The German media company Pantaflix AG that is producing and distributing films and series, is going to implement a comprehensive sustainability strategy in all departments. To radically reduce the company’s ecological footprint, internal corporate structures and work processes will be reviewed in respect of their sustainability and undergo thorough reorganization and optimization by the year 2020. To expedite this process, Pantaflix AG has added Sustainability Manager Mariella Koch to its team.
„We as a company are acutely aware of our responsibility to protect the environment”, says Dan Maag, CEO and manager of Pantaflix AG. „We aim to be innovative trailblazers not only in economic and technologic respects but also in environmental concerns. Our sustainability strategy is an important step toward this goal and we will follow it wholeheartedly. We strive to ensure that future generations will have quality entertainment as well as a liveable planet.”
Pantaflix’ film production company Pantaleon Films will promote an eco-friendly execution of its film productions. The comedy A Jar full of life which Florian Ross shot with leading actors i Jella Haase and Matthias Schweighöfer has already been produced in a resource-friendly fashion. Modern technologies such as a mobile charging service for electric vehicles are used for Pantaflix productions. Thanks to the innovative solution of Berlin start up Chargery the E-Smarts that were used during the production of 100 Things were powered by hunderd percent with renewables. In this comedy by and with Florian David Fitz two young guys are competiting which of them can longer cope without any material possesion.
Pantaflix AG‘s longterm goal is to progressively expand the infrastructure for sustainable filmmaking on a national as well as international level which is still not sufficiently been developed yet. Furthermore, the company will put a focus on sustainability when realizing its own productions.
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