The 5th GREEN IMAGE FILM FESTIVAL

The 5th GREEN IMAGE FILM FESTIVAL

GREEN IMAGE FILM FESTIVAL provides an opportunity to think about the environment through film.

Date
March 23 Fri. – 25 Sun., 2018

March 23 Fri. 12:30 – 21:20 [doors open 12:15]
March 24 Sat. 11:00 – 18:40 [doors open 10:45]
March 25 Sun. 11:00 – 16:30 [doors open 10:45]
Result
Venue
Hibiya Library & Museum Convention Hall
(B1F 1-4 Hibiyakoen Chiyoda City Tokyo)
http://hibiyal.jp/var/rev0/0002/2268/2014101412039.pdf
Price
1,500yen one-day-ticket, 1,000yen one-day-ticket for Student, 3,000yen 3-days-tickest (Children/Youth under age 15 admission free)
Contact
GREEN IMAGE Film Comittee.
03-6451-2411
Contact
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Poster
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SCHEDULE

[Deadline of entry film]
October 31, Tue. 2017 Entry
[The 1st Preliminary]
December 2017
[The 2nd Preliminary]
January 2018

The 2nd Preliminary

Date
January 6 Sat. – 8 Mon., 2018
Venue
mont-bell Shibuya Store 5th floor
(11-5 Udagawacho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo)
The Films Selected for the 2nd Preliminary

