We shared inspiring films, critical discussions, special events and incredible guests with you. You shared your environmental passion with us. Thank you!
The first half of this year's Festival has been an absolute blast! We love sharing these stories, guests, discussions, food, drink, music, and passion for the planet with you.
Follow us behind the scenes with Mariah Wilson, filmmaker of the 'Silent Forests'
Follow us behind the scenes with Rusty Prevatt, filmmaker of the 'The Wetlands: New Way Forward'
Follow us behind the scenes with Halimah Tariq, whose short film follows Pakistani activist Fatima as she helps female bonded labor workers escape the pollution and disease of their abusive working conditions.
We're so excited that Opening Night at the Castro Theatre is only one week away! Don't miss out on the incredible line-up of films, speakers, discussions, and panels in store this September 24 - 29, 2019.
Join us at Castro to meet Director Fredrik Gertten and United Nations Special Rapporteur on Adequate Housing, Leilani Farha (film subject). The post-screening discussion and Q&A will be moderated by Laura Wenus, Reporter & Host for "Civic," a San Francisco public affairs radio show and podcast from our Media Partner, the San Francisco Public Press.
Home means something different to everyone—and it runs deep through this year’s Festival. We’re showing incredible films and sparking conversations on critical issues such as affordable housing, migration, habitat loss, and more.
Green Film Fest will deepen the environmental conversation this year with the exciting new Impact Film Forum – a thoughtfully curated panel series with filmmakers, environmental thought-leaders, and change-makers. The Forum will be held at Manny's, a people-powered civic engagement space in the heart of the Mission, September 27 - 29.
The 1st London Green Film Festival at Regent’s Place was a huge hit! We had so much fun at the free eco-documentary outdoor festival ‘for conscious humans that like good films.'
Thank you to all of the amazing humans who participated.
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