This World Oceans Day, dive into our Festival archives for some impactful Cinemaquatic films. Funnel that inspiration into action by joining of many simultaneous marches, flotillas, and water celebrations across the country in the March for the Ocean Saturday, June 9th. March for the Ocean is about the survival of our blue planet. But it’s also about the fact that it’s not too late to turn the tide - restore and protect what we love.
Get inspired this International Workers’ Day with these four incredible films. Find out about the untold origins of workers’ unions, how labor activists are challenging systems of power, and how beauty and artistry can be found in surprising places.
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're thrilled that the Green Film Network has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the United Nations Environment Programme for worldwide collaboration.
In the many hundreds of films reviewed by our team each year, one thing is always clear: that environmental threats disproportionally affect marginalized communities in America. It’s more urgent than ever that we bring stories of eco-apartheid to audiences far and wide.
We’re celebrating Canada’s 150th Anniversary and taking a look back at the many great Canadian films that have shown at Green Film Fest.
Each year, we’re proud to bring many films from North of the border to San Francisco with support from our friends at the Consulate General of Canada in SF. Here our some of our favorite Canadian films & guests from recent festivals:
When you think of environmentalists as characters in Hollywood movies, I'm sure you've seen all the stereotypes.
We set out to create a film-lover's guide to taking environmental action in the first 100 days of the new White House administration.