(In order of the entry number)
Chippiyak Kamui, The Snipe God
(Japan / 2017 / 45mins. / Producer: NUMATA Mitsuhiro / Director: YAMAGAMI Noboru / Production: Hokkaido Television Broadcasting Co., Ltd. / Japanese)
Fukushima : A Record of Living Things Episode Five -Follow-Up
(Japan / 2017 / 95mins. / Producer: IWASAKI Masanori / Director: IWASAKI Masanori / Production: Gunzousha Co., Ltd. / Japanese)
Moon Bear Chronicle: Unraveling the Mysteries
(Japan / 2017 / 49mins. / Producer: IZU Hiroshi / Director: MATSUBAYASHI Akira / Production: NHK / NHK Enterprises, Inc. / Japanese)
Protectors of Firefly River
(Japan / 2017 / 90mins. / Producer: YAMADA Eiji, TSUJII Takayuki, EGUCHI Kouzou / Director: YAMADA Eiji / Production: Better than today. / Japanese)
Memories of Yakushima’s Forests in the Hearts of the People
(Japan / 2015 / 80 mins. / Producer : SHIBASAKI Shigemitsu / Director : SHIBASAKI Shigemitsu / Production : National Museum of Japanese History)
Dusk Chorus -based on Fragments of Extinction
(Italy / 2016 / 62mins. / Producer: Heidi GRONAUER, Lorenzo PACCAGNELLA / Director: Nika SARAVANJA & Alessandro d'EMILIA / Production: ZeLIG - School for Documentary / Italian, Spanish, English with English & Japanese Subtitles)
Shipping Pollution
(Sweden / 2015 / 55 mins. / Producer : Folke RYDEN / Director : Folke RYDEN / Production : Folke Ryden Production)
Beyond Fordlandia: An Environmental Account of Henry Ford’s Adventures in the Amazon
(USA, Brazil / 2017 / 75mins. / Producer: Marcos COLON / Director: Marcos COLON / Production: Amazonia Latitude Films / English with Japanese Subtitles)
A Small Difference
(France / 2016 / 4 mins. / Producer : Chloe DUMOULIN / Director : Chloe DUMOULIN / Production : Saint Genevieve Institut)
The Tiger Who Crossed the Line
(India / 2016 / 45 mins. / Producer : Earthcare Productions (P) Ltd. / Director : Kirshnendu BOSE / Production : Earthcare Productions (P) Ltd.)
Habitat
(Switzerland / 2016 / 2 mins. / Producer : Nicolas BURLET / Director : Marcel BARELLI / Production : Nadasdy film)
The Secrets of The Kimberley
(Australia / 2013 / 30 mins. / Producer : Trevor ALMEIDA / Director : Trevor ALMEIDA / Production : Geonewmedia / Distribution : Geonewmedia)
Anger in the Wind
(France / 2016 / 54mins. / Producer: Florent COULON / Director: Amina WEIRA / Production: VraiVrai Films / French, Tamasheq, Fula with English & Japanese Subtitles)
BE’JAM BE the Never Ending Song
(France,Switzerland / 2017 / 85mins. / Producer: Caroline PARIETTI & Cyprien PONSON / Director: Caroline PARIETTI & Cyprien PONSON / Production: Les Obliques / Penan with English & Japanese Subtitles)
The Fan
(Iran / 2014 / 7mins. / Producer: Fatemeh SOHANI / Director: Fatemeh SOHANI / Production: Barfak Animation Studio / No Dialogue)
The Dassie -A South African Survival Specialist
(Germany / 2017 / 52mins. / Producer: Annette SCHEURICH / Director: Marlen HUNDERTMARK / Production: Marco Polo Film AG / English with Japanese Subtitles)
Australia, The Desert Continent
(France / 2016 / 52 mins. / Producer : Thierry BERROD – Mona Lisa Production / Director : Quincy RUSSELL / Production : Mona Lisa Production)
Ranger and Leopard
(Iran / 2017 / 53mins. / Producer: Fathollah AMIRI / Director: Fathollah AMIRI / Production: Wildlife Pictures Institute / Persian with English & Japanese Subtitles)
Mundiya Kepanga, the Voice of the Forest
(France / 2017 / 85mins. / Producer: Muriel BARRA / Director: Marc DOZIER, Luc MARESCOT / Production: Lato Sensu Productions / English with Japanese Subtitles)
Fighting Air Pollution
(Taiwan / 2016 / 18mins. / Producer: HUANG Hung-Ju / Director: HUANG Hung-Ju / Production: Hakka TV Station / Hakka, Chinese with English & Japanese Subtitles)
Search for Satoyama
(Taiwan / 2017 / 53 mins. / Producer : ILI Lo / Director : CHENG HuiLing / Production : Hakka TV Station)
Safe Passage for Sea Turtles
(Taiwan / 2016 / 31mins. / Producer: YU Li-Ping / Director: 于 立平 (ユー・リーピン) & 陳 添寶 (チェン・テンポオ) / Production: Taiwan Public Television Service / Chinese with English & Japanese Subtitles)
A Fight for Hometown
(Taiwan / 2016 / 90 mins. / Producer : HUANG Shu-Mei / Director : HUANG Shu-Mei / Production : Natural Image Limited Company)
Macoconi -The Roots of Our Children
(Mozambique / 2017 / 35mins. / Producer: Alexandre COELHO / Director: Fabio RIBEIRO / Production: ANIMA - Creative Studio / Portuguese, Makwe with English & Japanese Subtitles)
In the Crosshairs
(Iran / 2016 / 6mins. / Producer: Hamidreza JAVE / Director: Marzieh KHEIRKHAH / No Dialogue)
Thalatta
(Greece / 2017 / 50 mins. / Producer : George VAGENAS / Director : Triantafyllia DIMOPOULOU / Production : Ocean’s14)
Panic Stations
(Belgium / 2017 / 9 mins. / Producer : Jean-Luc SLOCK / Director : 19 Children / Production : Camera-etc / Distribution : Camera-etc)
Chiripajas
(Spain, Russia / 2017 / 2mins. / Producer: Olga POLIEKTOVA and Jaume QUILES / Director: Olga POLIEKTOVA and Jaume QUILES / Production: Olga POLIEKTOVA and Jaume QUILES / No Dialogue)
Toxic Bees: Human Intervention
(Taiwan / 2017 / 59 mins. / Producer : LAI Yen-Ming / Director : LAI Yen-Ming / Production : Taiwan Public Television Service Foundation / Distribution : Taiwan Public Television Service Foundation)
Program Mar. 23 Fri. [Open 12:15] 12:30 – 21:20
12:30
The Fan

(Iran / 2014 / 7mins. / No Dialogue / Producer: Fatemeh SOHANI / Director: Fatemeh SOHANI / Production: Barfak Animation Studio)

A story about an old fan that scares of being recycled...

12:40
In the Crosshairs

(Iran / 2016 / 6mins. / No Dialogue / Producer: Hamidreza JAVE / Director: Marzieh KHEIRKHAH)

A soldier finds a bird's nest with eggs in the tank gun. Despite his inner desire, he is forced to fight and blow up a village as his commander's order.

