The class will be working in groups on five feature film projects and a TV series, flanked by the Green Film Lab pedagogical team. During the workshop, professionals with different backgrounds will meet and discuss environmentally sustainable practices in audiovisual production, a know-how required in order to apply a green protocol and get certified.
The selected projects are: Caro Mondo Crudele (Italy) with Chiara Cruciatti - dispàrte srl; Harta (Spain) with Natàlia Ejarque and Sergio Grobas - Mayo Films; L'Angelo del Grappa (Italy) with Chiara Guidolin - Hive Division; the tv series La Lista (Italy) with Monica Caterino and Maria Carmela Del Prete - Lucky Red; Mama D'Lo (Canada/Trinidad&Tobago/UK) with Robert Maylor - Mamaguy Pictures and Nicola Ofoego - Buff Studios; Par delà les montagnes (Italy/France) with Chiara Andrich and Mavi Calcinotto - Ginko Film.
Seven more audiovisual professionals are joining the programme: Beatrice Belli (Italy) - Production Amazon Studio; Brigita Beniušyte (Lithuania) - M-Films; Fabio Gandolfi (Italy) - filmmaker and producer; Giovanna Nicolai (Italy) - Cinemaundici; Priscilla Pacetti (Italy) - Greenboo Production; Maria Soledad Marchi (Italy) - Lotus production srl; Alberto Tognazzi (Italy/Spain) - Deluxe. The group is completed by six professionals coming from the environmental fields: Stefania Grillo (Italy), Alexander Linhardt (Austria), Venanzio Marsili (Italy), Martin Netolický (Slovakia), Gabriele Raciti (Italy) and Alice Thies-Lagergren (Sweden).
Along with the workshop, on Friday, 13th October from 14.30 to 18.30 at Cinema Barberini there will be an OPEN SESSION dedicated to various aspects of sustainability in the audiovisual sector accessible by the MIA press holders.
For those of you who could not join this Roman opportunity make sure to submit an application to the next one taking place from 5th to 8th March in Athens (Greece) thanks to a collaboration with the Greek Film Centre. The application period will be open from 8th November 2023 until 9th January 2024. This call is aimed at attracting participants from various backgrounds, including professionals in the film and series industry, representatives from funds and film commissions, individuals from film institutions, and those with expertise in sustainability.
Green Film Lab is a programme by TorinoFilmLab and Green Film, organised by National Museum of Cinema and Trentino Film Commission, in collaboration with EAVE. The programme is realised thanks to the support of Creative Europe - MEDIA Sub-programme of the European Union.