Rating system for sustainable film production
WHAT IS GREEN FILM
A tool designed for Film Funds, Film Commissions, broadcasters or other entities wishing to encourage Film and TV producers to work in an environmentally friendly way. Via this instrument, producers are guided to work as far as possible in an environmentally sustainable manner.
A brand that certifies environmental sustainability for audiovisual productions.
A network of entities that work in a coordinated manner to implement strategies and tools for sustainable cinematography and to collectively create sustainability-related training activities.
Plan beforehand in order to reduce environmental impact to a minimum and to optimise transportation and therefore reduce its environmental and economic impact.
Ensure an efficient reduction of environmental impact, limiting as much as possible polluting emissions and wastage of energy resources, rationalise use of resources favouring economic savings.
Transport and accommodation
Reduce polluting emissions and fuel consumption costs deriving from motorised transport, through a rational organisation of movements.
Guarantee healthy and good quality nutrition, that respects the environment by reducing the production of waste and CO2 from catering operations.
Encourage use of materials that respect the environment and avoid wasting materials by efficient reuse solutions.
Correct management and recycling of waste thereby reducing the production’s impact on the environment.
It fosters the green approach
It is easy to use and already tested
It allows to be part of a Network
THE STORY BEHIND GREEN FILM
GREEN FILM stems from T-Green Film, a similar rating system developed in Italy in 2017 by the Trentino Film Commission, via which the producers could demonstrate their green approach and receive environmental sustainability certification as well as a cash reward for the commitment to respecting the environment. As a result of this evolution, GREEN FILM is ready to be used in other regions as well.