12:46
BE’JAM BE the Never Ending Song

(France,Switzerland / 2017 / 85mins. / Penan with English & Japanese Subtitles / Producer: Caroline PARIETTI & Cyprien PONSON / Director: Caroline PARIETTI & Cyprien PONSON / Production: Les Obliques)

< Don’t lose your heart > “BE’ JAM BE” is a film-forest, a cry for action, a theatre of shadows told in the Penan language and set within the deepest jungles of Borneo, from the midst of which the incantational song of the invisibles emerges.

– Intermission –
14:30
Chippiyak Kamui, The Snipe God

(Japan / 2017 / 45mins. / Japanese / Producer: NUMATA Mitsuhiro / Director: YAMAGAMI Noboru / Production: Hokkaido Television Broadcasting Co., Ltd.)

The Latham’s Snipe is a bird that migrates 10,000 kilometers between Japan and Australia, but the route it takes has always been a mystery. To reveal its route for the first time ever, small transmitters are attached to the birds. Drawing inspiration from the myth of indigenous people in Hokkaido, the film uses a bird's point of view to show the natural beauty of Hokkaido and Australia as well as rapid urban development, the effects of economic growth, and the lives of people living in these regions.

Producer’s TalkMr. NUMATA Mitsuhiro(Producer) / Mr. TAKEYAMA ShiroGeneral Manager of public relations of Montbell Co. Ltd.

15:35
Dusk Chorus -ased on Fragments of Extinction

(Italy / 2016 / 62mins. / Italian, Spanish, English with English & Japanese Subtitles / Producer: Heidi GRONAUER, Lorenzo PACCAGNELLA / Director: Nika SARAVANJA & Alessandro d'EMILIA / Production: ZeLIG - School for Documentary)

Follow the eco-acoustic composer David MONACCHI on his quest to record pure continuous 24-hour 3D soundscapes in the area with the world’s highest biodiversity in Ecuador’s remote primary forests. A unique listening experience of fragments of the disappearing sonic heritage of millions of years of evolution.

– Intermission –
16:50
Chiripajas

(Spain, Russia / 2017 / 2mins. / No Dialogue / Producer: Olga POLIEKTOVA and Jaume QUILES / Director: Olga POLIEKTOVA and Jaume QUILES / Production: Olga POLIEKTOVA and Jaume QUILES)

Ecological film about big adventure of one small turtle which is trying to find his family.

16:55
Safe Passage for Sea Turtles

(Taiwan / 2016 / 31mins. / Chinese with English & Japanese Subtitles / Producer: YU Li-Ping / Director: 于 立平 (ユー・リーピン) & 陳 添寶 (チェン・テンポオ) / Production: Taiwan Public Television Service)

There is a resident of our modern seas with a venerable lineage that stretches back to the age of the dinosaurs. Today, sea turtles roam the earth’s oceans much as their ancestors did tens of millions of years ago. However, despite their ancient pedigree and long natural lifespan, the detritus of modern civilization now poses an unprecedented existential threat to the future of these graceful angels of the ocean.

Director’s TalkMs. YU Li-Ping(Director)

– Intermission –
18:00
Mundiya Kepanga, the Voice of the Forest

(France / 2017 / 85mins. / English with Japanese Subtitles / Producer: Muriel BARRA / Director: Marc DOZIER, Luc MARESCOT / Production: Lato Sensu Productions / Distribution: ZED)

Mundiya Kepanga, a Papuan chief of the Huli tribe in Papua-New-Guinea, is a voice from the forest who speaks poetically, humorously and philosophically about nature and trees. By sharing with us his ancestors’ prophecy, he alerts us about the situation of his primary forest and the tragedy of deforestation. His message makes us question the future of Humankind by reminding us that we are all the brothers of the trees.

– Intermission –
19:35
Protectors of Firefly River

(Japan / 2017 / 90mins. / Japanese / Producer: YAMADA Eiji, TSUJII Takayuki, EGUCHI Kouzou / Director: YAMADA Eiji / Production: Better than today. / Distribution: BunBun films Co., ltd.)

About half a century ago, the project of constructing a dam came up on the Koubaru district at Kawatana town in Nagasaki prefecture where traditional countryside foresty environment, so called Satoyama, remains. Residents in the district have been at the mercy of the dam project. There are 13 families remaining at the site today and 54 people live like a family. Every morning, grandmothers gather at the front of the barricade and sit down there in order to oppose entering construction vehicles. The construction of Ishiki dam has been accomplished against the will of local residents. This film illustrates the strong thought of each people protecting his or her lives as equal to protect their hometown environment.

