Ontario Green Screen

2022 Fall Community Meeting

Please join us for the OGS 2022 Fall Community Meeting. We gather on a quarterly basis to provide program updates, share stories and best practices, and build community. OGS Community meetings are hosted on Zoom, and we invite all interested individuals to attend.

Join us for the launch of our newest case study featuring how a Toronto production saved more than 2,000 take-out containers from landfill in four months through a partnership between Suppli and Hunger Hub. Stay tuned for more details about the meeting agenda and speakers.

All registrants will receive a Zoom invitation via email with a link and login password closer to the meeting date.

Note: this meeting will be recorded and posted on the community building page of the OGS website.



Date: Wednesday October 12, 2022
7:00pm to 8:30pm (ET)
Register Here

NEW Ontario Green Screen, Grid Tie-in Map


Ontario Green Screen is proud to launch our province-wide electrical grid tie-in map in an effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. This map provides access to clean grid power at locations across the Province.
Grid Tie-in Map
For quick tips on plugging into clean power in Ontario, download our easy reference One-sheet.
Grid Tie-in Reference Sheet
We're looking for more tie-in points. Please register your locations below.
Grid Tie-in Registration Form

Ontario Green Screen, Strategic Plan

We are proud to present the Ontario Green Screen Strategic Plan (OGS Strategic Plan). Ontario Green Screen is a group of 20 organizations from screen industries and government agencies, with a coherent green plan for sustainable film and television production in Ontario.

We created the OGS Strategic Plan in collaboration with the OGS Advisory Committee and industry subject matter experts. This plan lays out specific, measurable and timely goals for the initiative, based on four key pillars:

  • Develop an engaged, diverse and inclusive community that advances and enables sustainable production practices.
  • Inform and educate Ontario’s film and television production workers and companies, production clients and government partners on sustainable best practices.
  • Deliver resources, tools and initiatives to empower the industry to carry out sustainable implementation strategies and protocols that will help reduce greenhouse gas emissions on sets across Ontario.
  • Create a framework to effectively measure and report on environmental impacts and industry-wide progress.

Click on the image to the left to read the full plan


Advisory Committee Members


Justin Cutler, Ontario Film Commissioner (Co-Chair)
Cynthia Lynch, Managing Director and Counsel - FilmOntario (Co-Chair)

Neishaw Ali –Spin VFX
Taisa Dekker - ACTRA Toronto
Tashi Beiler - eOne
Michael Ciuffini – City of Brampton
Chris Dunn- Ontario Creates
Carmen Ford - City of Mississauga
David Hardy – William F. White Int. Inc.
David Mintz - David Mintz Catering
Claudia Villalta-Mejia - Sony Pictures Ent.
Jacqui Hemingway – IATSE 873
Megan Guy - Cinespace
Eileen Kennedy - Region of Durham
Mark Angel - Starline Production Rentals
Randi Kruse - MBSE Canada
Amber Munro –DGC
Peggy Kyriakidou – NABET 700-M UNIFOR
Sean Porter – CMPA
Andy Micallef – Entertainment Partners Canada
Beth Nobes – IATSE 667
Anne Paynter – IATSE 411
Lidia Ragusa – Pinewood Toronto
Collin Joseph – City of Toronto
Jim Teevan - Sim
Mary Anne Waterhouse – Peacock Alley Ent.
Donna Goodwin - City of Kawartha Lakes
Shannon Bart - Netflix


In 2019, Ontario Creates engaged a sustainability working group comprised of interested industry organizations, service providers, unions, guilds and individual stakeholders. The results of the consultations were clear. The industry was actively looking for tools and training resources for sustainable film production practices, pathways to lower carbon emissions, reduced waste and a means to incorporate sustainable on-set management across the film and television sector.

Ontario Green Screen is the collaborative initiative between government, industry partners, unions, guilds, trade associations and companies that endeavours to make lasting change in the industry and to empower individuals, production companies and studios to make sustainable choices.

Ontario Green Screen Mission Provide the tools necessary to empower the motion picture industry in Ontario to incorporate and scale up environmentally sustainable best practices that lead to the well-being of our environment.

Ontario Green Screen Vision Ontario Green Screen envisions a robust industry that thrives through its commitment to environmental stewardship, made possible by a non-political partnership of industry stakeholders and government partners across the province.

Governance Ontario Green Screen is co-chaired by the Ontario Creates Film Commissioner and an elected/nominated industry co-chair. The co-chairs work with an advisory committee of partners to prioritize and deliver project initiatives and to reach goals set out by the multi-year strategic plan.

Creative Industries Pact
Ontario Green Screen is proud to be a signatory to the Creative Industries Pact.
Would you like to learn more about the Pact?

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