Creative Carbon Scotland is pleased to invite you to the next in our series of Glasgow Green Tease events, connecting creative practices and environmental sustainability – this time with a focus on environmental film.
What defines an ‘environmental film’? Do films have a role to play in raising awareness and changing our culture towards a more sustainable one?
To explore these questions we’ll be joined by Scott Donaldson, Head of Film Education at Creative Scotland and Aimara Reques, Producer of the extraordinary documentary Aquarela (release date 2018), with screenings of film clips old and new, and audience discussion.
We hope you can join us to make new connections between those working across the areas of film, media, TV, environmental sustainability and climate change!
This event is free of charge but does take time and resources to run. Places are limited so please reserve your place using the link below to avoid disappointment on the day.
Film & media fortnight
This event is part of Sustainability in Film – November Fortnight, our film and media focused fortnight taking place this November, including free carbon literacy training with BAFTA’s Albert on 22nd November and a chance to pitch short (90 second) videos on environmental issues to BBC The Social on 27th November. Keep an eye on our news page for further announcements or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Creative Carbon Scotland is committed to actively promoting accessibility, equality and inclusivity in all of our work. The venue for this event is wheelchair accessible. If you require further access support please contact email@example.com.
Action on sustainability
Interested in finding out about how Scotland’s film sector is engaging with sustainability? Check out our best practice case studies to learn about the green actions being taken by Green Arts Initiative members including the GFT, Take One Action Film Festival and Film City Glasgow.
Green Tease is an ongoing informal events programme which connects creative practices and environmental sustainability. Our Green Tease Open Call is here to support cultural and sustainability practitioners and organisations to run your own events with support from Creative Carbon Scotland.
Find out more about previous and upcoming events and how you can get involved in the Green Tease network.
Image: Aquarela, Aconite Productions