It's Global Wind Day - and we're setting out to catch the winds of change with our breathtaking film selections for this year's upcoming festival. In the meantime, we have a few films about wind from past years to celebrate one of nature's most powerful forces.
San Francisco Green Film Festival is thrilled to announce our new partnership with the 1st London Green Film Festival at Regent’s Place.
Join us for this free eco-documentary outdoor festival ‘for conscious humans that like good films’: July 17-26, 2019.
"Biodiversity is the food we eat, the water we drink, and it is also the air we breathe. More than that, biodiversity is part of us, as we humans are part of it." - Dr. Christina Paşca Palmer, Executive Secretary of the UN Convention on Biodiversity
From smog, soot, and mega-fires, to self-driving cars and Green New Deals - emissions have been on our minds at Fest HQ.
Submit your film to the 2019 Green Fire Award competition, a juried annual award for Best San Francisco Bay Area Environmental Feature with $2,500 cash prize!
Proof that film has the power to ignite change and galvanize action.
Happy World Wetlands Day! Check out SoLa: Louisiana Water Stories from our film archives for a story that gives voice and humanity to the man-made messes created by coastal oil spills like BP. Have you heard about the ongoing Taylor Oil Spill? It's been leaking 10,000 to 30,000 gallons of oil into the Gulf. Every day. For 14 years.
Social and environmental justice are inseparable.
Women and minorities are disproportionately affected by climate change, often because of social constructions that are deeply rooted in our societies around the globe. They are also essential to climate action and integral in finding solutions.