The Green Film Company is a New York based producer and financier of non-fiction film, television, and web content. Our films focus on subjects affecting the world community - energy and resource depletion, economic and social justice, innovation and discovery. We are looking for projects with experienced creative teams and sound budgets. We are now accepting submissions. Founders Chris Romano and Dan Oâ€™Meara have worked extensively in film and commercial production for over ten years. Oâ€™Meara was the head of film sales at Epstein, Levinsohn, Bodine, Hurwitz, & Weinstein, LLP. He was the sales representative for Transamerica, Joshua, and Planet B-Boy. His recent producing credits include Noah Buschel's Neal Cassady, and Joshua which premiered in competition at Sundance 2007 and sold to Fox Searchlight. Romano was an in-house commercial producer for Lawrence Benderâ€™s company A Band Apart. In 2004 he started El Camino Films - a production company based in Uruguay - which recently wrapped production on Fernando Mierelles' Blindness for O2 Films, Focus Features and Miramax. His other producing credits include Anthony Ngâ€™s 212, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2005, and Perry Henzellâ€™s No Place Like Home (Toronto Film Festival 2006) which is being released by Palm Pictures.