Film Archive

The True Cost

This is a story about clothing. It's about the clothes we wear, the people who make them, and the impact the fashion industry is having on our world.

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Wild VR: A new reality for environmental storytelling

Get up close to wildlife in this immersive Virtual Reality workshop. Be at the center of a herd of Bison; foraging alongside a Grizzly; and diving among Manta Rays and Whale Sharks.

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A River Between Us

Flowing from southern Oregon to Northern California, the vast communities of the Klamath River have been feuding over its water for generations.

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Into The Sea

At Green Film Fest 2016, Into The Sea was part of the Surf Shorts program. Women surfers around the globe who are creating a new surf culture. All of them plan to make every wave count.

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Jumbo Wild

The Jumbo Valley, located deep in the wilds of British Columbia, has long been revered for its spiritual significance and beauty.

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How To Let Go Of The World (and love all the things climate can't change)

Opening Night of the 2016 Green Film Fest, we were joined by Oscar-nominated filmmaker Josh Fox for the SF Premiere of his new film How To Let Go Of the World (and love all the things climate can't change)

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The Yes Men are Revolting

The Yes Men in person with their latest film.

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Monsoon

San Francisco Green Film Festival proudly presented the SF Premiere of Monsoon at the 5th Bay Area Science Festival. After the screening, there was a discussion on our global rains, including monsoons, the California drought and impending El Niño.

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The Messenger

Find out what's killing our songbirds, and what can be done about it, in this visually breathtaking documentary.

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Short FIlms - 2015 SF Green Film Festival

We know that good things can come in small packages. Throughout the Festival we showcase an array of new, International short films.

Here's the A-Z of shorts screened at the 5th San Francisco Green Film Festival.


 

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Racing Extinction

From the filmmakers behind The Cove, Academy Award-winning director Louie Psihoyos now bears witness to another global problem—mankind's role in precipitating mass extinction, potentially resulting in the loss of half of the world's species. 

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Landfill Harmonic

The world sends them garbage and they send back music. Follows the Orchestra as it takes its inspiring spectacle of trash-into-music around the world.

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An Omnivorous Family’s Dilemma (Jap-sik-ga-jo-gui-dil-le-ma)

When a Korean mother becomes vegetarian she goes on a journey of discovery: revealing the impacts of intensive pig farming and the personal implications of our food choices.

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Just Eat It: A Food Waste Story

Filmmakers and food lovers Jen and Grant dive into the issue of waste from farm, through retail, all the way to the back of their own fridge.

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Slums: Cities of Tomorrow (Bidonville: architectures de la ville future)

From the heart of the planet's slums and squats, individuals have taken over these marginalized worlds and erected cities in their own image.   

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Black Ice

When Greenpeace set sail to protest oil drilling in the Arctic Ocean, no-one on board knew an international dispute was on the horizon.

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Unearthed

A young South African swallows her optimism on fracking in her Karoo hometown and sets out to uncover the hidden truths of the gas industry.

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Good Things Await (Så meget godt i vente)

Niels is one of the most idealistic farmers in Denmark. Follow his struggle to make sure that this way of farming survives.

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Black

There is an increasing tension in Taiwan between industry and agriculture as wastewater pollution contaminates the rice fields.

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ThuleTuvalu

Climate change is already reality, it is changing the entire existence for the inhabitants of Thule and Tuvalu.

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