Greening our Film Industry

Fri 08 July / Galmont Hotel – Ballroom 3 / 14:30 – 15:30

Adopting practices that promote sustainability has become a new standard on most productions, and an increasing number of Irish crew, funders, and producers are looking to make their productions less taxing on the environment. ScreenGreening invites you to join an hour-long session re the latest sustainability updates on Irish productions, and to learn first-hand from key crew on their sustainability journeys. 

During this session you will hear from: 

  • Irish funders and broadcasters on their strategies for sustainable productions 
  • ScreenGreening coalition on the latest environmental sustainability requirements re making an application to Screen Ireland, the BAI, or for Section 481 
  • Broadcasters on the standards that they now require 

This will be followed by a panel of Irish crew sustainability experts who will discuss what’s working on productions and how to make sustainability on sets easier. 

Chaired by: John Gormley, Chairperson, ScreenGreening
Introduction: Catherine Martin TD, Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media 

 Speakers: 

Organisation panel: 

  • Laura Ni Cheallaigh, TG4 
  • Sinéad Stimpfig, VMTV 
  • Eileen Duggan, RTE 
  • Declan McLoughlin, BAI 
  • Anthony Muldoon, SPI 
  • Louise Ryan, Screen Ireland 

Practitioner Panel

  • Stan Nangle, Climate Innovation Limited 
  • Kelly Campbell Producer / Director  
  • Louise Nic Risteard Sustainability Manager 

Registration Closed

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