The "Go Green"
session was moderated by Trish Dolman
, President/Producer, Screen Siren Pictures and included panellists: Shelley Billik
, VP Warner Bros. Entertainment (who also provided the engaging Keynote Address at Lunch), Gordon Hardwick
who spoke about REEL GREEN BC; Mary Young Leckie
, Executive Producer, TV series MVP who discussed MPV's grassroots approach to environmental practices; Candida T. Paltiel
, Festival Director, Planet in Focus International Environmental Film & Video Festival who spoke about the funding received by the Toronto Green Screen Committee for the development of a green strategy for the Ontario production community and Peter Wintonick
, Producer/Director who shared information about the Green Code Project
and the role of documentary filmmakers in helping to communicate the green message.
The BC Film Commission also wants to let you know that over the past few months, the REEL GREEN
website has been updated. Check out the new GREEN CONTACTS
section that lists companies who may be able to provide more environmental sustainable services to your production. As well, the BCFC Industry Contacts section now provides a GREEN SERVICES
listing of motion picture service companies who have developed and/or are implementing an environmental stewardship strategy for their operation.
Please help green our supply chain
by considering what your business can do
to address your environmental impact. For further information about REEL GREEN BC
, please contact Gordon Hardwick
at (604) 660-1406 or visit www.reelgreenbc.ca