Green Film Lab - how to produce in a sustainable way: first workshop, apply by 25 March!
TorinoFilmLab cherishes a greener cinema therefore, we are happy to introduce you to the newest addition of 2022: the Green Film Lab programme.
Aiming at a more sustainable audiovisual industry and truly committed to changing mindset and habits, Green Film Lab, conceived together with GREEN FILM, a Trentino Film Commission’s project, wishes to invest in training European cinema professionals on green practices.
Green Film Lab’s formula includes intensive 3-day workshops that will be held multiple times across the year in different European countries and regions and in collaboration with various institutions (discover more about the future workshops here); the training of each workshop will be based on the Green Film Rating System and its two main features: the sustainability plan and the certification process for audiovisual projects.
GREEN FILM LAB, who can apply?
- Teams developing a fiction or documentary feature film - at an advanced stage - who are willing to make their shooting more sustainable - Film production professionals looking forward to improving their skills on how to work on environmentally friendly sets - Green managers (professionals working in the field of environmental management, even not related to audiovisual context) interested in learning how to apply their expertise to the field of cinema.
Each workshop is open to 24 participants selected to work in groups under the guidance of green manager tutors with wide experience in film industry, on feature film projects almost ready to begin filming.
FIRST WORKSHOP: Trento (Italy), 29th April - 1st May OPEN CALL! DEADLINE TO APPLY: 25th March 2022
The detailed call for applications is available HERE