Running a Green Production w/ Mischa Jakupcak
Pay what you wish at a $5, $10, or $15 sliding scale price!
We encourage those with the means to choose a higher ticket price to offset production costs and help subsidize fees for others.
Join filmmaker/producer Mischa Jakupcak for a discussion about green filmmaking, ways to save money, reuse, recycle and build a sustainable film community. Productions can be wasteful environments. Let’s support each other’s efforts to live up to a new normal for productions in our region.
Mischa recently did this successfully via the shooting of Wes Hurley’s feature film, Potato Dreams of America.
Mischa Jakupcak is an award-winning filmmaker from Missoula, Montana. She has a BA in creative writing from University of Arizona and a MA in Filmmaking from the London Film School. She’s worked on over thirty features in the Northwest, ranging from indies to multimillion dollar features. She has produced numerous films such as The Off Hours (Sundance ’11), The Immortal Augustus Gladstone, East of the Mountains, Little Potato (Grand Jury winner SXSW ’17) and VR pieces such as Potato Dreams (AFI ’17), Chaak’ Saagi (TIFF ’16) and Mildred Bailey Sings (2019). She directed Skeleton Flower, a four piece VR music experience with Degenerate Art Ensemble and is producing Potato Dreams of America. Whether writing, directing or producing, Mischa seeks to create original stories with cutting edge technologies, aspiring to offer audiences extraordinary experiences.