We're back at the Commonwealth Club for our now annual pre-festival session with SF Bay Area filmmakers.
We can feel ourselves picking up speed as we get closer and closer to the festival! This week we introduce Donna Nitzberg, one of our amazing interns helping us spread the word about the festival. Read on to find out why she joined the team.
Under a new administration, fake news and alternative facts are the new policy creators with spin-doctors defending the way.
Our program is already starting to come together for April! Once more, we’ll be taking you on an epic voyage around the globe, with many international films already confirmed for the line-up.
This is even more vital with all the news of the past two weeks.
Co-producers Mischa Hedges and Melissa Mahoney shared their experience of getting up close and personal with Californian fishermen for their film, Of The Sea, at our Encore Screening at San Francisco Public Library.
Working in small spaces, overnight and often with hooks and traps flying around, made filming on board the boats challenging.
But it was all necessary to get the real story of five California fishermen, and to show how our seafood choices can influence ocean sustainability.
What a year. We've been looking back at our 2016 programs and wanted to share with you some of our milestones.
These are the moments that bring a smile to our face and inspire us to do even more in 2017.
Were you at any of these events? We would love to hear your stories and favorite moments.
Thank you for being a part of our eco-savvy, movie loving community!
In no particular order, here are our highlights of 2016:
This year there have been many award-worthy environmental documentaries. Telling stories that would otherwise go untold. So, if you're looking for some movies to watch, it can be hard to know where to start.
Here's an update on how to watch our Green Film Fest 2016 Award Winners.
Be sure to add them to your watch-list for the holidays.