Sustainability in Film and TV Workshop with Dörte Schneider 3 - 6 of April
Film Financing Workshop with Paul Miller 24-27 of January
DURATION: 4 Days HOURS
03/06 . 04 . 2023
PRICE: 499EUR (270EUR Until 22nd of March)
ABOUT DÖRTE SCHNEIDER
Dörte Schneider has 20 years of experience as an assistant director in films and tv commercials, Dörte discovered that she could combine her passion for film with her environmental concerns. This is how she decided to become a Green Consultant.She obtained the Green Consultant certificate at the German “Hochschule der Medien” (HdM Stuttgart), and since then she has been committed to making film productions greener. To achieve this goal, Dörte believes that educating and raising people's awareness of this issue are fundamental. Dörte is an active member of Filmmakers for Future and of the German green consultant association (BVGCD), besides being an ambassador for The Pact and Green The Bid. In October 2021 she got trained as a Climate Reality Leader.
The workshop will look at the climate reality on planet Earth, and how that should influence our every action. It is also going to give an understanding of sustainability as a concept. It will focus on the importance of the application of “green measures” during all stages of film production. The workshop will provide tools to identify issues of environmental impact on film production, provide the knowledge to better interact with a green consultant, and deliver the knowledge to better tackle the challenges of the environmental sustainability of a film production, without neglecting the social and economic ones.
The workshop will be informative and interactive, with space for exchange and dialogue.
The topics covered in the workshop:
- Understanding what a “Green Consultant” does
- Know what is happening internationally
- Assess the critical points of a project
- Know what steps to take at each stage of the project
PART 1 | Climate literacy. Introduction to the concept of sustainability. What is a Green Consultant?
What’s happening on (and to) Planet Earth? What is “sustainability”? Theoretical and legal bases. Applicability in the audio-visual industries. Introduction to existing initiatives and platforms. What does the Green Consultant do?
PART 2 | Departments I
Departments and their impact: Production. Screenwriting. Directing. Catering. Scenography. Wardrobe. Make-up/ Hair. What measures can we apply?
PART 3 | Departments and their impact: Lighting. Sound. Post-production. Energy, Materials, Transport, Waste. How can we work in a more "green" and efficient way?
PART 4 | The footprint of distribution and streaming. Introduction to carbon footprint calculations. Green storytelling. Recap.
PROFILE OF PARTICIPANT
Anybody working in the film industry is welcome. This workshop is addressing the industry as a whole and is committed to giving an understanding of the importance and scale of our impact and footprint.
Duration: 4 days
Dates: 3rd to the 6th of April 2023
9AM - 1PM (London)
10AM - 2PM (Brussels)
4AM - 8AM (New York)
1:30AM - 5:30AM (New Delhi)
12PM - 4PM (Dubai)
4PM - 10PM (Beijing)
Price: 450EUR (270EUR with 40% Discount Until 22nd of March)
Maximum number of participants: 25
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