Why I Quit Working on Abusive Film Sets - and What I'm Doing to Reframe the Industry

From Volunteer Film Crew Member to Inclusive Production House Owner

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As an entrepreneur, filmmaker, and community movement-maker, Greg Hemmings is a global thought leader in the area of positive social impact filmmaking. Greg’s focus is on how companies can inspire positive change by investing in social impact films and at the same time, increase brand trust in the market.

His commitment for positive social change has taken him and his team to all corners of the globe to tell global stories to inspire local change and local stories to inspire global change. His company, Hemmings House, is a certified B-Corporation and employs 12 full-time change-makers who feverishly produce filmed content that makes a difference. Hemmings House has been producing film content for the brand marketing and global broadcast industries for almost a decade. They have also created a process that engages social community and brand stakeholders in the film story experience helping to accelerate social movements that matter to them.

Their TV series’ and documentaries have been sold to over 60 broadcasters around the world, and they have helped connect customers to brands with aligned values by helping tell authentic stories that build trust.

Greg is a member of the Order of the Wallace McCain Institute and a graduate of the Wallace McCain Institute’s Entrepreneur Leadership Program. He has also furthered his training with the National Screen Institute for their Global Television Marketing Program in Winnipeg and Cannes France, as well as the North American Media Executive Leadership Program in Banff.

Greg has won multiple awards internationally and regionally including the prestigious Royal Common Wealth Society’s Vision Film Award in London England. 

Greg is also a mentor, public speaker, podcaster, writer, adventurer, musician…and most importantly a dad and husband.

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Women Don't Sleep Less Than Men and Other Reasons the 'Gender Sleep Gap' is Slightly Off

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Van Winkle’s is a new website dedicated to exploring how sleep affects and informs our lives, both at night and during the day. Sleep may account for one-third of our time, but it influences us around the clock. Whether it’s sleep as related to science, health, family, pets, sex, or travel, we’re eager to learn more.

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10/19/2017
From Volunteer Film Crew Member to Inclusive Production House Owner It was early winter of 1998 when I heard that a Hollywood feature film was going to be shot in my hometown of Saint... read more
Woman and man in bed together with green sheets and pillowcases.
04/19/2017
GirlZZZ and BoyZZZ by Theresa Fisher | Van Winkle's Romper ran a piece called "What Is the Gender Sleep Gap? Science Shows Men Get More (& Better) Sleep Than Women." The article,... read more
Various movie reels, projectors, phonographs, etc
10/19/2017
From Volunteer Film Crew Member to Inclusive Production House Owner It was early winter of 1998 when I heard that a Hollywood feature film was going to be shot in my hometown of Saint... read more
Woman and man in bed together with green sheets and pillowcases.
04/19/2017
GirlZZZ and BoyZZZ by Theresa Fisher | Van Winkle's Romper ran a piece called "What Is the Gender Sleep Gap? Science Shows Men Get More (& Better) Sleep Than Women." The article,... read more