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However, it is also a film about the impact plastic is having on our world. The price of producing plastic has been decreasing for decades, while the human and environmental costs have grown dramatically. In little more than a century, plastic has gone from being hailed as a scientific wonder to being reviled as a serious environmental threat.
This film presents the reflection of top scientists on how to turn a sad development, it also tells stories of passionate and innovative people working on solutions on how to reduce plastic pollution. In addition, the film presents high profile brands carrying out corporate social innovations contributing to solving our plastic problem.
While the environmental movement has faced its fair share of setbacks recently, we trust the scientists, researchers, and engineers creating technologies for a more sustainable future. With this film, we wish to focus on the importance of science and innovation to combat this growing societal and environmental challenge. The Future of Plastic is a documentary film that pulls back the curtain on the untold story and wishes to combat the misinformation that unfortunately often characterizes this issue. In this way, we wish to create a debate on the importance of a cultural change and innovation to solve the major societal and environmental challenge we face today.
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Through creative storytelling, documentary techniques, and innovative artistic approaches we provide cinematic value with strong characters and lasting quality, giving the audience a unique and insightful experience. Combining interviews with evocative footage from everyday life in a captivating and original form, we bring individual and inspiring stories forward. We provide a strong visual expression with the film team’s experienced and internationally acclaimed cinematographer, Benjamin Kirk Nielsen. Producer Jacob Levin Krogh ensures a high production value, a smooth process, and makes sure that all competencies and resources come into play in the best possible way. With more than fifteen years of experience in using film for beneficial behavior change, award-winning director Simon de Tusch-Lec aims for excellence, engagement and human essence. The film team strives for personal stories about being human in this world, told through talent, passion, dreams and experience. Interviews emphasizes decisive moments and critical breakthroughs in research and life. It’s about who they are and how their story will inspire others. Here are relevant examples of products produced by us. See movecph.com/ourwork for additional examples.
Sustainable Recycled Plastic Glass: This year, Roskilde Festival took an important step in the fight against plastic waste and for a more circular business model at festivals. From this year’s festivals, a completely new and sustainable recycled plastic glass, developed by Carlsberg in collaboration with NorthSide, Tinderbox, Roskilde festival and GREEN, was introduced.
Sustainable Fashion: Emerging fashion designers and entrepreneurs are the future of sustainable apparel. Students at the Fashion Institute at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts are encouraged to engage in critical, innovative approaches to the practice of fashion, clothing and textile design both as a creative practice and a global industry.
What is Home: “Do I miss my family? Yes. You miss everything. You miss birthdays, anniversaries and Christmas. All those occasions. You’re not there. That is really hard.” Cassandra Lemoine is paying a price for pursuing her dreams.
Health Care: Documentary film (16 min) on the importance of patient involvement for both staff and patients at Rigshospitalet. What is the significance of light and environment for patients’ healing? How can patient involvement contribute to more effective treatment?
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