ScreenSkills: Share your Sustainability Smarts


Wednesday 15 November, 2:30 pm

End Time: 3:30 pm

The Works


Do you have ideas that could reduce waste and make the film and tv industry more eco-friendly?

Adam Wilkinson has been heading Northern Ireland’s first full sustainability department, working to support a feature film in production at Belfast Harbour Studios. Hear about some of the innovative ideas already in practice and share your own thoughts on what could make a vital difference to production processes– and the planet.

Since the High-end TV Fund Launched in 2013, the ScreenSkills High-End Television Skills Fund has invested over £36 million in skills and training. The five major broadcasters support the Fund along with streamers including Acorn Media, Amazon, Apple, Disney, Netflix, Sony and Warner Media and since launch 1,090 productions have contributed to the Fund. ScreenSkills is the skills body for the UK screen industries. Industry funded and business-led, it helps to train people at every career stage who make UK content which everyone loves and trusts. ScreenSkills’ Funds play a leading role in the creation of high quality, accessible and standardised training and development programmes that creates and sustains a skilled and inclusive workforce, enabling growth and future innovation, and actively contributing to the future creativity, health and prosperity of the sector.

To learn more about training and resources from the High-end TV Fund visit and contact NI Training Manager

Funded by the ScreenSkills High-end TV Skills Fund




Liz Barron, Training and Workforce Liaison Manager NI, ScreenSkills



Adam Wilkinson

Sustainability Manager; HETV location manager