We are very proud to have worked with Paramount during the production of Mission: Impossible, and to be featured as a case study by BAFTA’s We Are Albert – the authority on environmental sustainability for film + TV.
An extract is below:
Sustainable set and asset disposal – an Impossible Mission?
One of the key challenges that any production has to contend with when trying to behave sustainably is how to dispose of its set and assets. As a production finishes and the crew disperses, there is often limited time to resell or recondition a set for future use.
Chris Rock, Unit Production Manager on Mission: Impossible – Fallout, had some kind words about our work:
“Working with CAMA has been a complete game changer for us: it solves so many of the problems mentioned above. Now at the end of a film, and during we can send our sets and assets to CAMA. They log them, upload the log online, and then store everything securely. Then the studios have the option to sell, donate, recycle or store them.
Their online portal is brilliant because it gives total control of the assets back to the studio in LA. Security is lock tight as CAMA controls the access. No one even needs to visit the storage facility to rummage through a warehouse – you just use the portal to identify what you’re looking for and CAMA will have it logged and delivered to you” Chris Brock, UPM, Mission: Impossible Fallout 2018, Paramount.”
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