The Berlin Brandenburg Film Commission (BBFC) and Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg GmbH regularly invite you to BBFC Fokus web-talks on filming permit procedures in Berlin-Brandenburg.
The events are aimed at producers, all departments, especially production managers, production managers, location scouts and assistants, students, and production designers, and thus everyone involved with planning and implementation is involved in filming and will be.
The events are also aimed at motivators and representatives of authorities who are interested in exchanging ideas with other licensing authorities and in dialogue with filmmakers.
Recording kisses, nudity, physical closeness and sex - there is hardly a film or a serial format without them - romantically, criminally or even destructively told. But how are these intimate scenes played and filmed?
The #metoo movement got the discussion rolling and sensibilised the industry to start introducing changing conditions and production processes.
The Themis trust center against sexual harassment and violence in film, television and theater set the framework for the event and classified it thematically. Producer, actors and intimacy coordinator of the UFA serial drama production "Even Closer - hautnah" gave concrete insights into the work on the set - in front of and behind the camera.
The discussion focused on the following topics, among others
The event was moderated by Christiane Krone-Raab, head of the BBFC at Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg.
The Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg, Tourismus Marketing Brandenburg GmbH TMB, the representatives of the State of Brandenburg at the federal government and the Berlin Brandenburg Film Commission BBFC have been inviting representatives of Brandenburg tourism associations and tourist facilities as well as contact persons from districts and municipalities as well as Business funding for the event "Before the clapperboard clacks in Brandenburg".
This involves both the tourist re-use of filming and creating incentives to bring filming to the region.
Using best practice examples, the seminar provides suggestions for action for sustainable cooperation in the film and tourism industry and thus provides important impulses for the business location Brandenburg.
(See also: film tourism)