LEGACY PROJECTS

The Legacy Project started with a desire to offset carbon emissions from our productions and give back to the communities in which movies and shows are filmed; it has become a Sony Pictures direct feature film requirement. Sony Pictures’ commitment not only helps offset the carbon footprint of each film production, but also makes an environmental contribution in a specific area.

EXAMPLES

Captain Phillips planted 66 trees for each of the days it filmed in Boston, Malta, London, Virginia and Morocco in Kent, United Kingdom.

No Good Deed worked with Trees Atlanta.

Goosebumps made a financial donation to Lifecycle Building Center, enabling the Center to both reclaim usable building materials from film projects and support the Atlanta theatrical community through the donation of salvaged materials.

Premium Rush worked with the New York Restoration Project’s MillionTreesNYC program and planted 97 trees throughout the neighborhoods in which the film was shot.

Ghostbusters gifted to Victory Programs Revision Urban Farm, supporting its work on behalf of the homeless throughout Boston.

Bad Teacher funded a school garden at the location where the movie was filmed, including nine drip irrigated planter beds and surrounding fruit trees.

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