The Berlinale Film Festival promotes ecological and sustainable goals through programmes and panels, such as a ‘Meet the Expert’ session with Michael Geidel (Green Film Initiative), and an annual Culinary Cinema program which screens about twelve films dealing with food and the environment. The festival has been actively engaged in reducing its own carbon footprint since 2011. Ongoing partnerships with Entega ( provider of climate friendly clean energy) and the Öko-Institut e.V. (Institute for Applied Ecology), have optimized the carbon footprint of the festival, while it’s year-round operations are measured and compensated too. Longtime director of the Berlinale, Dieter Kosslick, is also convinced that film subsidy systems should be modified in favour of sustainability.
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“Whoever uses public funding should also take on public responsibilities” he said, highlighting the importance of an industry shift. Bravo Berlinale!