We’ve been shocked by the recent events in Charlottesville and the stark reminder of our racial inequality here in the US. And now on August 26, a white supremacist rally is coming to San Francisco. (Join us this weekend at one of the city’s peaceful protests.)
We’re celebrating Canada’s 150th Anniversary and taking a look back at the many great Canadian films that have shown at Green Film Fest.
Each year, we’re proud to bring many films from North of the border to San Francisco with support from our friends at the Consulate General of Canada in SF. Here our some of our favorite Canadian films & guests from recent festivals:
When you think of environmentalists as characters in Hollywood movies, I'm sure you've seen all the stereotypes.
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)
Green Film Fest 2017 ended on a musical note April 26 with the Closing Night World Premiere of Twelve Pianos, after hosting a week of the latest environmental films, expert panels, and discussions in theaters across the city.
We set out to create a film-lover's guide to taking environmental action in the first 100 days of the new White House administration.