In or around London on April 10th? Join us, for the London Sustainable TV& Film Production Eco-Expo. This expo is a networking & information sharing event, to connect those in entertainment media who are looking to push sustainability forward within the industry: our project leaders Chai Locher and Wiendelt Hooijer, will be there to speak on the project’s behalf as well! This event brings together practitioners, production people, students of film and media, and related organizations for an collaborative evening of related sustainability presentations, learning, and networking. The industry will grow greener when we work together. Admission: FREE, but seats are limited, so RSVP here, and get more info below. [print: Quincy Moore]

When: April 10th 2014, from 6:00pm – 8:30pm (doors open at 5:30 PM)

Where: Podium Lecture Theatre, London College of Communication, Elephant & Castle, London, SE1 6SB, United Kingdom

What: The London Sustainable Production Eco-Expo is a one night networking and information sharing event to connect those in the entertainment media sector who are looking to push sustainability forward within the industry. There currently exist numerous businesses and organizations that assist those within the traditionally quite wasteful production industry who wish to modify both behaviours and goods, and services towards a more sustainable model.The event will be emceed by former BBC sports commentator Simon Mann and Green Product Placement founder Beth Bell, and will incorporate dynamic presentations from some of today’s key figures in the green entertainment world, followed by a panel Q&A session. This event will bring together practitioners, vendors, production people, students of film and media, and related organizations for an informative evening of related presentations and networking.

Featured speakers include: Beth Bell and Lisa Dietrich, (Green Product Placement) , Martin Kern (Scenery Salvage), Alison Tickell (Julie’s Bicycle), Tallulah Chapman (Forest Stewardship Council), Eric Huyton (, Chai Locher and Weindelt Hooijer (The Green Film Making Project, Amsterdam), Barnaby Cook (Casual Films), Jane Soans (FilmFixer), Tim Benson (Firefly Solar) and Victoria Cartwright (Neptune Environmental Solutions), along with a sizzle reel, courtesy Sony Pictures, showcasing the new Spiderman movie, Amazing Spiderman 2, the largest sustainable Sony Pictures blockbuster, to date.

Admission: FREE to industry professionals, and students of media and sustainability, but seats are limited, so attendees should RSVP here.

Online resources are great, but there’s no substitute for face to face and in person exchange so, we hope to see you there!