TUESDAY JUNE 19

 

10.00 - 13.00 Screening of Film Finalists before all film crews and the jury - Le Cercle
11.00 - 13.00 GreenTalks TV set and key speakers - Le Cercle - Green Corner
13.00 - 14.30 Welcome Cocktails and Lunch Buffet - Le Cercle
14.00 - 16.00 Free Academic Screening (outside of competition) and introduction to coastline protection of the Surfrider Association in Calvados - Auditorium
14.30 - 16.30 One-on-One MeetingsLe Cercle - Green Corner
  Set up meetings with professionals face to face in a space conducive to constructive exchange. 
14.30 - 18.30 Screening of Film Finalists before all film crews and the jury - Le Cercle
17.00 - 18.00 Master Class  "Transitional Communication" - Le Cercle - Green Corner
  What are the most inspiring and effective transitional communication tools of today? How do we inspire others? How should one choose a campaign or audiovisual  approach as a company or collective engaged in ecological or social restructuring?  After this one-hour session, you will benefit from a selection of useful communication strategies (in corporate or marketing format) and key principles to succeed in your future transitional communication. 
  Speakers : Part One (marketing) : Gildas Bonnel, AACC and Sidièse Agency
Part Two (corporate) : Alexandre Pasche, Eco&co Agency et Christine Oberdorff (Ushuaïa TV)
18.30 - 19.30 Round Table "Water and Climate Change" - Le Cercle - Salon Casino
 

In terms of annual accumulation, intensity, and seasonal occurance, precipitation is one of the key elements of our climate. Its occurence can be determined by floods and droughts, the potentially disastrous consequences of which are exacerbated by global warming. On the periphery of the Mediterranean, a deficit in precipitation, most notably in the summer months, could exceed 50%. This risk of drought puts these regions under threat of more frequent and potentially intense weather events. Even more, the summer decrease in precipitation and increase in evaporation linked to climate change could influence the flow of rivers and streams. The consequences of this are numerous: loss of biodiversity, changes in natural ecosystems, threats to agricultural yields,  greater subjection of vineyards and forests to fires... Almost every sector of our economy - health, water sources, biodiversity, agriculture, forests, fishing and fish farming, energy industry, infrastructure and systems of transport, urbanism and tourism, finance and insurance - will all be more or less affected by climate change, and all must take steps to appropriately adapt. 

Due to the doubled exposure of oceanic levels and the flow of rivers, estuaries are territories that are particulary at risk. As places of exchange between salt and fresh water, their ecosystems are particularly at risk. 

  Speakers : Jean Jouzel, climate scientist, 2007 Nobel Prix Winner with the IPCC; Sabrina Speich, expert on the link between oceans and the climate, Ecole Normale Supérieure; Philippe Mandonnet, Director, Global Estuaries Forum; Christophe Sommet, Ushuaia; Aude-Valérie Jung, Director of Research, Ecole des métiers de l’environnement. Animation : Alexandre Pasche, Eco&co Agency.
Après 19.30 Dinner and Cocktails – Le Cercle
20.00 - 22.00 Free Academic Screening and introduction of the film "Blue Planet" on coastline protection sponsored by the Surfrider Association in Calvados - Cinéma Morny 
Après 22.00 After Party featuring Live Musique Secret Location

 

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20

 

10.00 - 12.00 Screening of Film Finalists before all film crews and the jury - Le Cercle
10.00 - 11.00 One-on-One Meetings - Le Cercle - Green Corner
  Set up meetings with professionals face to face in a space conducive to constructive exchange.
11.00 - 12.00 Pitch Session - Le Cercle - Green Corner
  Present your film projects before distributers and sponsors
12.00 - 13.00 Round Table "Water and Innovations" - Le Cercle - Salon Casino
 

Within the modern debate on water and innovations, particularly on sanitation, discourse typically alternates between two themes: simplicity or high technology.

"High tech” places hope in scientific and industrial innovation. It can be understood by proposals guided by research for large-scale, sophisticated solutions like computerization, virtual reality, digitalization, etc. Conversely, "low tech" processes offer more natural, simple, and often effective solutions: solar thermal energy, permaculture, treatment of water used by plants, transport by bike, etc. 

Regarding energy, mobility, or water, we must simultaneously maintain and conserve resources, adapt to changes in the climate, respect biodiversity, move away from a linear economy to a circular economy or functionality...all while maintaining quality of life. 

Despite this complexity, breakthrough innovations are springing up: new energy sources and storage methods, new modes of transport, and new agricultural methods.

  Speakers : Pascal Moret, scientific film director; Hubert Dejean de la Batie, Vice President of Normandy; Philippe Kunter, Bpifrance ; startup representative.  Animation : Alexandre Pasche,  Eco&co Agency.
13.00 - 14.30 Lunch and Cocktails sponsored by Aaqius - Villa Strassburger
14.30 - 17.00 Screening of Film Finalists before all film crews and the jury - Le Cercle
14.30 - 16.00 Pollutec Speed Dating   - Le Cercle - Green Corner
 

Speed Dating event between corporate representatives of Pollutec and accredited audiovisual professionals. 

16.30 - 17.00 Press Conference Le Cercle - Green Corner
  Presentation of the 7th edition of Deauville Green Awards and perspectives on 2019.
  Speakers: François Morgant and Georges Pessis, founders of the festival. Representatives from Aaqius, Enedis, and Pollutec. 
17.00 - 17.30 Workshop on Audiovisual and Environmental Communication by EcoprodLe Cercle - Salon Casino
  Speakers : Marina Ezdiari (Ecoprod Collective & Audiens, France), Laurence Lafiteau (Malaga Production, France), Birgit Heidsiek (Green Film Shooting, Germany), AACC, WWF.
17.00 - 18.00 Workshops on "Audiovidual Media and Innovation" - Le Cercle - Salon Royal
  Speakers : Opsomai, Kapagama, Audiens
17.30 - 18.15

Debate on "Civil Society Actors, Sustainable Development, and Audiovisual Communication"  - Le Cercle - Salon Casino

 

Did you know that sustainable development goes beyond the doors of public institutions? How can administrators, institutions and associations inform the public of their work in sustainable development through film? 

Since 2015, the year of COP 21, civil society actors have been engaged in favor of a healthy climate, and an ecological transition for biodiversity. This particular round table is dedicated to these efforts, and their use of audiovisual communication in transmitting these efforts to the public. This discussion will also bring together sectors that work to promote these efforts: ONISEP, audiovisual branch of the French Ministry of Education, scientific museums, and the Sustainable Development of the French Ministry of Culture and Film Exposition…These representatives will debate their professional approaches to audiovisual communication. 

  Speakers : Monique Barbaroux, French Ministry of Culture, Mission for Sustainable Development; Frédéric Poisson, Directeur Développement durable de la Cité des Sciences et Palais de la découverte, Laurent Setton, Mission for Sustinable Development , French Ministry of Solidarity and Health, Jean-Michel Valantin, Mission for Sustainable Development, French Ministry of Education, Carole Saulay, Onisep
18.00 - 19.00 Green Talks TV set and key speakers - Le Cercle - Green Corner
19.00 - 21.00 Awards Ceremony - Auditorium
21.00 - 23.00 Closing Gala Dinner and Cocktails - Le Cercle
Après 23.00 After Party featuring Live Music Secret Location

 

 

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