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Renowned chef Massimo Bottura - patron of the world's best restaurant - creates an extraordinary soup kitchen.
A chronicle of the confrontation between billionaire Donald Trump and feisty 92-year-old Scottish widow, Molly Forbes.
Get on the trail with intrepid adventurer and wheelchair hiker Bob Coomber.
A documentary portrait of one man, the wild salmon he loves, and his fight to free a river.
This is coal country. Residents in Cheshire, Ohio, fight for their health, the environment and their home.
Exploring the plight and extinction of giraffes and the implications of their demise in our rapidly changing world.
Mark Cousins' bold doc is an impressionistic kaleidoscope of our nuclear times, with a new musical score by Mogwai.
An epic global adventure following a filmmaker and a world record free-diver as they travel the earth discovering the shocking impact plastic is having on our oceans.
The murder of a park ranger highlights the tension between Haiti and the Dominican Republic over charcoal exploitation and mass deforestation.
From a motley crew of back-to-the-landers to the exciting new futures of sustainable agriculture.
This special screening was part of our film-lover's guide to taking environmental action in the first 100 days of the new White House administration.
From the directors of Winged Migration and Oceans, experience nature first-hand and see the impact of humans through the eyes of the animals.
SF Premiere of Death By Design and expert discussion on the environmental impacts of our digital addiction. part of the Bay Area Science Festival.
Chronicling the fight between indigenous communities and government-supported business interests in the Peruvian Amazon.
We know that good things can come in small packages. Throughout the Festival we showcase an array of new, International short films.
Here's the A-Z of shorts screened at the 2016 Green Film Fest.
Seven grassroots activists from around the world head to Paris for the UN Climate Talks.
This wildlife epic first roared onto the big screen 50 years ago as the first mainstream Hollywood film to spotlight a big conservation issue.
Political documentarian Zhao Liang draws inspiration from The Divine Comedy for this simultaneously intoxicating and terrifying glimpse at the ravages wrought upon Inner Mongolia by its coal and iron industries.
The parallel stories of two women: Margaret Mead, who popularized cultural anthropology in America; and Susie Crate, an environmental anthropologist currently studying the impact of climate change.