Director’s TalkMr. YAMADA Eiji(Director)

*Schedule is subject to change without notice.
Program March 24 Sat. [Open 10:45] 11:00 – 18:40
11:00
Fighting Air Pollution

(Taiwan / 2016 / 18mins. / Hakka, Chinese with English & Japanese Subtitles / Producer: HUANG Hung-Ju / Director: HUANG Hung-Ju / Production: Hakka TV Station)

Have you heard of PM2.5? Do you know that air pollution has drawn the world’s attention? By the end of 2015, people were fighting against air pollution everywhere in Taiwan. So the reporters of “Octopus News” joined the demonstrations with their microphones. In our capital Taipei, there were over 10,000 people in a demonstration. Parents took their children along in the streets, dressing themselves up and singing beautifully to fight against air pollution. In Kaohsiung, the industrial city in the southern part of Taiwan, two groups of victims at the ages of 10 and 60 lived on the two sides of a mountain. They had different problems and stories. Facing the huge industrial monster, what do the children think? And what is the prospect that we may have?

11:20
Beyond Fordlandia: An Environmental Account of Henry Ford’s Adventures in the Amazon

(USA, Brazil / 2017 / 75mins. / English with Japanese Subtitles / Producer: Marcos COLON / Director: Marcos COLON / Production: Amazonia Latitude Films)

Written directed and produced by Marcos COLON, “Beyond Fordlandia” presents an environmental account of Henry Ford’s Amazon experience decades after its failure. The story addressed by the film begins in 1927, when the Ford Motor Company attempted to establish rubber plantations on the Tapajos River, a primary tributary of the Amazon. This film addresses the recent transition from failed rubber to successful soybean cultivation for export. What are the lessons to be learned from today’s ecological experimentation and in particular from the Fordlandia experience?

– Intermission –
12:45
The Dassie -A South African Survival Specialist

(Germany / 2017 / 52mins. / English with Japanese Subtitles / Producer: Annette SCHEURICH / Director: Marlen HUNDERTMARK / Production: Marco Polo Film AG)

This film is about the nature of the coastline in South Africa. Its focus is the world of dassies. We gain insights into their life from birth to adulthood and by following a particularly bold young dassie, we find out more about his family, how they behave and what dangers they face in their daily lives.

Director’s TalkMs. Marlen HUNDERTMARK(Director)

– Intermission –
14:40
Moon Bear Chronicle: Unraveling the Mysteries

(Japan / 2017 / 49mins. / Japanese / Producer: IZU Hiroshi / Director: MATSUBAYASHI Akira / Production: NHK / NHK Enterprises, Inc.)

This is the first time record in motion picture of infanticide of Asian black bear as “the assault of life conflict”. Witnessing the drama beyond imagination, I would like to feel the audience to find the harsh reality of keeping lives in nature and the irreplaceable meaning of “Living”. I would also like to inform the way of facing the nature for human beings throughout from warm heart touching contacts between bears and the animal photographer committed to the mountain for 28 years.

Director’s TalkMr. MATSUBAYASHI Akira(Director)

15:45
Ranger and Leopard

(Iran / 2017 / 53mins. / Persian with English & Japanese Subtitles / Producer: Fathollah AMIRI / Director: Fathollah AMIRI / Production: Wildlife Pictures Institute)

Halvani, a hard-working ranger hears about the presence of a Persian Leopard in area under his protection in Isfahan (a city in central Iran). But nobody has spotted any Persian Leopard there for about forty years. Halvani suspects that there are traces of Persian Leopard. But he faces lots of problems.

– Intermission –
16:50
Fukushima : A Record of Living Things Episode Five -Follow-Up

(Japan / 2017 / 95mins. / Japanese / Producer: IWASAKI Masanori / Director: IWASAKI Masanori / Production: Gunzousha Co., Ltd. / Distribution: Gunzousha Co., Ltd.)

The film is the 5th record of capturing health damage onto the “living things” by the radiation of Tokyo Electric Power Company’s Fukushima Daiichi nuclear accident. The record has been continuously tracking on the research for marine lives and surveys as well as investing swallows and Japanese monkeys and more. There are strong messages from the researchers who are trying to visualize invisible radioactive damage on animal and plants. The film pictures the current site in seven years from the accident.

