Wild Tales: Filmmaking & Conservation // March 21

Films can make us cry, make us laugh out loud and keep us thinking for days. From Blackfish to Racing Extinction, filmmakers are capturing the power people have to make significant change and to protect our environments and wildlife.

Join Green Film Fest and leading Bay Area wildlife filmmakers for a discussion about the role of filmmaking to save species and habitats. Whether it is butterflies on San Bruno mountain or lions in Kenya, we want to share how film has played a leading part in having stories heard and told.

Plus a preview of this year's San Francisco Green Film Festival running from April 14-20!

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5:30pm Networking Reception
6:00pm Program

Panelists:
- Judy Irving, director of The Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill and Pelican Dreams
- David McGuire, filmmaker and founder of Shark Stewards
- Rachel Caplan, CEO, Green Film Fest (moderator)

Presented in partnership with the Environment & Natural Resources Member Led Forum of the Commonwealth Club of California.

WHEN
March 21, 2016 at 6pm - 7:30pm
WHERE
The Commonwealth Club of California: San Francisco
555 Post St
San Francisco, CA 94102
United States
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