San Francisco Green Film Festival

Earth Month has ended, but Earth Year is in full swing! From the global Youth Climate Strikes to droves of Green New Deal pledges, there has been some truly inspirational environmental momentum lately.

The Goldman Environmental Prize Awards in San Francisco this week showcased six fearless environmental trailblazers from Liberia, Mongolia, Cook Islands, Macedonia, Chile and the USA. Read about their stories and triumphs. SFGFF joined in at the ceremonies, and being surrounded by so many environmental leaders and eco warriors filled us with hope for the future.

May your May be merry and green!


SF Green Film Festival

Final Call for Entries!

Submit your films before Sunday, May 5 to be considered for the 9th Annual SF Green Film Festival, September 11-18, 2019.

Our Screening Committee is already reviewing some incredible films! Don't miss your chance to be a part of this year's Fest.

Once Was Water Sneak Preview & Summer Benefit, May 29

Join a special sneak preview of new documentary Once Was Water from director Christopher Beaver and producer Diana Fuller, the creative team behind Racing to Zero: In Pursuit of Zero Waste (SFGFF 2015). This event is a Summer Benefit for the 2019 San Francisco Green Film Festival!

Las Vegas, Nevada: the thirstiest city in the driest state, is now trying to leverage that reputation by turning itself into a hub for new and innovative water technology. This inspiring film focuses on innovative solutions that could serve as models in other parts of the world. (Christopher Beaver, USA, 2019, 53 min.)

Screening includes live music performance with Las Vegas special guest!

Wednesday, May 29 :: 7:00pm
Roxie Theater :: 3117 16th Street at Valencia

Ticket sales and donations from this event will go directly to our Youth Ticket Fund, giving young people age 18 & under free access to any of the Festival’s films and other programs. With supporters like you, nearly 900 free youth tickets were issued at the 2018 Festival!

Eating Up Easter, May 10

SF Green Film Fest is thrilled to co-present Eating Up Easter at CAAMFest37, presented by Center for Asian American Media.

This story of indigenous leadership and environmental justice inspires hope for the preservation of culture, life, and our world. (Sergio Mata‘u Rapu, Chile/USA, 2018, 76 min)

Friday, May 10 :: 5:20pm
New People Cinema :: 1746 Post St.

Expected attendee: Sergio M. Rapu (Director/Producer)

Use code CAAMunity at checkout for discounted tickets!

Last Sunrise, May 10 & 11

SFGFF is pleased to co-present Last Sunrise at CAAMFest37, presented by Center for Asian American Media. This film brings us on an existential journey through a science-fiction parallel universe, forcing us to reflect on the harsh limitations of energy and resources.

What will these characters do to attempt to ensure the future of mankind? (Wen Ren, USA, 2019, 103 min)

Friday, May 10 :: 9:45pm
AMC Kabuki 8 :: 1881 Post St.


Friday, May 10 :: 9:45pm
AMC Kabuki 8 :: 1881 Post St.

Take A Deep Breath: Films About Air Pollution Solutions

From smog, soot, and mega-fires, to self-driving cars and Green New Deals - emissions have been on our minds at Fest HQ.

Breathe in. Breathe out. There is still time for solutions. Let's take a look at films from the Festival archives that teach us about what steps we can take to combat air pollution.

San Francisco Green Film Festival · Ninth Street Independent Film Center 145 9th Street, Suite 220, San Francisco, CA 94103, United States
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