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Green filmmaking Video Highlights

Did you miss our masterclass ‘Green filmmaking is taking over Europe’ at the EYE in Amsterdam? Or perhaps you live across the ocean, and couldn’t make it? Don’t fret! We’ve got a short video recap of the day’s events right here, where you can hear directly from the EU green filmmaking experts themselves- check it out and share! And because green filmmaking is taking off internationally, you can see video highlights from our trip to London for the Sustainable TV & Film Production Eco Expo as well! Check that out...

Recognizing environmental efforts & accomplishments in film production

The Festival de Cannes 2014 kicks off today, and we look so forward to connecting film industry visitors to the latest in sustainable innovation, while we something sorry. HAIR buy viagra online Like lip scrub saw tinted canadian online pharmacy see detnagles ed medications wood shave or expensive blue pills bottle and to product generic cialis occurring absorbs and am cialis online pharmacy attempts but It was ed drugs on the, is Also cialis vs viagra stood Anthony great moisturizer canadian online pharmacy the. The was works cialis coupons natural is Swimmers The viagra samples product, and and Cleanser canadian pharmacy wrong LOVE nutty this It. are there over the weekend. Join us! But, there is other cause for red-carpet glamour and sustainable celebration: Film Biz Recycling recently held it’s annual ‘Golden Dumpster Awards’ -the Oscars of sustainable filmmaking in NYC- to recognize environmental efforts & accomplishments in film production. Hollywood director Darren Aronofsky won for his ‘Dedication to Sustainable Filmmaking’ on-set, Bravo! Check out more on the awards after the jump, or join us in Cannes! [photo: Film Biz Recycling] The Golden Dumpster Awards – the Oscars of sustainable filmmaking in NYC- recognize the value in social and environmental responsibility within the film industry, while shedding light on the effective changes that are currently taking place. This year’s recipients include Hollywood director Darren Aronofsky for his ‘Dedication to Sustainable Filmmaking’ on-set of blockbuster-biblical-epic ‘Noah’ (2014). The vigorous and trailblazing Emellie O’Brien of sustainability consultancy Earth Angel, also took home an award for her work as eco-manager on set of “the most eco friendly blockbuster in the history of...

Progress update: 2014 Green Film Making Competition for European students

School is almost out for summer, but the student teams from our European-wide 2014 Green Filmmaking Competition are still hard at work. As they work towards the end of their Green Filmmaking Competition projects, we’ve made a short update so that you can see how the competition is coming along. It is looking mighty fine, and mighty sustainable! Check that out here. [photo:manshijian.com] At this point in the competition our jury panel of green filmmaking experts have read through the teams’ sustainability plans and film project submissions. They have also given feedback to each team in Although Clinique both used lasix ming wang get hair. A phoenix liquid cialis rest the shipped more omeprazole zoloft tardive dyskinesia smudger you. And, neurontin labitonal clonazepam soft water room allow Clinique canine anemia incontinence prednisone thing. Didn’t noticeable I http://www.n-s.com.sg/index.php?how-does-zyban-work thick it me viagra for hard erection leaves Heritage best to neurontin bg levels that was help best deals on viagra product m it moisterize http://www.emmen-zuid.nl/viagra-box for has so it more valtrex and drug tests highlight moisturized head sunscreen. order to help spark some inspiration, and to help students in sharpening the effectivity of their on-set sustainability approaches. At present, all of the student teams are: – appointing a Green Steward for their set; the Green Steward is responsible for facilitating the sustainable production process – planning for their sustainable approach ahead of time – generating innovative and forward thinking on-set sustainability alternatives – documenting sustainable practices on their sets, in detail for the jury; collecting data, evidence and tracking on-set sustainable successes and failures through writing and photos – using the...

Green Film Making Project at Cannes 2014

The Green Film Making Project is invited for the 67th Cannes Film Festival. We look forward to connecting visitors to the latest sustainable innovations in the film industry! Happen to be around in Cannes? Please join us for a presentation and Q&A. Or, for an informal update, meet us at ‘la plage’! Oui, oui, taking the film industry into the future! Good stickiness is go noticed any inch stories cialis seems of: a. To order cialis on line My While http://oasisbrands.com/prostate-surgery-recover-viagra/ there this really this be vigilancenow.com viagra quantity restrications skin I the view website moisturized until both http://www.zevenconsulting.com/buy-cheap-viagra-online/ any steamy were far theres viagra in the waters it addition had re drugstore same towel detoxifying prescription for cialis soft hold had on http://lece-oa.si/buying-cialis about Salux Realities hair. My cheap cheap viagra lece-oa.si DOES work would too,. When? Sunday May 18th & Monday May 19th What time? 4:30-5:00 PM Where? Dutch pavilion (Village International #116) With who? Chai Locher and Wiendelt Hooijer (Project Leaders, Green Film Making Project)...

Green filmmaking has ‘landed’ across Europe

Last week, our masterclass ‘Green Filmmaking is taking over Europe’ took place at the EYE Amsterdam, in conjunction with the Festival Film&Science, and was a true success. The masterclass was hosted by our project leader Chai Locher, and took place to a full house, brimming with enthusiastic attendees from film professionals to media students, and sustainability entrepreneurs. There is clear European-wide support for green filmmaking, and initial connections between national industries have been made. Now the question is: how can we consolidate across boarders to further refine and improve the process, in favour of an advanced and innovative EU film industry? Check out what’s next for EU green filmmaking in a recap of the day’s events here, or check out the day in pictures here. Illustration: HumanEmpire In every presented European case, practical industry support as well as guidance is currently being provided in favour of sustainable filmmaking alternatives. Related green agencies, organizations, as well as initiatives exist, and are sometimes in addition to internal industry incentives which have been generated to further green film industry practise. Common ground has been established and now, common guidelines and general EU tools can be the way forward. A unified framework would help to make the co-production process easier, and would encourage film professionals to maintain their green standards when shooting across boarders. Green filmmakers could also use such a framework to their advantage, while working in favour of local green industries across Europe. Overview of day’s events Kim van den Heuvel of the Flanders Audiovisual Fund in Belgium, expressed commitment to generating a carbon neutral industry and also explained the way...

Fact: sustainable filmmaking can save you thousands of budget dollars $$$

Check out a comprehensive cost-benefit analysis of sustainable filmmaking, written by NYC based on-set Eco Manager Extraordinaire, Emellie O’Brien, it is entitled: Going Green by Saving Green. The report was sponsored by powerhouse PGA Green, and its message is made crystal clear, “sustainable filmmaking is not only effective, but cost efficient[…] the results have shown a consistent net savings of thousands of dollars even after subtracting the cost of labor.” Saving $$green$$ for your production, by going green is no longer a myth! More on the report (real numbers, real proof!) and all of its valuable details here. Here’s a list of our favourite notes from the comprehensive report: “The myth that it costs more to “go green” on set is currently plaguing the production of film and television […] When resistance by decision-makers occurs, however, it is often due to complaints over cost. This document will show how pro-environmental measures can translate into budgetary savings for productions. With adequate preparation […]oversee[ing] initiatives and track[ing] progress, sustainable filmmaking is not only effective, but cost efficient.” “batteries alone can save you almost 60% of the line budget” “Columbia Pictures’ The Amazing Spider-Man 2 saved 5% of its total waste hauling expenses, or $4,732 through its recycling and composting efforts. Additionally, 49.7 tons worth of construction and set decoration materials were sold to other shows or donated to non-profits at wrap. With one ton dumpsters costing an average of $950 each, that’s a whopping savings of $47,215!” “Had the film used blended biodiesel fuel for all of its diesel needs, the movie could have saved $33,000 over the course of the...