Clean Power Productions
The shift to sustainable production is already underway! This Sustainable Entertainment Education Series (SEEDS) event, Clean Power Productions, highlights how productions are reducing their carbon footprint and what can be done now to decarbonize on set.
Leading with Empathy – Actors Talk Climate Change
Leading with Empathy – Actors Talk Climate Change,” is a conversation among environmental-activists Danny Glover (Lethal Weapon), Lee Rodriguez (Never Have I Ever) and Colby Minifie (The Boys) moderated by Tim Guinee (Homeland). These actors are on the front line igniting important conversations in communities around the world. Find out what draws them to speak out and how they connect with a wide range of audiences. Learn about incorporating sustainability in our industry practices and what we can all do while we still have the chance to turn things around. This is the third Sustainable Entertainment Education Series (SEEDS) event produced by GreenProductionGuide.com. Co-hosting this event are SAG-AFTRA and The Climate Actors.
Film School Friday
Watch the Motion Picture Association, Producers Guild of America, Green Production Guide, Sustainable Production Alliance, and the Green Film School Alliance edition of “Film School Friday,” focusing on sustainability in production. This conversation features sustainability experts speaking from studio, producer, professor, and student perspectives. John Gibson, MPA’s Vice President for External and Multicultural Affairs, moderated this important and timely discussion.
New Climate Narratives
The first New Climate Narratives panel discussion featuring Jihan Crowther, Writer (Underground Railroad) , Dorothy Fortenberry, Writer, Producer (The Handmaid’s Tale), Craig Mazin, Writer (Chernobyl), and Rev. Lennox Yearwood Jr., Climate Leader, President and Founder of the Hip Hop Caucus and moderated by Anna Jane Joyner (Founder, The Good Energy Project) and Beandrea July, (Film Critic and Entertainment Writer) was a great success with incredible conversations about racial, climate and social justice. Watch the complete panel discussion below on YouTube.