The story of Ken Balcomb, a former U.S. Navy officer who solved a tragic mystery involving a mass stranding of whales in the Bahamas, and changed the way we understand our impact on the ocean.Read more
To us it may be a radioactive "Exclusion Zone" to them it's their ancestral homeland.Read more
Each year, many hundreds of environmental activists put their life on the line to protect wild places.
At the San Francisco Green Film Festival, we highly value sharing crucial environmental stories like these that have the power to educate, inform, and ignite change. We also pair solutions-oriented film themes with local non-profits to engage audiences with local action opportunities. Join our #morethanmovies movement!Read more
Spotlight California is a web series that follows comedian and filmmaker Kiran Deol as she travels across the state investigating the California we don't see on postcards.Read more
Delve into the inner conflicts of a new urban breed in the SF Bay Area: locavore hunters.Read more
At Green Film Fest 2016, Into The Sea was part of the Surf Shorts program. Women surfers around the globe who are creating a new surf culture. All of them plan to make every wave count.Read more
This year's Green Film Fest program stands in contrast to the film industry as a whole, of which women represent a very small margin of above-the-line roles.
Not only is the Festival headed up by a majority female staff and Board, the program of films we are showing this year features 21 works by female filmmakers.Read more
- Born Free film celebrates 50th Anniversary this yearRead more