If you happen to have some time off between the 15th and 18th of June make sure to join us in Warsaw (Poland) for a new workshop organised in collaboration with Polish Film Institute.
Compared to the previous editions, film commissions and film institution delegates interested in knowing more about sustainability on set are now invited to apply (of course together with film and series industry professionals involved in the pre-production and production stages - with or without a project - and sustainability managers). The applications are open until 28th April.
Another element of novelty of 2023: the pedagogical team of GFL will welcome two new tutors: Dörte Schneider Garcia - experienced assistant director and green consultant & Lucie Trémolières - French-based writer and director for all kinds of dramatic media with a particular focus on different emotional responses to the environmental crisis.
But first, who’ll reach Dublin in a few days?
PRODUCERS WITHOUT PROJECTS
Zane Buksa (Latvia)
Hazel Cullen (Ireland)
Viktória Dénes (Hungary)
Céline Kaladjian (France)
Marine Meunier (France)
Tamryn Reinecke (Ireland)
Stephen Vandingenen (Belgium)
Robert Collender (Ireland) - Sustainability Manager
Alex Devalera (Ireland) - Sustainability Manager
Gavin Kelly (Ireland) - Sustainability Manager
Pauhla McGrane (Ireland) - Sustainability Manager
Michael Soro (Ireland) - Production, Sustainability Manager
Brita Synnøve Holt Vistnes (Ireland) - Production, Sustainability Trainee
PRODUCERS WITH PROJECTS
Requiem for a glacier (Austria)
Stephanie Falkeis - Director/Producer
@Love (United Kingdom)
Ania Nakov - Producer
Palma Derzsi - Production Manager
Don’t Forget to Remember (Ireland)
Lara Roche - Production Coordinator
Louise Byrne - Producer
The Restoration at Grayson Manor (Ireland)
John McDonnell – Producer
Elina Jozauska - Producer
Inese Rozentale - Production Manager
Tierra Mala (Lithuania)
Emilija Sluškonyte - Producer
Eleonora Lekaviciute - Sustainability Manager
Green Film Lab is a programme by TorinoFilmLab and Green Film, organised by the 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.