Fresco Film participates in the Green Screen project

28/06/2018

We have participated in the first workshop of Green Screen in Malaga, whose objective is to reduce the carbon footprint in audiovisual productions.

Green Screen is a European project with 8 countries currently participating, Málaga based Promálaga represents Spain. It is a pioneering project that seeks to identify the best environmental practices to reduce the carbon footprint in the film and television industries.

The partners of this project are:

  • Film London (UK)
  • Municipality of Ystad (Sweden)
  • Flanders Audiovisual Fund (Belgium)
  • Ile-de-France Film Commission (France)
  • Bucharest Ilfov Regional Development Agency (Romania)
  • Promálaga (Spain)
  • Rzeszow Regional Development Agency (Poland)
  • Regional Development Agency Senec – Pezinok (Slovakia)

We are aware that all audiovisual productions have a strong impact on the environment: transportation to and from locations; art department construction; lighting; catering; personnel travel; and accommodation all contribute to our carbon footprint.  That is why at Fresco Film we are taking measures to achieve the minimum environmental impact during filming and pre- or post-production.

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