Category Archives: Global Action Plan Sweden

Much love from Stockholm!

Project Green participants (left to right) Susannah Tantemsapya, Giang Ngyen, Geetika Sudip and Sudip Joshy, and NOMAD Films co-Founder and Project Green Director (second from left) Ari Allansson preparing for the screenings in Stockholm! Outside of Bio Rio Cinema, in

Much love from Stockholm!

Project Green participants (left to right) Susannah Tantemsapya, Giang Ngyen, Geetika Sudip and Sudip Joshy, and NOMAD Films co-Founder and Project Green Director (second from left) Ari Allansson preparing for the screenings in Stockholm! Outside of Bio Rio Cinema, in

Project Green Goes to Stockholm!!!

As you know well, back in April NOMAD Films and partner Global Action Plan Sweden launched Project Green, a sustainable filmmaking initiative in which five production teams – from the United Kingdom, India, Vietnam and the United States – were

Project Green Goes to Stockholm!!!

As you know well, back in April NOMAD Films and partner Global Action Plan Sweden launched Project Green, a sustainable filmmaking initiative in which five production teams – from the United Kingdom, India, Vietnam and the United States – were

Final Shoot Completed

We were fortunate enough to complete the final schedule of shooting in Rajasthan , on 13th Sept. The maharajah couldnt give us more time as agreed before, but we could get more of Rajendra Singh (popularly known as Waterman or

Final Shoot Completed

We were fortunate enough to complete the final schedule of shooting in Rajasthan , on 13th Sept. The maharajah couldnt give us more time as agreed before, but we could get more of Rajendra Singh (popularly known as Waterman or

Climate is what we expect, weather is what we get…

“Climate is what we expect, weather is what we get.”  Mark Twain It’s the last day of our Kickstarter campaign, it’s been a long haul! Our acceptance to Project Green had accelerated our entire filmmaking process. It’s totally kicking my

Climate is what we expect, weather is what we get…

“Climate is what we expect, weather is what we get.”  Mark Twain It’s the last day of our Kickstarter campaign, it’s been a long haul! Our acceptance to Project Green had accelerated our entire filmmaking process. It’s totally kicking my

GREASE LIGHTING – Handcrafted Films – UPDATE #2

  We are led through a procession of passageways, slowly working our way down into the basement levels. The passageways are all lit with different coloured bulbs; orange, red, green, purple. The effect is not dissimilar to a submarine control

GREASE LIGHTING – Handcrafted Films – UPDATE #2

  We are led through a procession of passageways, slowly working our way down into the basement levels. The passageways are all lit with different coloured bulbs; orange, red, green, purple. The effect is not dissimilar to a submarine control

GREASE LIGHTING – Handcrafted Films – UPDATE #1

We have just returned from an interesting recce to Uptown Oils in South London near the historic regions of Borough and Southwark, the world of Shakespeare, the foggy swirling Thames (although it has shimmered almost invitingly in the heat wave

GREASE LIGHTING – Handcrafted Films – UPDATE #1

We have just returned from an interesting recce to Uptown Oils in South London near the historic regions of Borough and Southwark, the world of Shakespeare, the foggy swirling Thames (although it has shimmered almost invitingly in the heat wave

THE HOUSE CLEARER Update (by Paul Redman)

Last week I walked to see Peter, our main character, on two separate occasions and with every step my heart sank deeper. I arrived at his shop on Tuesday to remind him of the conversation we had about our short

THE HOUSE CLEARER Update (by Paul Redman)

Last week I walked to see Peter, our main character, on two separate occasions and with every step my heart sank deeper. I arrived at his shop on Tuesday to remind him of the conversation we had about our short