Going Green at the movies
Climate Change | Film & TV Industry
March 14, 2022
Ballroom, EU House at Native
How can we improve the green footprint of film production? This panel brings together speakers from Europe and the United States to explore the latest initiatives and best practices in sustainable moviemaking.
With insights drawn from the European Audiovisual Observatory’s Green Cinema Conference, panelists will also explore how film financiers, producers, and even audience members can make the movie experience greener.
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Consultant, Press Communication, Creative Europe Desk Hamburg
After having spent 15 years on film sets, as an Assistant Director and producer of creative documentaries, Britta Erich started to work at Creative Europe MEDIA Desk Hamburg in 2008.
Manager, Trentino Film Fund
Luca Ferrario is the Manager of the Trentino Film Fund in Italy. Shooting movies sustainably is a philosophy and a level of certification which the Trentino Film Commission has been awarding to film productions since 2017.
Sustainability Lead, European Broadcasting Union
Hemini Mehta is an experienced Technical Professional in all things digital (video on demand, live streams, websites, mobiles, TV, STB & games consoles) with an angle on Sustainability.
Sustainability Lead, Sony Pictures Entertainment
For the past 20 years, John Rego has worked with companies to help them become better citizens. John has led Sony Pictures Entertainment’s global sustainability department since 2009 and is an environmental officer of the Sony Group.