Our Expert Panel
We have an incredible group of experts guiding Flickers of the Future. This group brings together leading academics, film & media industry experts and business leaders all passionate about forging a truly sustainable future.
Competition Patron: RICHARD CURTIS film maker, Founder Comic Relief and Project Everyone and UN Advocate for the Sustainable Development Goals.
PROFESSOR TIM JACKSON (& CUSP TEAM), Director of the Centre for Understanding Sustainable Prosperity (CUSP), University of Surrey
PROFESSOR TIM KASSER, Author & Professor of Psychology, Knox university
DR VANESSA TIMMER, Executive Director of OneEarth; Senior Research Fellow at Utrecht University
PROFESSOR DENISE BADEN, Professor of Sustainable Business & Founder of Green Stories
KEVIN MACDONALD, Director, Writer & Producer
SAM RICE-EDWARDS, Editor & Owner, The Assembly Room
JACQUES PERETTI, Investigative reporter, author and presenter
NARESH RAMCHANDANI, Do the Green Thing
ANDREW ROBINSON, Senior Consultant, Green Spark Group
RICHARD WEBB, Film and TV Producer
GRAHAM SMITH, Grand Scheme Media
JEREMY MATHIEU, BBC Sustainability Advisor
JAMES WALLMAN, Author, Journalist, Activist and Keynote Speaker
SARAH WOODS, Playwright, Lecturer and Campaigner
KATE DALE, Head of Campaigns Sport England, responsible for This Girl Can campaign
VALERIE KELLER, Co-Founder and CEO of Imagine
LISE KINGO, Executive Director of the United Nations Global Compact.
JEREMY OPPENHEIM, Founding Partner SYSTEMIQ and Chair of Global Action Plan
JEFF SEABRIGHT, Chief Sustainability Officer of Unilever
JARVIS SMITH, Publisher of MyGreenPod and TV personality
GUNHILD A STORDALEN, Founder and Executive Chair of EAT
HALLA TOMASDOTTIR, CEO The B Team
Expert Panel feature: Professor Tim Jackson, Director of the Centre for Understanding Sustainable Prosperity, University of Surrey, talks about why young filmmakers should enter Flickers of the Future.
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