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Sustainability in action

A panel with three of our contributors - a teacher, a filmmaker and an educational eco org - about how they integrate sustainability into their lives.

Welcome back!

Last week in Sustainability Through Film, we explored the topic of sustainability, gaining a deeper understanding of this issue, whilst also developing key skills to explore sustainability through the prism of film.

In this second week, we will examine sustainable practices in the film industry, as well as have a go at practical activities to help you build confidence in using filmmaking as a solid learning tool.

To get stuck straight back in, we’d like to share a Zoom call we had with three of our fantastic contributors on the course to hear how they integrate sustainability into their teaching practice, filmmaking work and lives in general. We spoke with: Lucy Jane, one of the directors of the short film Eve which we worked with last week; Bryony Bromley from Keep Wales Tidy/Eco-Schools; and Flora Richards, a secondary school teacher and one of Into Film’s teacher ambassadors.

Watch the video and share your thoughts in the Comments section below:

Why do you think sustainability is important? In education, in the film industry and our personal lives?

Does anything Bryony, Flora and Lucy say ring especially true for you or inspire you?

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