Green Film Fest 2017 - Watch Again

Want to share your favorite Green Film Fest film with friends? Did you love the film so much you want to see it again? 

Here you can find details of where you can watch Green Film Fest 2017 feature films.

(last updated: May, 2017)

Film Posters

4 Wheel Bob

Get on the trail with intrepid adventurer and wheelchair hiker Bob Coomber.
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The Age of Consequences

Investigating the impacts of irreversible climate change through the lens of U.S. national security and global instability.
Available Online

The Art of Recovery

After the devastating Christchurch earthquake, community members began using newly vacant city land for art, gardens, and gathering spaces.
Available online

Atomic: Living in Dread & Promise

Director's Choice: Mark Cousins' bold doc is an impressionistic kaleidoscope of our nuclear times, with a new musical score by Mogwai.
Soundtrack by Mogwai available online

Can You Dig This 

Following four improbable gardeners as they join a movement to uproot the status quo in South L.A.
Available on Netflix, Amazon and other services online.

Cheshire Ohio

This is coal country. Residents in Cheshire, Ohio, fight for their health, the environment and their home.
More info coming soon.

Dark Circle

Film Classic: Acclaimed 1982 doc exploring in evocative, personal and immediate terms how all of us have been affected by the nuclear age.
DVD available to buy online 

Dead Donkeys Fear No Hyenas

2017 Green Tenacity Award: A new wave of colonialism is hitting Africa - the murky world of foreign investors buying farmland in developing countries.
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Dr. Strangelove Or: How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Bomb

Film Classic: Stanley Kubrick’s classic 1964 Cold War satire, with Peter Sellers as the eponymous Doctor with an ingenious and irrevocable scheme. Available at San Francisco Public Library

thousand_cuts_to_plastic_china.jpgDeath By A Thousand Cuts

The murder of a park ranger highlights the tension between Haiti and the Dominican Republic over charcoal exploitation and mass deforestation.
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Evolution of Organic

From a motley crew of back-to-the-landers to the exciting new futures of sustainable agriculture.
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The Island and The Whales

The whale hunters of the Faroe Islands believe that hunting is vital to their way of life, but now marine pollution is threatening this forever.
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Last of the Longnecks (AKA Walking with Giraffes)

Exploring the plight and extinction of giraffes and the implications of their demise in our rapidly changing world. 
Available on Nat Geo Wild May 21, 2017

The Memory of Fish

A documentary portrait of one man, the wild salmon he loves, and his fight to free a river.
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Plastic China

11-year-old Yi-Jie lives in a recycling workshop, sorting through mountains of plastic waste. She dreams of her future.
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A Plastic Ocean

An epic global adventure following a filmmaker and a world record free-diver as they travel the earth discovering the shocking impact plastic is having on our oceans.
Available online

Rancher, Farmer, Fisherman

This illuminating film spotlights unlikely conservationists, stewards of the land and sea who don't fit preconceptions of environmentalists.
Available on Discovery, airing August, 2017

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RISE: Standing Rock

2017 Best Feature Award: An essential documentation of one of the most urgent environmental struggles happening today - to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Available on Viceland

RiverBlue

River advocate Mark Angelo journeys through some of the world's most polluted riverways to reveal the dark side of the fashion industry.
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Samuel in the Clouds

In Bolivia, the glaciers are melting as Samuel, an old ski lift operator, looks out of his window on the rooftop of the world.
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Theater of Life

Renowned chef Massimo Bottura - patron of the world's best restaurant - creates an extraordinary soup kitchen.
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Tidewater

American Resilience Project's first production explores the Tidewater region of Virginia and North Carolina, whose vulnerability most affects overall U.S. national security.
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Twelve Pianos

A documentary film about artist/musician Mauro ffortissimo, and some pianos that want to save the world.
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Women's March

On Jan. 21, 2017, people across this country come together to stand up for causes they believe in. What is their motivation to march?
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Yasuni Man

An incredible expedition through Ecuador’s Yasuni exploring the impact of oil development on the biodiversity of the forest and its people.
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You've Been Trumped Too

A chronicle of the confrontation between billionaire Donald Trump and feisty 92-year-old Scottish widow, Molly Forbes.
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Short Films

These are the short films from Green Film Fest 2017 that are currently available online. You can find a complete list of films screened at the festival on our website.

Best of Luck With the Wall

Available free online.

Climate Action Film Contest

Winners of the Green Film Fest 2017 Contest available online.

Cormorants in the Crosshairs

Available free online

Home Flavored

Available free online

Green VR

Playlist available on YouTube

Lost in Light

Available free online

Pangolin

Green Film Fest 2017 Best Short Award Winner.

The Perennial

Available free online

The Plastic Bottle Controversy - Explained

Young Filmmaker Award winner. Available free online

Unbroken Ground

Available free online

Velo Visionaries - Alicia Tapia

Available free online


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