Composite photo of movie set with actors in period costumes in front of a green screen and a photo of Antonio Saillant


Sustainability in Films, TV, and Broadway with Antonio Saillant

April 22, 2022
12:30 PM – 2:00 PM

Anna Rubin Hall, Room 308-10
Long Island, NY

Join Sustainable Film Producer Antonio Saillant (B.S. ‘90), who will participate in New York Institute of Technology's Earth Week festivities by giving an important presentation on sustainable initiatives in film, television, and on Broadway, covering practices from energy to waste and beyond. Refreshments will be served at 12:30 p.m., and the presentation will begin at 1 p.m.

Sponsored by the College of Engineering and Computing Sciences.

R.S.V.P. (indicating in-person or Zoom) by April 15: Robert Amundsen,

About our Speaker

Antonio Saillant is proactive in conserving energy in the television and movie industries, pushing ideas forward and producing environmentally sound results. In furthering his passion for greening the entertainment industry, Saillant formed Angel Light Communications and The Saillant Company, a subsidiary of Angel Light committed to demonstrating that the movie and television industries can be environmentally responsible and providing filmmakers with the tactics and strategies for greener productions. Saillant worked with Ted Kotcheff, former executive producer of NBC's "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," for many seasons and is now working on a football drama, "Knights58," and feature film Sky Carrier.

Prior to Angel Light, Saillant was an energy consultant for Con Edison and various pharmaceutical companies for many years. He has combined his knowledge of the energy business with the entertainment industry in hopes of contributing to a more sustainable future. Saillant earned his degree in mechanical engineering from New York Tech.