Director’s TalkMr. IWASAKI Masanori(Director)

*Schedule is subject to change without notice.
Program March 25 Sun [Open 10:45] 11:00 – 16:30
11:00
Macoconi -The Roots of Our Children

(Mozambique / 2017 / 35mins. / Portuguese, Makwe with English & Japanese Subtitles / Producer: Alexandre COELHO / Director: Fabio RIBEIRO / Production: ANIMA - Creative Studio / Distribution: ANIMA - Creative Studio)

With the second largest mangrove area in Africa, Mozambique is now witnessing the unsustainable extraction of its resources. This destruction is beginning to have an impact on the climate. And in the subsistence of families who always relied on the little they could extract from the mangrove.

Director’s TalkMr. Fabio RIBEIRO(Director)

11:45
Anger in the Wind

(France / 2016 / 54mins. / French, Tamasheq, Fula with English & Japanese Subtitles / Producer: Florent COULON / Director: Amina WEIRA / Production: VraiVrai Films)

In my hometown, Arlit, north of Niger, Areva has been mining uranium since 1976. Nowadays, an important part of the region is contaminated. Radioactivity is invisible, and the population is not informed of all the risks involved. During the year, heavy winds blow and cover up the whole city. These dusty winds spread radioactive substances. Everyone seeks shelter. The city calms down, and all activity stops.

Director’s TalkMs. Amina WEIRA(Director)

– Intermission –
14:00

Special Program – Symposium : “Traditional Knowledge and Emerging Technology -the Key to Our Future”

[Guest Speaker]
Mr. KAN MasahiroProfessor of Meiji Gakuin University Graduate School / President of Grameen Nippon Preparatory Organization
Mr. GODA MakotoCEO of Nippon Biodiesel Fuel Co.,Ltd.
Mr. IWAMA TakashiRepresentative Director of Japan Horse Logging Association
[Facilitator]
ODACHI AikoExective Director of GREEN IMAGE Film Comitee
– Intermission –
15:30

Award Ceremony

[Jurors]
Mr. UKAI SatoshiProfessor of Graduate School of Language and Society, Hitotsubashi University
Mr. OKADA HidenoriCurator of Film, National Film Center, The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo
Ms. YASUKAWA KasumiDeputy Director of Renewable Energy Research Center, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
[Greeting from the President of GREEN FILM Committee]
SATO TadaoFilm Critic, Honorary President of Japan Institute of the Moving Image
*Schedule is subject to change without notice.

Result of The 5th GREEN IMAGE FILM FESTIVAL

Number of Applications
214
Number of Participating Countries (including Regions)
53
Screened films
17 films (17 award-winning films)
GREEN IMAGE Grand Prize
BE’JAM BE the Never Ending Song

(France,Switzerland / 2017 / 85mins. / Penan with English & Japanese Subtitles / Producer: Caroline PARIETTI & Cyprien PONSON / Director: Caroline PARIETTI & Cyprien PONSON / Production: Les Obliques)

Jurors’ Special Prize
Chippiyak Kamui, The Snipe God

(Japan / 2017 / 45mins. / Japanese / Producer: NUMATA Mitsuhiro / Director: YAMAGAMI Noboru / Production: Hokkaido Television Broadcasting Co., Ltd.)

Anger in the Wind

(France / 2016 / 54mins. / French, Tamasheq, Fula with English & Japanese Subtitles / Producer: Florent COULON / Director: Amina WEIRA / Production: VraiVrai Films)

GREEN IMAGE Award
The Fan

(Iran / 2014 / 7mins. / No Dialogue / Producer: Fatemeh SOHANI / Director: Fatemeh SOHANI / Production: Barfak Animation Studio)

In the Crosshairs

(Iran / 2016 / 6mins. / No Dialogue / Producer: Hamidreza JAVE / Director: Marzieh KHEIRKHAH)

Dusk Chorus -ased on Fragments of Extinction

(Italy / 2016 / 62mins. / Italian, Spanish, English with English & Japanese Subtitles / Producer: Heidi GRONAUER, Lorenzo PACCAGNELLA / Director: Nika SARAVANJA & Alessandro d'EMILIA / Production: ZeLIG - School for Documentary)

