Projects


INTERNATIONAL SUMMER UNIVERSITY

Curso de VerãoThe International Summer University is a continuing education project aimed at professionals in the field of Cinema, Radio, Television, Publicity, Communication, Environment and New Media. The focus of the project is to develop new ways of communicating issues related to Climate Change and Renewable Energies through short films and Internet campaigns. 
  www.uinternacional.com.br


FILMAMBIENTE – INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL FILM FESTIVAL RIO DE JANEIRO

FilmambienteSince its first edition in 2011, Michael Greif is one of the curators ofFilmambiente, the first environmental festival of Rio de Janeiro. Each year the festival shows over 60 films, of several genres, all about environment and sustainability.
  www.filmambiente.com





EARTH SEEN FROM THE SKY - PROJECT PARTICIPATION

Photo Exhibition of Yann Arthus-Bertrand. In the framework of the project of the French photographer Yann Arthus-Bertrand "Earth Seen From the Sky" ON Media was responsible for the translation of 130 photo-headlines and texts for the Brazilian catalogue of the exhibition. The project was a huge success and travelled through several cities such as Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte, Brasília and São Paulo.
  www.terravistadoceu.com


FILM SERIES CLIMATE.CULTURE.CHANGE

Klima.Kultur.WandelThe film series Climate.Culture.Change (Klima.Kultur.Wandel) focused on the social dimension of climate change – the human being as perpetrator, victim and key to problem solving. This series of films contained twelve titles produced in several countries.
  www.goethe.de


PLANET.MOVE – FILM SERIES ABOUT GLOBALIZATION AND ENVIRONMENT

planet.moveThe film series planet.move included outstanding film and TV productions highlighting a range of environmental and social aspects, like climate change, globalization, loss of biodiversity and agriculture, among others. The film screenings took place in different cities and regions across Brazil, including São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Curitiba, Salvador, Recife and Porto Alegre followed by discussions with the audiences, workshops and exhibitions. The project was made in cooperation with the Goethe-Institut Brazil, with the support of the German Ministry of the Environment.