Cinema signs its ecological transition

DECRYPTION – The shoots are organized to be “clean”, with a carbon footprint, short circuits, solar panels, rainwater harvesting or a vegetarian canteen. At the Cannes Film Festival, competing teams are encouraged to travel on foot. At the instigation of the CNC, the seventh art is going green.

He could have demanded a driver. Instead, on the set of Frosted heads, by Stéphane Cazes, in Chamonix, “Clovis Cornillac had brought his bike, says producer Yves Darondeau. Every day, he cycled for miles ”. Claudia Tagbo, who also stars in this film, was surprised when she got to the makeup. No more disposable cotton, make way for washable cleansing wipes. “She quickly adopted these fabrics made in Dordogne”, testifies the makeup artist, Garance Van Rossum. In the canteen, “The meat came from the slaughterhouse in the Mont-Blanc region. Cheeses, from the Val d’Aly cooperative, details Chef Zoé Smalley. I only served sea fish three times. I also had a compost collected on a cargo bike, which allowed me to have a full garbage bag only twice a week. For 200 meals a day, that’s good. ”

Co-founder of the Bonne Pioche group, Yves Darondeau is one of the pioneers of “clean” filming. “All our little measures can make you smile

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