Martini Film Studios uses 100% Renewable Natural Gas
Earlier last year, Martini Film Studios announced its entire studio moving to operating entirely on Renewable Natural Gas (RNG). The Langley-based studio is the first film studio in British Columbia to sign up for this carbon-neutral energy innovation supported by...
Reel Green™ Vendor Spotlight: Reusables.com
This month, our Reel Green™ Vendor in the spotlight is Reusables.com, a company aiming to make the world more circular and reduce our single use waste. In our interview chair are Founders Jason Hawkins and Anastasia Kiku. Learn more about the green vendor’s...
REEL Earth Day Challenge – Summer 2022 Update
Through the 2022 #ReelEarthDayChallenge, the BC film industry came together and fully funded seven projects in Metro Vancouver Regional Parks. These projects, spearheaded by the incredible Metro Vancouver Regional Parks Foundation (MVRPF), are deep underway and have...
Co-chaired by Creative BC and Ontario Creates, the National Reel Green™ Committee inspires environmental sustainability within the motion picture industry across Canada.
The committee is made up of 29 organizations which include provincial partners, industry organizations (Canadian Media Producers Association, Telefilm, CBC, Motion Picture Association Canada), national unions (Directors Guild of Canada, IATSE, ACTRA), and national services/suppliers (Entertainment Partners Canada, Whites/William F. White International Inc. and MBS Equipment Co.).
The National Reel Green™ Committee provides a platform for discussion and sharing of best practices, toolkits, and resources to knowledge share, collectively enable and inspire environmentally sustainable production in our jurisdictions.
Association Québécoise de la Production Médiatique
Bureau du Cinéma et de la télévision du Québec
Canadian Media Producers Association
Directors Guild of Canada National Green Committee
International Cinematographers Guild Local 669
Motion Picture Association Canada
Newfoundland & Labrador Film Development Corporation
Northwest Territories Film Commission
Nunavut Film Development Corporation
William F. White International