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Lights, camera, clean up your act: how movies try to go green

Welcome to the Jungle, October 13th 2022

How to make movies without a huge carbon footprint

BBC, August 17th 2022

Bridging the Gap: Making the Leap from Period Spectacle to a Sustainable Production Future

Directors Guild of America, July 16th 2022

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Evolving Set Standards & Protocols: A Case Study

British Film Commission, May 13th 2022

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Film London announces commission of The Grid Project, supplying renewable energy to productions in the capital

Film London, March 24th 2022

Green Film Research Lab, Trento 2022

March 18th 2022

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Assess and understand the impact of COVID-19 on the carbon footprint of physical production, and on production costs or budget.

Published 2022

In profile: five emerging roles in UK film and TV production

Sponsored by British Film Commission, December 19th 2021

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A guide to sustainable production and how the screen industries are advancing the green agenda

KFTV, November 2021

Jurassic World: Dominion - A Sustainable Production Story

Albert, February 22nd 2021

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Green is Universal: Last Christmas

Universal Pictures Communication, 2019

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