Climate Story Lab, Festivals & Art-House Cinemas
Climate Story Lab – South Asia
Ever Slow Green is among the 12 projects that have been selected for the Climate Story Lab – South Asia 2022 edition, hosted by the Indian Documentary Foundation and Goopy Bagha Productions, Bangladesh.
The next step is the Impact Lab, March 22 – 24, a virtual lab led by a team of expert filmmakers, impact gurus and climate change specialists.
|art-house cinema in NîmesSEDD association at Unîmes University, France organizes the European Sustainable Development Week in Nîmes.|
In this context Ever Slow Green will be screened on Friday, April 1st at the Cinéma Sémaphoreunder the headline ‘Reinventing our (relationship to the) world’.
I’m very glad that Patrick will be able to attend the event and answer questions of the audience after the screening.
|CMS Vatavaran Film Festival and ForumEver Slow Green is nominated in the category “Environment Conservation” at the 11th CMS VATAVARAN International Film Festival and Forum, Asia’s biggest green film festival. The event will take place in hybrid mode (online & offline) from April 11 to April 22.|
|the two favorite art-house cinemas of my youthI’m absolutely thrilled to announce that Ever Slow Green will be screen during my Germany visit at the two most favorite art-house cinemas of my youth:|
On Wednesday, April 20 at 18:00 it will be screened at the Filmforum am Dellplatz in my hometown of Duisburg.
On Wednesday, April 27 at 19:00 it will be screened at the 3001 Kino in der Sternschanze in Hamburg.
Both screenings will be with German subtitles and both will be followed by a Q&A with me.