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Green Screen is a practical online tool that supports environmentally friendly filming in London.
The platform enables productions shooting in the capital to set their own environmental targets, and provides them with an action plan to help them achieve their goals.
Productions that have already achieved a Green Screen stamp through a pilot programme include The Crown (Netflix), Free Fire (Rook Films) and City of Tiny Lights (BBC Films).
“The Green Screen initiative really helped us keep sustainability at the top of the agenda on a daily basis – something we were happy to do but also something that's very easy to let slide on a production.”
Ben Wheatley, director Free Fire
What do you get?
Productions that register for Green Screen will receive access to resource guides, a bespoke crew memo, and simple tailored tips for each production department.
After achieving their goals, they are awarded with the official Green Screen stamp, which they can use on their endroll and promotional materials to demonstrate their green credentials to the world.
Every Green Screen production is helping to make London's screen industries more sustainable, and cutting their own costs through reduced waste and energy consumption.
Register for Green Screen
Want to go green? Find out more and sign up at www.green-screen.org.uk
The albert scheme supports and promotes environmental sustainability for the UK screen arts. Their website includes a directory of sustainable suppliers, case studies, and a handy carbon calculator.
Green Screen is a joint initiative between Film London and sustainability consultancy Greenshoot.
The Green Screen pilot programme and online platform was made possible with support from Creative Skillset.
It is supported by the London Filming Partnership and London's Borough Film Services.
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