion will be moderated by Birgit Heidsiek, Publisher Green Film Shooting. The event takes place on February 13 from 2.30 to 4.00 pm
 at the Landesvertretung der Freien und Hansestadt Hamburg beim Bund,  
Jägerstraße 1 – 3, 10117 Berlin (one subway stop from Potsdamer Platz/ U2 – Mohrenstraße)
   RSVP before February 8, 2016 to dopp@ffhsh.de

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