Chiripajas

(Spain, Russia / 2017 / 2mins. / No Dialogue / Producer: Olga POLIEKTOVA and Jaume QUILES / Director: Olga POLIEKTOVA and Jaume QUILES / Production: Olga POLIEKTOVA and Jaume QUILES)

Safe Passage for Sea Turtles

(Taiwan / 2016 / 31mins. / Chinese with English & Japanese Subtitles / Producer: YU Li-Ping / Director: 于 立平 (ユー・リーピン) & 陳 添寶 (チェン・テンポオ) / Production: Taiwan Public Television Service)

Mundiya Kepanga, the Voice of the Forest

(France / 2017 / 85mins. / English with Japanese Subtitles / Producer: Muriel BARRA / Director: Marc DOZIER, Luc MARESCOT / Production: Lato Sensu Productions / Distribution: ZED)

Protectors of Firefly River

(Japan / 2017 / 90mins. / Japanese / Producer: YAMADA Eiji, TSUJII Takayuki, EGUCHI Kouzou / Director: YAMADA Eiji / Production: Better than today. / Distribution: BunBun films Co., ltd.)

Fighting Air Pollution

(Taiwan / 2016 / 18mins. / Hakka, Chinese with English & Japanese Subtitles / Producer: HUANG Hung-Ju / Director: HUANG Hung-Ju / Production: Hakka TV Station)

Beyond Fordlandia: An Environmental Account of Henry Ford’s Adventures in the Amazon

(USA, Brazil / 2017 / 75mins. / English with Japanese Subtitles / Producer: Marcos COLON / Director: Marcos COLON / Production: Amazonia Latitude Films)

The Dassie -A South African Survival Specialist

(Germany / 2017 / 52mins. / English with Japanese Subtitles / Producer: Annette SCHEURICH / Director: Marlen HUNDERTMARK / Production: Marco Polo Film AG)

Moon Bear Chronicle: Unraveling the Mysteries

(Japan / 2017 / 49mins. / Japanese / Producer: IZU Hiroshi / Director: MATSUBAYASHI Akira / Production: NHK / NHK Enterprises, Inc.)

Ranger and Leopard

(Iran / 2017 / 53mins. / Persian with English & Japanese Subtitles / Producer: Fathollah AMIRI / Director: Fathollah AMIRI / Production: Wildlife Pictures Institute)

Fukushima : A Record of Living Things Episode Five -Follow-Up

(Japan / 2017 / 95mins. / Japanese / Producer: IWASAKI Masanori / Director: IWASAKI Masanori / Production: Gunzousha Co., Ltd. / Distribution: Gunzousha Co., Ltd.)

Macoconi -The Roots of Our Children

(Mozambique / 2017 / 35mins. / Portuguese, Makwe with English & Japanese Subtitles / Producer: Alexandre COELHO / Director: Fabio RIBEIRO / Production: ANIMA - Creative Studio / Distribution: ANIMA - Creative Studio)

Jurors
Mr. UKAI SatoshiProfessor of Graduate School of Language and Society, Hitotsubashi University
Mr. OKADA HidenoriCurator of Film, National Film Center, The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo
Ms. YASUKAWA KasumiDeputy Director of Renewable Energy Research Center, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
Host
GREEN IMAGE Film Comittee
Grant
Japan Arts Council
Sponsors
mont-bell Co.,Ltd. 株式会社新越ワークス Saikai Sangyo Corporation Shogakukan Inc. NICHINOKEN MIKUNI Passo Passo Ltd. KOUSAIDO studio. JAMANDFIX
Support
Ministry of Foreign AffairsMinistry of Agriculture, Forestry and FisheriesCabinet OfficeAgency for Cultural AffairsTokyo Metropolitan GovernmentThe Japan FoundationJunior Chamber International Japan, Inc.
Cooperation
Green Film NetworkEcomove InternationalJapan Environmental Education ForumThe Mitsubishi UFJ Environment FoundationShinjuku Environmental Activity NetworkProject for Our Future LabHuman and Eco PlanningEcology OnlineGroup Gendai Films Co., Ltd.Banzai DesignREALROCKDESIGNJapan Forest Biomass NetworkSustainlife Co., Ltd.Westa Co., Ltd.NPO ShinrinNippon Biodiesel Fuel Co., Ltd.Aomori Biomass Energy Promotion CouncilForestArtSonraku CorporationJapan Horse Logging AssociationJapanese Horse LoggersThe Kiso Horse Conservation Association