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Oil is our greatest long-term national security threat.
Nine African Americans set out to change the face of the outdoors by taking on America's highest peak: Denali.
To us it may be a radioactive "Exclusion Zone" to them it's their ancestral homeland.
Each year, many hundreds of environmental activists put their life on the line to protect wild places.
Mark Ruffalo produces and narrates this direct appeal to the President to join the "anti-fracking" majority.
Mexico City faces a continual battle for access to water: getting it, rationing it, transporting it, and consuming it with the utmost judgment and care.
Fishermen are the stewards of some of the last wild food on our planet: fish.
Spotlight California is a web series that follows comedian and filmmaker Kiran Deol as she travels across the state investigating the California we don't see on postcards.
The race for clean energy is here.
Delving into the heart of the Mexican country.
An exquisite study of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline.
Imagine a society 10,000 years from now.
Denis Delestrac's (Sand Wars) audacious investigation reveals the mechanics and perils of freight shipping.
Delve into the inner conflicts of a new urban breed in the SF Bay Area: locavore hunters.
A race against time to save a 5,000-year-old Buddhist city in Afghanistan threatened by a Chinese state-owned copper mine.
A work-in-progress sneak peek from SFGFF's 2016 Filmmaker Residents: Join us for a preview of clips from this upcoming film and a discussion with the filmmakers on their creative process.
This is a story about clothing. It's about the clothes we wear, the people who make them, and the impact the fashion industry is having on our world.
In our race towards modernity, amidst all the technological innovation and the rapid growth of our cities, silence is now quickly passing into legend.
Get up close to wildlife in this immersive Virtual Reality workshop. Be at the center of a herd of Bison; foraging alongside a Grizzly; and diving among Manta Rays and Whale Sharks.
Flowing from southern Oregon to Northern California, the vast communities of the Klamath River have been feuding over its water for generations.