Can you make a film and still be green?

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Megan Griffiths think so!  Come discuss why and how:

The Off Hours and the Sustainable Style Foundation (SSF) will be co-hosting a Strategy Salon this Wednesday (12/15) from 4-6pm in theater two at the Northwest Film Forum.  We will use The Off Hours as a case study and discuss ways in which future productions can run their sets in a more environmentally and socially conscious manner.

The Off Hours is the first film to be granted the SSFTag in recognition of their sustainable practices. The production was also awarded a grant from local arts organization 4Culture for their efforts in this area.  The film will be premiering at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival.

This event is free and open to the public.  Beverages provided by local sponsor Dry Soda.

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