The San Francisco Green Film Festival aims to provide as varied a program as possible, giving voice to filmmakers with a kaleidoscope of perspectives, styles, and stories.
Look at the the world with the eyes of a child, and you're sure to learn something new.
Even when things seem unbearably bleak, or the subject matter has been flogged to death, youthful naivety can sometimes break through a roadblock or reinvigorate the soul.
That's why we love, love, love to see what our youngest filmmakers have to say.
We know there are budding environmental filmmakers all around us. Are you a young director in the making? We want to see what you can do.Read more
What does climate change mean to you? What are you doing to solve the climate challenge? What is your climate message to the world?Read more
Hundreds of aspiring filmmakers showcased their talents by highlighting San Francisco’s environmental solutions in a competition organized by the San Francisco Green Film Festival.Read more
Film entries for next year’s San Francisco Green Film Festival are coming in from across the globe.Read more
This month launches the first annual Green Film Network Award as the transnational award for best environmental documentary of the year.Read more
Once again, SFGFF is a proud partner of Breathe California's Clear the Air Film Fest. Student entries are being accepted until February 14. Winning films will be eligible to win up to $1,000 and will be shown in our Future Filmmakers program at the Roxie on May 31. The Clear the Air Film Fest showcases short films that address air quality, the environment or tobacco use. High school students, college students, or youth-focused community organizations can enter the competition at www.cleartheairfilmfest.org.
Kermit was wrong! It is easy being green, and you know it. Show us your day-to-day ventures of green living in the Bay Area using Instagram, whether it be your bike ride to work, your locally grown lunch, your eco-fashion, or simply the trash you picked up off the beach. Document how you're making a difference by taking photos/videos and posting them on Instagram using the hashtag #sfgreenlife for a chance to earn a complimentary Festival Pass and to have your green life endeavors shown on the big screen at the 2014 Festival.