Green Film Making Workshop at Pelicam

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Green Film Making Project (The Netherlands) at Pelicam Festival, Tulcea, Romania 14th -15th of June 2014

On Saturday June 14th / Sunday June 15th the Dutch Green Film Making Project is represented at the Pelicam Festival Romania and hosts a workshop on how to ‘green’ produce your film.

The Romanian film industry grows and gets more professional, therefore Pelicam Film Festival wants to bring to the fore some good sense practices regarding film production that takes into consideration the protection of the environment.

The workshop will be coordinated by Dorien Grötzinger, Event Producer for the Green Film Making Project and Brechtje Smidt, CEO/Director la Deepeei Film Productions from Netherlands.

During this workshop Brechtje shares hands on examples that will help to produce films as sustainable as possible, on all levels. What are the do’s and dont’s? How to cope with bottlenecks? Brechje shows two examples of films that Deepeei produced sustainably: “Balance” and “Going South”. Balance was proposed for Oscars by the Eye Film Institute Netherlands, in the Best live Action Short Film section.

Workshopul will be held in English.

Click here for the timing and the rules of applying to the workshop.

For more information please check:

http://www.deepeei.com/balance/
http://www.deepeei.com/going-south-cycling-through-the-americas/

The Green Film Making Project, a Strawberry Earth initiative, challenges Dutch film professionals to make production processes more sustainable on all levels. Since 2012, the Green Film Making Project has been collaborating with entrepreneurs, trade organizations and leading institutes in the film sector, key broadcasters and the sector institute. In 2013 the first Dutch Sustainable Film Production Guide, entitled  ‘How to Green your Film Production (so far)’. The guide was presented during the 2013 Netherlands Film Festival. And the Green Film Making Project closely cooperates with the two chief academies in the Dutch audio-visual industry.

Among thepartners of the Green Film Making Project include the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs, the Dutch News Public Television, and the Netherlands Film Fund.

For more information access Strwaberry Earth visit www.strawberryearth.com and The Green Film Making Project on www.greenfilmmaking.com.

The Green Film Making Workshop is held during Pelicam IFF with the support of The Embassy of the Kingdom of Netherlands in Romania.