Super Tuesday is here: it’s time to get out and Vote for the Planet. With our climate in chaos and the Green New Deal at stake, there’s never been a more urgent moment to make your voice heard.
Need some inspiration? With the roll-back of environmental regulations and international climate programs, we’ve been taking strength from the films and filmmakers in our SF Green Film Festival archive. Here’s a list of essential films we compiled after the 2016 election, to arm you with the knowledge, ideas, and inspiration to resist Trump’s environmental agenda. Together we can watch and learn from the people taking on the climate deniers, standing up to power and offering up new solutions.
We are also drawing inspiration from the flood of film submissions coming in for the 10th Anniversary Festival in September. We’re seeing more entries than ever, from every corner of the globe, strengthening our commitment to bringing you the newest stories from the environmental frontlines. Consider making a gift to support this work in 2020, and bring even more international voices to audiences.
Thank you for all that you do for a greener planet.
SF Green Film Festival
Call for Entries Regular Deadline is coming up March 15
Help us spread the word to all the environmental enthusiasts and film fans out there: submissions are still open for the 10th anniversary San Francisco Green Film Festival, coming September 10-20, 2020!
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Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day With Us
Encore Screening of AY MARIPOSA, Apr 21
Join us for this free encore screening of the award-winning Ay Mariposa - a film about butterflies and border walls.
"This film delivered to me tears, rage, and most dangerous of all, hope." ~ Laiken Jordhal, Center for Biological Diversity
Tuesday, April 21 :: 6 pm
Koret Auditorium, San Francisco Public Library :: 100 Larkin St.
SFGFF Co-Presents at Int'l Ocean Film Fest, Mar 12 & 13
CINEMARE SHORTS SHOWCASE, Mar 12
Cowell Theater :: 2 Marina Blvd.
Thursday, Mar 12 :: 4pm-6pm
Presented by CineMare International Ocean Film Festival
Kiel, Germany (San Francisco's sister city)
A dynamic medley of artistic styles illustrate some of the most interesting and mysterious aspects about our world's deepest spaces.
Join us at the International Ocean Film Festival for a stunning shorts showcase about our oceans on Thursday, March 12th - presented by SFGFF's Green Film Network partners CineMare in Kiel, Germany.
THE MILL, Mar 13
Cowell Theater :: 2 Marina Blvd.
Friday, Mar 13 :: 1pm-3pm
Near a First Nations community in Nova Scotia, a paper mill had to stop discharging waste into noxious ponds that for decades polluted both air and water. Their cleanup plan is strongly opposed by both the native community and fisherfolk - but if the mill closes, it will put over 10,000 jobs at risk.
Join us at Int'l Ocean Film Fest to delve into this critical conversation.