"It’s not easy being green. But it’s worth all efforts."
Seven years after the Paris Agreement at COP21, it should be clear to everyone that the climate crisis is forcing us to act. The film and TV industry plays a major role in this – having one of the biggest environmental impacts of all industries. Reducing the industry’s carbon footprint requires big changes in the technical area, in the production process as well as in the behavior and awareness of all people involved.
But - the good news is – there are many alternatives to produce in a more sustainable way and to lead by example, behind the camera and on screen. This new comprehensive eTraining Green Production teaches you everything you need to know about sustainable film and TV production.
In this eTraining you will:
- Understand the urgency of a change towards sustainable productions
- Get to know current standards, initiatives and tools in Europe
- Learn to plan and calculate your film or TV production sustainably
- Get exclusive insights and hands on tips for every stage of production and department
- Learn how to engage your crew, stakeholders and your audience
- Understand the power and impact of content creators and how to use it wisely
- Learn from inspirational best practices
You will be guided by our acclaimed sustainability experts:
- Roser Canela Mas (Senior Sustainability Manager | ITV Studios | UK/ES)
- Anne Puolanne (Sustainability Manager | Audiovisual Producers Finland APFI | FIN)
- Roman Russo (Green Consultant, Winner of German Eisvogel Award | GER)
- Louise Marie Smith: (Environmental Consultant | JURASSIC WORLD: DOMINION, NO TIME TO DIE | UK)
- Paweł Kosuń: (Producer and Green Pioneer | Kino Polska | POL)
This eTraining is funded by Creative Europe MEDIA and Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg. A limited number of scholarships are available. Applications are open until April 17. An introductory fee is available until May 5.
Get access to the eTraining here.
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