We are happy to announce that in the framework of the European Audiovisual Social Dialogue project "Strengthening capacities of social partners to meet the challenges of environmental sustainability in film and TV productions" a second capacity-building seminar will take place in
on the 24th of November 2022
in collaboration with the
Black Nights Film Festival
The event is free of charge and open to everyone working or interested in environmental sustainability in the film and TV industry.
For organizational reasons, registration is mandatory at this link.
THE EVENT IS SOLD OUT
We will announce here if new places will become available in the coming days
We kindly ask you to register only if you are sure to attend the event and to prevent us immediately if for any reason, after registration, you will not be able to attend it. To attend the event is not necessary to be accredited to the Black Night Film Festival.
Please note the timing of the agenda it’s only indicative and it can change according the identified needs during the workshop.
Access for participants to the venue starting from 8:30
OPENING (9:00 - 9:30)
Welcome speech Piret Hartman,Estonian Ministry of Culture
Project Partners welcome Charlotte Hurni, FIAPF Festivals Director Daphne Tepper, Policy Director, UNI Europa
Project Presentation Davide Gianluca Vaccaro, Project Coordinator
Making the film industry more sustainable
Resources, successful stories and the GreenFilmShooting project (9:30 - 10:10) Birgit Heidsiek,CEO of European Center for Sustainability in the Media World
How to organise a green production (10:10 -10:55) Julia Tordai,Green Eyes Production
Break(10:55 – 11:25)
Presentation of the Finnish Green Production Guide EKOSETTI and the green national transition in Finland (11:25 – 11:55) Anne Puolanne,Sustainability manager in Audiovisual Producers Finland (APFI) and co-author of Ekosetti guide
Presentation of the initiative to make the first sustainable production guide for StopMotion films(11:55 – 12:25) Paulina Zacharek, Founder of Momakin Studio
Study Case: Green Film Production in Estonia (12:25 - 12:55) Elina Litvinova, Producer,Three Brothers
Networking Lunch–Tallink City Hotel (13:00 -14:30)
Presentation of NEST“Northern European Sustainable coproduction Team up”(14:30 –15:00) Daniel Chilla, Film Commissioner, Film Stockholm
Presentation and Demo of EURECA carbon calculator (15:00 –15:30) Zuzana Bieliková, Film Commissioner,Slovak Film Fund/ Slovak Film Commission
Presentation of Green Film, certification and rating system for audiovisual products and new initiative on sustainable animation in collaboration with APA, Audiovisual Producers’ Association (Italy) (15:30 –16:00) Luca Ferrario, Director of Trentino Film Commission and Vice-President Italian Film Commission
Closing remarks (16:00 –16:15) Thomas Dayan, Deputy Secretary General, FIM David Donoghue, Chairman of Screen Producers Ireland, CEPI Board member
Break (15 minutes)
One-to-one meeting with expert* (16:30 –17:30) (Participant can book 15 minutes one to one meeting with the speakers) GreenFilm - Luca Ferrario, Director of Trentino Film Commission and Vice-President Italian Film Commission; Eureca Carbon Calculator -Zuzana Bieliková, Film Commissioner, Slovak Film Fund/ Slovak Film Commission; Ekosetti and Finnish green transition – Anne Puolanne, sustainability manager in Audiovisual Producers Finland (APFI) and co-author of Ekosetti guide Stop-Motion green guide – Paulina Zacharek, Founder of Momakin Studio GreenFilmShooting, Birgit Heidsiek, CEO of European Center for Sustainability in the Media World Study case, Elina Litvinova, Producer and Founder, Three Brothers How to organize a film set – JuliaTordai, Green Eyes Production NEST“Northern European Sustainable coproduction Team up”- Daniel Chilla, Film Commissioner, Film Stockholm
Here you can download the Agenda. UPDATE 18 November 2022*
*Please note that the agenda and speakers are still subject to changes. Any update will be published here.
Social partners involved in the project:
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