San Francisco Green Film Festival is pleased to announce that Green Film Fest 2018 will open in September to align with the city’s Global Climate Action Summit.
“We are excited to open the 8th annual festival in September when green leaders from around the world will come to San Francisco to support the Paris Climate Agreement,” said SFGFF’s Founder & CEO, Rachel Caplan. “With the planet heating up, environmental protections at risk, and political forces in flux, Green Film Fest 2018 will serve our audiences, filmmakers, campaigns and causes with inspiring and entertaining stories that seek solutions and stimulate action.”
Green Film Fest 2018 will launch on September 6 with a spectacular Opening Night at the Castro Theatre. Other festival venues will include Roxie, 518 Valencia, Bayview Opera House, and San Francisco Public Library.
Film & guest highlights will be announced in June. A full press conference with the complete line-up of programs, guests, and venues will be held in August. Visit greenfilmfest.org for the latest information.
About San Francisco Green Film Festival:
Launched in 2011, San Francisco Green Film Festival is the West Coast's leading organization for films & conversations about people and the planet. SFGFF educates and connects communities through fun, fearless, forward-thinking environmental film programs like the flagship annual Green Film Fest, along with year-round community screenings and events in the San Francisco Bay Area. Attendees discover new, top-quality films from around the globe, encounter stories from the front lines of the world’s most urgent environmental issues, and get inspired to collaborate and innovate towards solutions.