Article: Sustainable Screen Resource Hub

Julie’s Bicycle has launched the BFI Sustainable Screen Resource Hub, a free resource for all organisations working in the screen sector, particularly helpful for those involved ‘beyond production’, such as exhibitors, screen archives, education, skills, training and research organisations, and sector support and promotion bodies.

On the hub you will find guidance, top tips and examples, as well as links to existing resources covering:

The climate, nature and justice crisis and the role of creativity, culture and screen

Getting Started
Where to start in developing environmental commitment, understanding and action

Good Practice
What to focus on across key types of screen sector activity ‘beyond production’: exhibitors; screen archives; education, skills, training and research organisation, and; sector support and promotion bodies

Taking Action
The kind of action organisations can take in different areas from energy and travel to food and digital

About the BFI Sustainable Screen Programme

The BFI Sustainable Screen Programme (Autumn 2023 – March 2026) supports BFI National Lottery awardees and the wider screen sector to help put the principle of environmental sustainability into practice – one of three core principles in the BFI’s Screen Culture 2033 Strategy and National Lottery Funding Strategy 2023-2033.


Julie’s Bicycle is delivering the ‘Beyond Production’ strand of the BFI’s Sustainable Screen Programme. Sign up to the Julie’s Bicycle newsletter to keep up-to-date with upcoming ‘Beyond Production’ events and webinars.  BAFTA albert is delivering the filmmaking production and development strand of the programme.


Impact Areas

Focus Areas