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.
You want to dive into something creative to make a difference to the world.
But where to start?
It's easier than you think.
Grab a camera and follow our simple steps to inspire more people to change the world with your 1 minute film. And enter our Climate Action Film Contest!
Applications are now being accepted for our annual Media Arts Incubator Program, to support the work of local filmmakers and nurture groundbreaking independent media projects. Filmmakers with projects that align with the San Francisco Green Film Festival's mission are encouraged to apply.
More than 40 filmmakers and environmental experts joined us this past weekend at the Festival. It was a fantastic line-up of people talking about their films, new ideas for environmental action and getting our audience involved.
Check out the Festival Guests we have coming up over the next three nights.
This weekend we were thrilled to present three of our six awards to filmmakers. And there are still more to come!
Landfill Harmonic winner of our Inspiring Lives Award (Wednesday, June 3, 6pm) & our Audience Award will be announced at the Closing Night Party.
Bikes were center stage at last night's Opening Reception & Premiere of the 5th San Francisco Green Film Festival.
You'll get a chance to explore all kinds of art at this year's San Francisco Green Film Festival.
We're bringing together green artists from across the Bay Area, including, fine artists, sculptors, designers, photographers and filmmakers who are inspired by the environment.
Imagine if cities around the world cycled as much as the residents in Copenhagen, where 40% of residents commute by bike. What would our cities look like, how much CO2 and oil would we save, if more of us commuted by bike every day?