Film and Television Orchard
Join NYRP and the Film and Television community in our efforts to plant fruit trees at New York City Housing Authority’s South Jamaica Houses. With each gift of $1,000 we will plant and maintain a fruit tree, providing access to fresh produce for the thousands of residents. In an 11-building complex, growing this shared community garden is essential to building social capital and creating verdant, shared space for an underserved community.
New York Restoration Project (NYRP) is a non-profit organization driven by the conviction that all New Yorkers deserve beautiful, high-quality public space. Founded by Bette Midler in 1995, NYRP has planted trees, renovated gardens, restored parks, and transformed open space for communities throughout New York City’s five boroughs. As New York’s only citywide conservancy, we bring private resources to spaces that lack adequate municipal support, fortifying the City’s aging infrastructure.
NYC Film Green Initiative
The Film and Television Orchard is only the first step in greening New York City’s film and television industry! NYC Film Green an initiative of the Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment, is setting the gold standard for best practices in sustainable film and television production throughout the world! Enrolling in NYC Film Green will establish your production is among the green leaders in the entertainment industry. This voluntary program encourages productions to reduce their environmental impact and create a culture of sustainable production in New York City. To learn more, visit nyc.gov/filmgreen
Maniac (Season 1) Cast & Crew