albert events are an on-going series of practical, insightful and free gathering helping a specific film and TV community get to grips with all things green. Each is an opportunities for screen industry professionals to understand how to make a meaningful difference with innovative, sensible and savvy environmental action.
With the aim of breathing possibility and optimism for environmental sustainability into every corner of the industry, each event draws a specific community together to celebrate progress, explore possibilities and build excitement, consensus and personal connections.
Can TV avert the end of the f***ing world? Probably, but only if we engage with the details and give it a good go.
Creative climate content sessions are fun, informative and thought-provoking opportunities for creatives working in any TV genre to identify meaningful and authentic opportunities to bring the planet into programme editorial.
Together we’ll discuss
the impacts of sustainable living on UK audiences now and in the future
the skills to appraise whether content supports sustainable living
guidance on how to effectively engage audiences on environmental issues
the inspiration to take an authentic, aspirational, non-conventional, multi-genre approach to green content on-screen.
Join albert for an evening that delves into sustainable set design.
Find out what we mean by this, what can be achieved, why it’s important and how you, as a set designer, can juggle sustainability with creativity and still achieve jaw dropping set designs.
We’ll be joined by set designers, suppliers, lecturers and thought leaders from the circular design economy to provide insights, advice and tangible ideas on how to implement sustainability measures into your next project.
We’re joining forces with AdGreen to bring you a free event which will delve into carbon offsetting. What’s it all about, should you do it, what will it cost and how should you go about it? We will have speakers from the worlds of production and carbon offsetting companies to give you some insights and all of this can be enjoyed alongside some drinks and nibbles generously provided by The Mill.
With contributions from BAFTA winning industry talent including, costume designer Jacqueline Durran, The Costume Directory’s Sinead O’Sullivan and Fashion Revolution’s Orsolo de Castro, this will be an opportunity for discussion and an introduction to some of the most exciting cleanest, greenest and fairest fabric and fashion out there.
We will explore how to use low-energy lighting to increase creative potential with an esteemed panel including technical director, Steve Howard (Star Wars: The Last Jedi) and Director of Photography, Vanessa Whyte (BAFTA-winning short, The Operator), as well as an opportunity to hear about the latest advances in lighting technology from Pinewood MBS Lighting, Version 2 Lighting, LED Creative and Aurora Lighting.