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Make your voice heard in the industry supply chain

Survey Supply Chain

Sustainable Film wants to hear from suppliers! Take our survey to help us understand your needs and make our services more sustainable. We’ll ask about your challenges, incentives, regulations, and support. This valuable data will be shared with industry bodies to raise awareness and address environmental needs. Let’s work together towards a greener future for film and television production. Join us now!

Barbie: Green is the new pink!

Following the premiere of Barbie we’d like to congratulate everyone for such a success! We loved supporting the production to become as sustainable as possible.

How can we utilise the natural world?

Many of the films we love could not exist without the influence of the natural world. From lovable cartoon animals to epic sprawling landscapes, clearly film is impacted by the environment. But how is the environment impacted by film? 

Roots: Carbon calculator launched for industry suppliers

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In our rapidly changing world, studios are examining the whole value chain and demanding action. More and more organisations are declaring Scope 3 as part of their decarbonisation strategies. Roots, our new carbon calculator, interprets what that means for SMEs’ net zero plans.

Virtual Production is Reducing Costs

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– and it’s reducing carbon footprints too.

Virtual production can be described as “a combination of physical foregrounds and computer generated backgrounds which when viewed from camera creates one seamless visual environment.” While the technology is not exactly new, this type of production blew up during the pandemic when companies were unable to shoot on location. Though this ability has resumed, virtual production has continued to gain popularity, with productions such as the Star Wars spin-off ‘The Mandalorian’ and Warner Bros’ ‘The Batman’ opting to use it.

Rewriting the Script

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– Can the silver screen make us more green?

With all our work focusing on greening the production process, we could easily forget that through Film and TV’s unique ability to both project and reflect society, studios also have the potential to promote and normalise sustainable behaviours amongst their audiences.