A nice nod to friends of the the CSPA Enci and Stephen Box on their sustainable film making!
â€œI would like to believe that because Iâ€™m starting it out right I will have it better and easier.â€ says Enci Box, actress, co-founder of Rebel Without A Car Productions and the green-minded first-time director of a short film â€œAt What Price?â€ The project is one of the very first film productions that apply the rules of the Code of Best Practices in Sustainable Filmmaking in the production process. â€œI donâ€™t believe in purchasing offsets because I think that is bull!â€,â€ says Enci. â€œEverybody who has money can pretend to be green by paying other people off and that, to me, is bribery. It doesnâ€™t do the community or the planet any good.â€
via A Rebel Without A Car Productions Green Production | StubDog // Events.
Some friends of the CSPA, Stephen and Enci Box, are leading this fantastic project to produce a film sustainably. Here is an excerpt from the article on Greenwala:
On the set of “At What Price” made possible by Rebel Without A Car Productions, you wont see any cars parked around but you will see bikes galore! All ranging from beach crusiers, to Xtracycles to homemade bicycles with trailers.On the first day, everyone showed up on their bike, introductions where made, speeches said then it was off to get the equipment. I was given an Xtracycle to ride across town since it was capable of holding A LOT more then my little basket could and we needed to pick up some heavy equipment. Most of the cast and crew got to andÂ from set using a bike or by taking the bus I must admit, living over 30 miles away made me the black sheep on this crew, as I drove to set everyday but everyone put in the effort not to make a huge carbon footprint.
After venturing through the back streets of Hollywood, we showed up to Castex Rentals to very surprised looks from the Castex employees. At first they didnt really believe we where going to haul all of this film equipment on just bicycles alone, they even started laughing as we started figuring out what could go where. We got to work on loading up the bikes, strapping down c-stands, piling up sand bags, finding room for apple boxes, etc. After the nice men at Castex finally realized we where the real deal, they jumped right in and started helping load stuff, then of course started taking pictures to share with everyone from their camera phones. I dont blame them; we ARE the first generation Greenseters after all.