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Exclusive Screening of Neandria and Panel Discussion on Sustainable Filmmaking

Yunus Emre Institute London and Turkish British Centre for Creative and Cultural Industries Presented an Exclusive Screening of “Neandria” and Panel Discussion on Sustainable Filmmaking Yunus Emre Institute London, in collaboration with the Turkish British Centre for Creative and Cultural Industries - C4CCI, hosted an exclusive event featuring a private screening of the captivating film “Neandria” by acclaimed director Reha Erdem, followed by an insightful panel discussion on Sustainable Filmmaking and a Case Study: Neandria.
The evening commenced with the screening of “Neandria”. The film explores the story of Suna, a young girl living near the ancient city of Neandria, as she navigates her dreams amidst environmental threats and societal challenges. The film provides a poignant reflection on the pursuit of freedom and self-discovery in the face of adversity.
Following the screening, a panel discussion on Sustainable Filmmaking was moderated by UK Critics’ Circle Member and BBC Broadcaster Phillip Bergson. The panelists included Dr Ekin Gündüz Özdemirci and Nurten Bayraktar from EkoFilm: Sustainable Production Platform, Environmental Humanities Center, Cappadocia University, Türkiye. They shared insights into sustainable filmmaking practices and the creative process behind “Neandria”. They discussed the importance of environmental sustainability in filmmaking and how it was implemented in the production of “Neandria”.
The panelists also explored the challenges and opportunities of sustainable filmmaking. They highlighted how filmmakers can leverage sustainable practices to not only minimize their environmental impact but also enhance the storytelling process. The discussion provided a comprehensive overview of sustainable filmmaking, offering valuable insights for filmmakers, film enthusiasts, and anyone interested in the intersection of art and sustainability.
During the discussion, the panelists provided specific examples from the filming of “Neandria” to illustrate sustainable practices in action. They highlighted how the production team implemented eco-friendly strategies at every stage of the filmmaking process. From the use of renewable energy sources for powering equipment to the careful selection of filming locations to minimize environmental impact, the making of “Neandria” served as a case study in sustainable filmmaking. The panelists’ insights underscored the feasibility and benefits of such practices, demonstrating that sustainability and creativity in filmmaking can go hand in hand. Their discussion served as a practical guide for filmmakers looking to adopt similar practices in their work.
This event offered a unique opportunity to highlight sustainable filmmaking and gain insights into the making of “Neandria”. It served as a platform for thought-provoking discussions and learning, shedding light on the importance of sustainability in the film industry and how it can contribute to a more sustainable future.

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