Whether you’re interested in exploring the meaning of environmental film making, looking to enhance the sustainability of your film productions or turn your hand to a creative challenge – we’ve got something for you.
Wednesday 15th November, 6 – 8pm
What defines an ‘environmental film’? Do films have a role to play in raising awareness and changing our culture towards a more sustainable one? In this Glasgow Green Tease event 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.
Wednesday 22nd November, 10 – 5pm
Carbon Literacy with albert is a unique, engaging and solutions based training session offering attendees from the UK production and broadcast industry the information and inspiration to live and work in a more sustainable way. Across the 6 hour workshop, delegates can expect to be challenged with engaging presentations, fun (yes, fun!) activities and the space to reflect and plan. On successful completing of the day, attendees will:
Monday 27th November, 5 – 7pm
Can you speak passionately about environmental issues? We’re looking for new talent from across Scotland who can take environmental news stories, both global and local and turn them into engaging videos for BBC The Social.
Whether you’re a budding film maker, engaged in tackling climate change or looking for new ways to communicate about sustainability, why not turn your hand to this exciting creative challenge?
In this opportunity and Green Tease event, run by Creative Carbon Scotland and hosted by BBC The Social, we’re inviting you to produce short (90 second) videos about environmental stories and share your content with arts and sustainability practitioners, with the chance of your footage being showcased on the BBC The Social platform.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any further enquiries about these events.
A project initiated by Edinburgh’s Festivals with key partners the Federation of Scottish Theatre and Scottish Contemporary Art Network
© Creative Carbon Scotland 2018. Creative Carbon Scotland is a Scottish Charitable
Incorporated Organisation. Registered Charity number: SC042687
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