What is our goal?

Green Ice Camera is a project initiated by an international team consisting of the media company Ice-9 (NO), Lapland University of Applied Sciences (FI), the media company WebbOn (SE) and LLC Art Media Service (RU). It emerged from a recognition of the special needs and conditions in the north of Norway, Sweden, Finland and Russia.

The aim of the project is to provide information, resources and tools for media producers to plan for and adapt their productions to be more considerate of vulnerable ecosystems and local communities in the Barents region. We hope that this will also be helpful for people working in other parts of the Arctic.

The project started in 2020 and was financed by Kolarctic CBC EU Finland, Norway, Russia, Sweden, The Norwegian Barents Secretariat, the SkatteFUNN scheme, the regional governments of Västerbotten and Norrbotten and the partners themselves (Lapland University of Applied Sciences, WebbOn, LLC Media Service and Ice-9).

Action Planner

With the Action Planner you can set up a production plan which include action steps to help you make a more sustainable production. You will find more in-depth information connected to the action steps in the Green Ice Camera guide.

Green Ice Camera Guide

The Gree Ice Camera guide is a collection of resources and information to help you understand the special conditions of the
Barents region. The guide also includes self-assessment questions and the action steps from the Action Planner. All of this combined will help you make decissions for
your production.

Digital Map

The Digital Map will show you the location of other production companies and service providers
in the Barents region. Contact information is added to make it easier to connect. The more people who sign up to be present on the map, the better.

Core Partners

Ice-9 is a Tromsø- based media company producing documentary feature films and shorts, podcasts, interactive AR/VR, and visual art as part of exhibitions, with a special focus on science communication, climate and the future. Ice-9 also facilitates participatory workshops and live events with a focus on social change. Ice-9 is leveraging technology, art, and virtual media platforms for co-creation, experiential design, dissemination of knowledge, and interaction of ideas.

Lapland University of Applied Sciences is a non-profit higher education establishment which started its operations in 2014. Lapland UAS’s Digital Solutions’s campus in Tornio, campus of Digital Solutions located in Tornio, offershas degree programmes in Digital Visual Arts, Media, IT and Business. Lapland UAS’s research, development and innovation (RDI) activities are multidisciplinary and almost unparalleled in scope among Finnish universities of applied sciences. RDI is closely linked with teaching and regional development. 

Webbon has been working in the field of media production in the nNorth of Sweden for the last ten10 years. During this time Webbon created six6 documentary films, whose main characters are people in difficult living conditions. For three years, from 2016 to 2019, Webbon has coordinated the Swedish participation inat the film festival Northern Ccharacter in Murmansk, which is an official meeting platform for the film industry in the Barents region.

LLC Art Media Service was established on February 14, 2013, in Murmansk, Russia. The main activity of the company is media and entertainment. Additionally, it functions as a news and travel agency and as a consulting agency for business and management. Since 2013, the company has been participating in the organiszation of the international film festival “Northern Character”.