Climate change and the implemenation of the energy transition are among the key topics that will be addressed at the 12th edition of the Deauvillle Green Award film festival, that takes place on June 7 and 8 at the Franciscaines cultural center in the French beach resort. The festival provides a platform for filmmakers and industry members to present info films, documentaries as well as spots with short awareness messages that are dealing with sustainability.
The three competitions on documentaries, info films and spots are structured by different topics in fifteen catgories such as fight adaption to climate change, preservation of biodiversity as well as protection of the oceans and water environments. The fields of ecological applications include the energy transition, agriculture and sustainable resources, climate resilient cities, eco-mobility, eco-tourism, sustainable production as well as circular economy. There are also societal issues covered such as quality of life, social responsibility, solidarity and human rights.
Producers, agencies, broadcasters, companies and institutions who submit their film online to one of the three competitions will compete in their category for the trophies that will be handed over at the Deauville Green Awards. The selection of the award winner is decided by an international jury, consisting of 50 experts from the audio-visuel industry as well as ecology.
In addition to the competition and the industry program with a range of panel discussions, the Deauville Green Awards offer the participants network opportunities as various events where they can meet and mingle. The 12. Deauvillle Green Awards are accepting submission until March 24.
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