The Rolling Green program facilitates the adoption of eco-friendly measures for audiovisual productions in Québec. Any production, regardless of its size or type, will be able to benefit from the recommended practices and references to reduce its impact on the environment. The Rolling Green tools and activities are free and accessible to all.
WHY ROLLING GREEN?
It is not necessary to implement every measure suggested on the site or in the guide, but to prioritize your actions according to your resources, and budget. Many of the actions will not cost you anything; it is rather about changing our habits.
Reduce the ecological footprint of your production
Strengthen your public image
Engage your employees
Create value for the company
The Rolling Green x SODEC program is starting soon! At the end of this 9-week program, 15 production studios will have had the opportunity to develop a sustainable development policy for their company and will receive a $4,000 grant to support the implementation of...
Forerunner in eco-responsible filming, Palomar obtains the Excellence level of the Rolling Green accreditation for Brain Freeze
Founded in 1993 by Barbara Shrier, the production company Palomar has obtained its first Rolling Green accreditation for its feature film Brain Freeze, released in 2021. However, the producer has been implementing green practices on her sets for several decades. It is...
TVA Productions obtains its first Rolling Green accreditation at the performance level with the project Le Tricheur
TVA Productions has been awarded the Excellence level of the Rolling Green accreditation by the accreditation committee (external and independent) for its eco-responsible filming of the program Le Tricheur. This is the first time TVA Productions has received this...
The production of the film Chien Blanc, directed by Anaïs Barbeau-Lavalette, has received the Performance level of the Rolling Green accreditation (a program founded by the Quebec Film and television council (QFTC), the Conseil québécois des événements écoresponsable...
1 YEAR OF ECO-RESPONSIBLE ACTIONS WITHIN THE INDUSTRYOn April 30, 2021, the Rolling Green action plan was born, and it is with great joy that the project's founding partners, the Quebec film and television council (QFTC), the Conseil québécois des événements...
Directed by Guillaume Harvey and produced by La Créative Films, the production Le dernier rhinocéros received the Eco-friendly Filming Set Award presented at the 10th edition of Les Vivats on November 8, 2021. The new award is part of the Rolling Green initiative of...
Recognized for 2 years as a Graduate School by the Ministry of Education and Higher Education, the Cégep de Jonquière's Art and Media Technology Graduate School (ATM) has been a partner in the Rolling green program since its inception in April 2021. In the fall of...
THE ROLLING GREEN PROGRAM LAUNCHES
THE CARBON CALCULATOR,
A FREE, BILINGUAL TOOL FOR AUDIOVISUAL PRODUCTIONS IN QUEBEC
Montreal, March 15, 2021 – To further facilitate the ecological transition of the audiovisual industry in Quebec, the Rolling Green program has announced the launch of a new tool: albert, the carbon calculator! Now available on the ontournevert.com website, the carbon...
As a training partner of the Rolling Green program, founded by the Quebec Film and Television Council, the Conseil québécois des événements écoresponsables and Québecor, the Institut national de l’image et du son (L’inis) has developed a course on eco-responsible film...
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Our Founding partners
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The Rolling Green program is proud to be a partner in Reel Green's Canada-wide initiative.