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Workshop: Sustainable Filmmaking - SR Socially Relevant FF New York - 2018


Workshop: Sustainable Filmmaking - SR Socially Relevant FF New York - 2018

Sustainable filmmaking
When: March 21st, 1:00 PM

Where: Cinema Village


Jennifer Cherrier - Professor Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences at Brooklyn College

Jennifer Cherrier is a Professor in the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences at Brooklyn College-The City University of New York. She is also the Departmental Chair. Jennifer studies how carbon and nitrogen cycle in freshwater and marine environments with a more recent research focus on water resource sustainability and solution-based approaches for offsetting the human impacts on aquatic systems. She is co-inventor of a novel ecosystem-based 'blue' technology (eco-WEIRTM, patented) to maximize stormwater runoff related pollutant removal and also allows for water storage and reuse. She is a Stanford Woods Leopold Leadership Fellow for Sustainability as well as a National Academy of Sciences Frontiers of Science Kalvi Alum.

Tina DiFeliciantonio - Naked Eye Productions

From cinema vérité to impressionistic documentaries, Tina DiFeliciantonio's critically acclaimed films have been screened and broadcast in countries throughout the world, garnering dozens of top honors, including the Sundance Grand Jury Prize for Best Documentary, two National Emmy Awards for Outstanding Cultural Programming, and an Emmy nomination.

Mick Reed

Mick Reed is an award-winning producer with roots in the independent film world. As Founder and CEO of Clippn, Mick is dedicated to helping filmmakers gain independence by creating new streams of revenue from their content via the stock footage market.

Moderated by Lucie Tripon: writer

A French native, Lucie has been with the festival from the beginning. She writes plays and sketches. She was part of a French-Colombian women duo (Yorkville Theater) with Nadia Menco which wrote and performed plays around New York and then produced in 2015 a short film called Pink Dolphin that made it to several international festivals including the Cannes short corner. She is currently working on a play and a poetry project.

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