IT'S BLOODY GREEN
SITGES FILM FESTIVAL
NEW PROFESSIONAL PROFILES, SUBSIDIES, CERTIFICATIONS
The Catalan Institute for Cultural Companies (ICEC), through the Business Development Service (SDE) and the Catalonia Film Commission (CFC), is organizing a conference aimed at professionals in the audiovisual sector as part of the 56th Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival of Catalonia.
The day will open with a round table on new professional profiles around filming and sustainability, will continue with the explanation of the lines of subsidy offered by the ICEC to cover expenses and a case of producer that has already requested them and will continue with an explanation of the Green Film certification and its application to the filming of “This is not Sweden”, of Funicular Films, the first Catalan series certified with this seal. In the afternoon, there will be a practical workshop aimed at screenwriters, producers and directors led by Eneko Muruzabal, from Bilibin Circular, to talk about content and development.
This conference is part of the Pla_C* Culture for Climate, the ICEC’s environmental sustainability plan aimed at companies in the cultural sector, articulated in 3 strategic axes, 16 lines of action and 37 actions that will be deployed between 2022 and 2024. The plan aims to accompany the transformation of the sector towards a more sustainable model and promote the capacity of culture to inspire a change in citizens; on the other hand, it also foresees that the ICEC will make internal changes to incorporate environmental sustainability into the organization.