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Conference: Environmental Sustainability in the Audiovisual Sector, 21st of April 2023, Brussels







We are happy to announce that the final conference of the Sectoral Audiovisual Social Dialogue project "Strengthening capacities of social partners to meet the challenges of environmental sustainability in film and TV productions" will take place on the:



21st of April 2023

in Brussels

Venue: Arts 56

Avenue des Arts 56

1000 Brussels

Mona Lisa room

from 11.00 to 17.00 CET


Registrations open at 10.30 AM



Below you can see the final agenda.

Conference Agenda
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MORNING SESSION


11.00 Welcome and introduction to the conference by European social partners

Dearbhal Murphy, Deputy Secretary General of FIA and Benoît Ginisty, Managing Director of FIAPPF


11.20 Social dialogue as an engine to the green transition

Frank Siebern-Thomas, Head of Unit Fair Green and Digital Transition research, DG EMPL, European Commission


11.50 Pitching sustainability, the way ahead

Paloma Andres Urrutia, Co-founder Mrs GreenFilm


12.20 Presentation of the project and its outcomes: online platform and booklet

Davide Gianluca Vaccaro, Project Coordinator, CEPI


12.50 Lunch break


AFTERNOON SESSION


14.15 PANEL DEBATE: What’s happening on the ground: industry needs


· Mathieu Delahousse, Co-Founder and President of Secoya Eco-tournage, France

· Eva Dvořáková Pérez, Green Consultant and Founder of Bgreen.tv, Czech Republic

· Anne Puolanne, Sustainability Manager, Audiovisual Producers Finland APFI


Moderator: Annika Bromberg, member of the project experts’ group, Scen & Film- Swedish Union for Performing Arts and Film


15.15 Break


15.45 PANEL DEBATE: The way forward


· Monique A. Goeschl, Policy Advison, FAMA, Austria

· Agnès Toullieux, Secrétaire Générale Adjointe du CNC, France

· Tim Wagendorp, sustainability coordinator in VAF and chair of the EFAD sustainability working group, Belgium


Moderator: Daphné Tepper, Policy Director at the Media entertainment and arts sector of UNI Europa


16.45 Conclusions

Mathilde Fiquet, Secretary General of CEPI and Johannes Studinger, Head of UNI MEI, the Media entertainment and arts sector of UNI Europa

Live interpretation will be available in French and Spanish.




The conference is the result of a joint project of Social Partners: The Media, Entertainment & Arts sector of UNI Europa (EURO-MEI), European Audiovisual Production Association (CEPI), the European Broadcasting Union (EBU), the International Federation of Actors (FIA), the International Federation of Film Producers Associations (FIAPF) and the International Federation of Musicians (FIM).






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