Green Film Fest will deepen the environmental conversation this year with the exciting new Impact Film Forum – a thoughtfully curated panel series with filmmakers, environmental thought-leaders, and change-makers. The Forum will be held at Manny's, a people-powered civic engagement space in the heart of the Mission, September 27 - 29.
Manny’s is a community-focused meeting and learning place in the heart of SF that combines a restaurant, political bookshop, and civic engagement space. Session topics at the Impact Film Forum will include Accountable Filmmaking, Climate Justice, and Youth Voices - a panel curated and hosted by environmental youth leaders.
There will also be a forum session on Ecology of Place, which will feature discussions around this year’s Home theme. Topics include the global housing crisis, gentrification, displacement, immigration, and housing as a human right.
Dig into the topics with us and change-makers including filmmakers Judith Helfand (Cooked: Survival by Zip Code), Michelle Lanier (Mossville: When Great Trees Fall), and leaders from the Sunrise movement.
Full program will be announced and tickets available from August 29.
The Impact Film Forum is supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts. Thank you!
A special thanks to the Forum Guest Curator Leah Mahan.
Photo at top by Tommy Lau.