**Remember to RSVP at the link below to secure your seat**
One day, FREE workshop on sustainable approaches for creating an environmentally responsible entertainment industry on set and off.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
– Entertainment Industry Professionals
– Sustainability Consultants and trade professionals
– Those interested in creating an environmentally responsible entertainment industry
– Those seeking practical resources, methods, and action plans
– Those wanting to network with thought leaders
Implementing Initiatives – Producer’s Guild of America’s Green Best Practices and Resources: RACHEL JOY, Co-Chair, PGA Green West
Redefining Trash: From Disposability to Responsibility: KRIS BARBERG, Executive Director, EcoSet
Case Study – Sustainability at All Stages of Production: DIANA POKORNY, Executive Producer (Valentine’s Day, Horrible Bosses)
Influencing Change: The Role We Play in Social and Environmental Accountability: MIKE SLAVICH, Director of Sustainability, Warner Bros. Entertainment
Moderator: LAUREN SELMAN, Founder, Reel Green Media & Director of Production, Ecovations
1:00 PM – Check-in, Networking, Resource Booths, and Hors d’Oervres
1:30 PM – Presentations & Panel Discussion
3:00 PM – Break-Out Sessions: Goal Setting with industry professionals practicing green solutions
3:30 PM – Talk Back: Session report on highlights and present for panel discussion
4:00 PM – Meet & Greet
Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center
Hope Conference Center
501 S. Buena Vista Street
Burbank, CA 91505
Parking is available at the rear of the hospital, accessible from 501 S. Buena Vista Street entrance.
Tickets are FREE and open to professionals across Los Angeles. Space is VERY LIMITED, so reservations are highly suggested. To RSVP, visitwww.teambusinessburbank.com and/or call Susie at 818.238.5198
This isn’t your typical panel, but more of a brainstorm, interactive workshop designed for the guys and gals above and below the line. This one day workshop is a FREE opportunity to learn eco-solutions for various trades, management settings, and all stages of production. There will be networking opportunities and breakout sessions with Industry Trade Professionals. This event is ideal for anyone in the industry or looking for sustainable solutions.
If you have any questions or would like more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. View the flyer here http://j.mp/EcoFly
Originally intended as a 15-minute DVD extra, Greenlit became an insightful 50-minute movie about the challenges of environmentalism, both in the film community, and the world at large. It even had a green score — Bailey enlisted composer Craig Richey to make instruments out of recycled water bottles and egg cartons. “I ended up learning so much that I had to let other filmmakers know how much we were wasting,” says Bailey, whose composting and waste management efforts were boosted by coproducer Lauren Selman, who heads up an environmental consulting firm called Reel Green Media. “We shot in a rural part of Oregon where there was no access to green technology, so we had to be creative,” says Selman. “Instead of using water bottles on set, we lugged our own water jugs.”
via Project GREENLIT – Denver Magazine – July 2010 – Denver, CO.