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
New course in sustainable production: Eco-friendly sets
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...
TELEFILM CANADA BECOMES THE ROLLING GREEN PROGRAM’S CATALYZING PARTNER
Le programme On tourne vert (OTV) est très heureux d’annoncer que Téléfilm Canada se joint au programme à titre de partenaire Activateur. Lancé en avril 2021, On tourne vert est un programme visant à sensibiliser l’industrie audiovisuelle et favoriser l’adoption de...
NETFLIX BECOMES A FEDERATING PARTNER OF THE ROLLING GREEN PROGRAM
Today, the Rolling Green program is proud to announce a partnership with the streaming platform Netflix. Launched in April 2021, Rolling Green is a program whose goal is to raise awareness and promote the adoption of sustainable practices on Quebec’s film sets. Thanks...
The eco-friendly filming of Falcon Lake
Charlotte Le Bon's Falcon Lake movie receives the Rolling Green accreditation thanks to its ecoresponsible filming. In order to reduce the pollution generated by film and television productions, the Quebec Film and Television Council (QFTC), the Conseil...
A Rolling Green accreditation for the Car Guide
Luke Bélanger, producer at Viking Film 1685 Inc. has obtained the accreditation of Rolling Green for season 6 of the Quebec Car Guide Academy. He tells us more about the eco-responsible actions taken during the shoot. At the heart of an eco-responsible filming: The...
RBC and Rolling Green: Forward-Looking Green Initiatives
Annie Baribeau, Market Manager (Eastern Canada) Media and Entertainment Industry at RBC, talks about the actions they have put in place to make their clients aware of the environment and how eco-friendly actions on sets is joining them. Individuals or businesses, no...
Press release Vivats 2021 GalaDouble challenge for responsible events in times of pandemic Montreal, November 9, 2021 - The events and audiovisual industry is returning to more normal activities in accordance with the health measures in effect, while remaining...
Interview with our partner Teo Taxi
Téo Taxi, a proud partner of the On Tour Vert action plan, gave us an interview on its eco-responsible involvement in the industry! - Téo Taxi: the ecological cab service! Rolling Green spoke with Fréderic Prégent, General Manager of Taxelco, the largest cab...
Rolling Green events!
Welcome to our section dedicated to eco-friendly events in the industry!This page will be edited as we go along! Do not hesitate to consult it regularly to stay informed!No events for the moment, but we'll be back soon with some green news!
sign the charter
Sign the Charter and contribute to the improvement of eco-friendly practices in the film industry.
All events and webinars will be announced here.
Our Founding partners
With the financial support of:
The Rolling Green program is proud to be a partner in Reel Green's Canada-wide initiative.