Goethe-Institut Los Angeles invited to a creative industries' exchange with presentations and discussion

Can Filmmaking Be Sustainable?

Goethe-Institut Los Angeles invited to a creative industries' exchange

TATORT director is Katrin Gebbe with the investigation team led by chief inspector Ellen Berlinger alias Heike Makatsch.

TATORT

The MFG film fund is backing the production of the TATORT special „Five minutes in Heaven“ as a pilot project with concern for the preservation of natural resources, Tolle Idee! is acting as advisor.
See here director Katrin Gebbe with the investigation team led by chief inspector Ellen Berlinger alias Heike Makatsch.

Ausschnitt aus dem Plakat des NaturVision-Filmfestivals 2013, Foto: Chad Cocking

Green Filmmaking

We offer consulting, development and execution of sustainable audiovisual projects. We provide advice and tips for green filmmaking processes.

Detail Poster NaturVision Film Festival 2013, Photo: Chad Cocking

Alexander Schwarz moderiert die Diskussion DEMOKRATIE UND KUNST. KUNST IN KRIEGSZEITEN zur Ausstellung TROTZ ALLEM

Democracy and Art. Art during Wartimes

Discussion with the artists for the opening of the exhibition "Despite of Everything"

Make Films, Not War - Lecture at the Goethe-Institut Los Angeles

Make Films Not War

Lectures, film programs and workshops in Munich and Los Angeles, based our extensive research on the history of antiwar film and pacifism. Docugame in development.

Multimediaausstellung TWICE A STRANGER

Twice a Stranger

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Albert Einstein sailing

Einstein – A Genius and His World

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German TV goes green

TATORT (Crime Scene) - first German primetime movie produced to green standards and eco-checked

MFG presents the project on December 1st at the Filmschau Baden-Wuerttemberg:

In Freiburg, the MFG Public Film Fund Baden-Wuerttemberg has realized its visionary pilot project „Green Film Shooting“ with a committed production company and a superb cast.

In September and October 2015 Zieglerfilm Baden-Baden completed the production of the „Tatort“ special "Five Minutes of Heaven“ („Fünf Minuten Himmel”) commissioned by SWR and ARD Degeto on behalf of the German public broadcasting station, Das Erste.

The crime film’s main role of chief inspector Ellen Berlinger is played by Heike Makatsch, who returns to her home town after a long period as an undercover agent in a London production.

The MFG fund is purposefully supporting resource sparing film production methods and their scientific underpinnings. To this end Zieglerfilm and MFG worked closely with „Tolle Idee!" as eco advisor.

We are happy to find our names in publications like Professional Production, filmecho I filmwoche, on greenfilmshooting.net, in FilmFacts and in the Green-Film-Shooting-Special Berlinale 2016.

The green film shooting project has been nominated for the Corporate Social Responsibility Award 2016.

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