GREEN ICE CAMERA
GREEN ICE CAMERA project presentation
On September 25, 2020, as part of the business program of the festival, a presentation of the project will take place. Watch on the festival's online platforms.
The international project "GREEN ICE CAMERA" is a joint initiative of filmmakers from the Murmansk region, Norway, Sweden and Finland, which is aimed at creating a network cooperation and a platform for interaction between filmmakers, small and medium-sized enterprises, united by a common approach to organizing filmmaking in the Arctic.
As part of the project initiative, it is planned to develop an international certificate "GREEN ICE CAMERA" which will be awarded to film projects filmed using environmental requirements to preserve the vulnerable nature of the Far North.
The project was created with the support of Kolarctic.
Beginning 15:00 (Moscow time)
Svetlana Soldatova - presenter
Elena Diaghileva, Deputy Governor of the Murmansk Region
Nikita Chisnikov, film director (Russia)
Tamara Sushko, filmmaker (Sweden)
Marina Borovaya, producer (Aniram) (Norway)
Anastasia Lukkanen, organizer of film festivals (Turkey)
Anti Haase, film director (Finland)
Tatiana Yulusova, journalist (Russia)
GREEN ICE CAMERA
Презентация проекта GREEN ICE CAMERA
25 сентября 2020 года в рамках деловой программы фестиваля состоится презентация проекта.
Начало 15:00 (мск). Смотрите на онлайн платформах фестиваля.
Международный проект «GREEN ICE CAMERA» - совместная инициатива кинематографистов Мурманской области, Норвегии, Швеции и Финляндии, которая направлена на формирование сетевого сотрудничества и платформы для взаимодействия кинематографистов, малых и средних предприятий, объеденных общим подходом к организации кинопроизводства на арктической территории.
В рамках проектной инициативы планируется разработка международного сертификата «GREEN ICE CAMERA» которое будет присваиваться кинопроектам, снятым с использованием экологических требований по сохранению уязвимой природы Крайнего Севера. Проект создан при поддержке Коларктик.
Светлана Солдатова – ведущая
Елена Дягилева, заместитель губернатора Мурманской области
Никита Чисников, кинорежиссер (Россия)
Тамара Сушко, кинорежиссер (Швеция)
Марина Боровая, продюсер (Анирам) (Норвегия)
Анастасия Лукканен, организатор кинофестивалей (Турция)
Анти Хаасе, кинорежиссер (Финляндия)
Татьяна Юлусова, журналист (Россия)
Project organizers: ДОБАВИТЬ ФОТО
Antti Haase (b. 1972) grew up in the neighborhood of Santa Claus in Rovaniemi, right on the Arctic Circle. In the late 1990s, he studied and worked in Australian film industry and received Film Australia Documentary Award for his AFTRS graduation documentary Clown Doctors (2000). After migrating back to Finland Antti has directed several documentary films set in Lapland. He has also explored the possibilities of documentary in interactive art form with Portrait of Elli (2009), which won the Main Prize at Luleå International Art Biennial. Monsterman (2014), a film about the Finnish heavy metal band Lordi, won the Main Prize for documentary films at Austin Film Festival and the Finnish State Quality Award. The film was in the top 10 of Finnish films with the most international festival screenings in 2016. The Illuminators (2017) is a family story about Antti’s grandfather Gunnar Haase, who became “the father of light” to Lapland after introducing electricity to the region. Antti lives with his family in an old frontier man’s house on the riverbank of Tornio river.
Marina Borovaya is a producer and project coordinator at Ice-9, a Tromsø based arts and media organisation. She also works as a freelance consultant for creative and tech industries. Marina has a Master’s in Business Creation and Entrepreneurship and holds a BA in Journalism from University of Wroclaw (Poland) and Volda University College (Norway).
Tamara Sushko - The founder of WEBBON, was born in Siberia. Graduated as film Director from the Institute of Culture in Russia. She also completed a course ‘The creation of documentary films’ at the LTU University of Sweden. Webbon has been working in the field of media production in the North of Sweden 11 years. During this time Webbon created 7 documentary films, whose main characters are people in difficult living conditions, films about ecology and history.For four years, from 2016 to 2020, Webbon has coordinated the Swedish participation at the film festival Northern character in Murmansk, Arctic open in Arkhangelsk, which is an official meeting platform for the film industry in the Barents region. Has coordinated a project in the framework of cooperation with Swedish Institute.Swedish Institute "Creative Force".
Svetlana Soldatova is an organizer of cultural and media projects. For many years, the global television company TV-21 (Murmansk). Creator and inspirer of the Northern Character International Film Festival and its environmental project in Norway and Russia "Northern Character: Green Screen". Together with his associates, he organizes rock festivals, concerts, exhibitions and multi-element cultural projects in the Murmansk region. Films documentaries and helps Russian and foreign filmmakers navigate the Kola Peninsula.