Greenlit

SXSW Film 2010

Despite the rumors, the world is a pretty ok place. Amidst the talk of global warming, fuel prices and the Kardashians…there is this whole “Green Initiative.” So what does it mean for a project or institution to go green anyways? Miranda Bailey would be happy to tell you what it means, and how it just might be more than you bargain for.

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Greenlit

As I’ve mentioned time and time again (and time again, mind you) in reviews of documentaries, there’s a certain “lightning in a bottle” element to creating a cinematic experience out of a real life situation. It is impossible to manufacture a story where no story exists, and even more difficult to craft a story out of a little bit of story. Such is the case with Greenlit, the eco-friendly doc about making a movie that has less of an impact on our environment.

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Here in Texas, we are more brown than green. I say that because all the grass is usually pretty dead. It’s hot here. But here in Austin, saving the environment is a pretty big deal, as well. But our efforts — mighty as they may be — are nothing in comparison with the tree-hugging liberalism of Hollywood. Or so you might think. In the new documentary Greenlit, director Miranda Bailey explores the world of “green” or eco-friendly filmmaking and how it works (or doesn’t work) in the real world.

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