Thank you so much to everyone who came out to the Once Was Water screening on 5/29! After a rockin' performance by a Las Vegas Elvis Tribute Artist, this compelling new film captivated a packed house at the Roxie Theater.
Through the generous support from attendees, we will be able to provide over 130 places for students years 6-12 at the festival in September - helping us towards the goal we hold ourselves to: free festival admission for all students. Last year we were able to give spots to 900 students. In order to reach and even surpass this amazing number at the 2019 festival, donations and ticket purchases for events like this screening are key. Every donation or ticket purchase allows a Bay Area student to take a part in this year's festivities!
Once Was Water
Las Vegas, Nevada: the thirstiest city in the driest state, is now trying to leverage that reputation by turning itself into a hub for new and innovative water technology. Some are saying that it may even become the Silicon Valley of Water Conservation. Everything is watched, measured and checked. Water is recycled and returned to the source. Every drop is monitored acoustically to detect possible leaks within 6,500 miles of pipes. This inspiring film focuses on innovative solutions that could serve as models in other parts of the world. (Christopher Beaver, USA, 2019, 53 min.)
Screening includes live music performance with Las Vegas special guest!
Wednesday, May 29 :: 7:00pm
Roxie Theater :: 3117 16th Street at Valencia
Transit: BART: 16th Street Station // MUNI Lines: 14, 22, 33, 49, 55 // limited street parking // parking garage at 16th & Hoff
A Summer Benefit for SF Green Film Festival 2019
San Francisco Green Film Festival is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization using the power of film to spark green ideas and actions.
Ticket sales and donations from this event will go directly to our Youth Ticket Fund, giving young people age 18 & under free access to any of the Festival’s films and other programs. With supporters like you, nearly 900 free youth tickets were issued at the 2018 Festival!
The 9th San Francisco Green Film Festival returns September 11-18, 2019, at the Castro Theatre, Roxie, Exploratorium and other city venues. Join in at greenfilmfest.org
Can't join us on May 29? You can still make a donation to support our work.
VIP Tickets: Reception & Film
Join us at 5:30pm-6:30pm for drinks at Bond to meet with filmmakers Christopher Beaver and Diana Fuller, as well as Festival team and supporters! Ticket includes reception with beverages and light bites, plus the film screening at Roxie with reserved seating. Bond is at 3079 16th St, between Mission/Valencia and just 1 block from Roxie.
General Admission Tickets: Pay What You Can
2019 New ticket prices: Taking equity and inclusion into account. In order to make programs accessible for all, we’ve introduced a sliding scale ticket price for our events. You can choose what you pay based on your circumstances. Find out more.
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