Everywh2ere Project will participate at the European Film Market (EFM) and the Berlinale Film Festival with the objective to debate the industry’s skills, tools and models for sustainability.
“If we are serious about climate mitigation, the entertainment industry (like every industry) must be ready to make radical changes”, the EFM states. On Sunday 23rd February, Jacob Bilabel, founder of the Green Music Initiative and partner of the Everywh2ere project will participate in several sessions of “Sustainability at EFM”.
These sessions are talks and discussions to chart progress made so far and develop industry calls to action: From the major milestones already achieved in sustainable production and necessary next steps, to the mammoth but not impossible task of greening the festival circuit, to confronting the shocking environmental impact of audiovisual streaming platforms, and beginning to imagine an entirely new creative ecosystem, whose environmental, social, financial and cultural sustainability could be supported by low carbon and smart technologies. In this framework hydrogen technologies and our EVERYWH2ERE gensets can support film industry decarbonization providing low emissions and low noise power to film sets and other temporary usage.
sustainABILITY: New Green Skills, Tools and Models for Industry-Wide Transformation (Sunday, 23 February, 11.30 am – 1.15 pm)
Call to Action: Social-Ecological Transformation in the Creative Economy (Sunday, 23 Feb, 11.30 am)
Impulse Talk with Jacob Sylvester Bilabel (Founder, Green Music Initiative / Everywh2ere Hydrogen)
Rolling Out the Green Carpet? Redesigning the Film Festival for Sustainability (Sunday, 23 Feb, 11.40 am)
Panel with Jacob Bilabel (Founder Green Music Initiative / Everywh2ere Hydrogen), Matthijs Wouter Knol (Director European Film Market)