We're looking for sponsors that want to join our eco-savvy community of people and partners that have a strong appetite to discover new environmental films, ideas & lifestyles.
Our sponsors share our common goal to bring people together to explore relevant and compelling environmental ideas through film and discussion that inspires us all to revitalize our green connections & ambitions. We connect a passionate environmental audience with top documentary filmmakers, guests, sponsors and partners.
From Premieres and Parties to in-depth Panel Discussions and Audience Awards, there are multiple opportunities to participate in the Festival and reach our engaged audience. In 2015 we were at venues across the city, including Roxie Theater, SF Public Library, 518 Valencia and at the David Brower Center (Berkeley).
Out team will craft a package that will:
support your business objectives.
integrate your brand, image, products and services within our high-quality programming.
personalize your experience at the Festival.
In addition to financial contributions, the festival is seeking in-kind sponsors to support festival production, promotion, food and beverage, travel.
Thank you to all our 2015 Sponsors. More coming soon for our 2016 plans.
To get an idea of what we do, take a look at the 2015 Sponsor Deck and see the scope and impact you can have by joining us as a sponsor. Don't hesitate to get in touch and find out more.and hospitality.
Rachel Caplan, Founder & CEO: email@example.com
Gemma Bradshaw, COO, Strategy & Operations: firstname.lastname@example.org
Your Target Audience
Our audiences have three things in common: they love film; love the environment; and are committed to supporting a greener marketplace.
Patrons have a strong appetite to discover and adopt new ideas and products. Attendees come to the Festival to:
Learn about environmental challenges and solutions
To discover new films that are not readily available
Connect with other green-minded people and eco-experts.
The average Festival patron is a homeowner, 45 yrs old, holds a graduate / post-graduate degree earns an income of $100,000 - $150,000 per year. We have an ideal target audience of affluent and eco-savvy consumers. More Festival Demographics >>
What People Are Saying
"One of our green team’s primary goals is to get everyone on campus talking about why sustainability is such an exciting opportunity – both for individual associates and for Walmart as a whole. To do that, we couldn’t think of a better way than working with the SFGFF to show films that truly have an impact, helping audiences feel connected to environmental issues and inspiring them to get engaged."~ Anna Smalley, Walmart eCommerce Green Team, Screening Host Partner
“Part celebration, part inspiration and part education, the festival aims to energize audiences through the good works that so many people are doing to preserve the beauty and health of our planet. That’s not to say that the festival traffics in escapism and denies reality, only that it seeks out films that empower audiences — rather than bum them out — while conveying the state of things.” ~ KQED Arts
“I had a very positive experience. You all were able to get a good crowd and SF is the kind of town that responds to a film like this in a more sophisticated way than most, which was rewarding to see.” ~ Sandy McLeod, filmmaker, Seeds of Time
A special thank you to our 2015 Festival Sponsors!
Photos at top: Rafael Roy; SPUR Urbanist; Tommy Lau