We are really lucky to have an army of fantastic volunteers behind us who help make the Festival a success year on year.
In our series of blog posts taking a look behind the scenes here at Festival HQ, Andrew Northrup - our Community Outreach Coordinator - tells us why he wanted to join the team:
Each year we pick an environmental theme for Green Film Fest to shine a light on a particularly timely and important issue.
We have a fantastic and diverse line-up of films for you at this year’s Green Film Fest and we’re excited to announce the theme which ties everything together: Keep It Wild.
These are our 2016 green resolutions. Check in at the end of this month to find out how we're getting on!
And we can’t wait to be there for Opening Night of the 6th San Francisco Green Film Festival on April 14.
Could the new elevated bike lane on Market Street get more people on their bikes? Debbie Chisholm, one of our volunteers, is a regular cyclist through the city and says it's an ideal topic for our Climate Action Film Contest
“Probably our most important piece of technology was a large umbrella” – Stella Gunnarsson on the making of MONSOON
On November 3, San Francisco Green Film Festival will host the SF premiere of Monsoon, which charts the progress of India’s annual monsoon season in a stunning cinematic journey through the country.