Berlinale 2012 Entega “Climate Cinema”

In February 2012 Frey+Schächtele were commissioned to produce a ten-part series entitled “Klima Kino” (Climate Cinema) for Entega, one of the co-sponsors of the Berlin Film Festival.
We reported on films related to climate change, looked for the most climate-friendly face of the Berlinale and met two young directors from Calcutta who saw snow for the first time in their lives.
We conducted interviews with Atsushi Funahashi and Aino Laberenz and produced a report on Erin Brockovich’s visit to the festival.

Commissioned by Entega and Cream Colored Ponies

Kai Schächtele: editor, interviews, social media
Thies Schnack and Jan M. Schäfer: camera and editing
Christian Frey: 2nd camera, photography, design, best of editing
A produktion by Frey+Schächtele

Idea: Cream Colored Ponies

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