Our team had an incredible day at BAFTA WeAreALBERT’s Production Summit in Cardiff last year. Ella Nevill, our Head of Engagement and Partnership Development, was kindly invited to speak on the “Introducing the Infrastructure” panel which you can view above!
It was an event full of informative panels and discussions and left us feeling very positive about the future for sustainability in film and television.
Ella loved being part of the Session 2 panel ‘Introducing the Infrastructure’. We feel lucky to have been able to share the fantastic circular economy for props, sets, and costumes that we’re enabling through AssetCycle, and our industry-first life cycle analysis data that underscores it.
The release of Arup and albert’s Screen New Deal: Transformation for Wales Plan (funded by the British Film Institute (BFI)) was especially exciting for the CAMA team – we were featured as a case study for creating the space and infrastructure for reuse. It’s clear there’s a demand for circularity at-scale, and we’re proud to be proving its feasibility.
The timing could not be better as we continue to work on our large scale project in Cardiff, supporting a production with its extensive asset management.
It’s an honour to be recognised as a leader in this space, and we’re looking forward to continue supporting the industry to adopt more circular practices in light of the recommendations laid out in the Screen New Deal report.
Thanks so much to BAFTA WeAreALBERT for having us, and to Siobhan Pridgeon for organising!