A lyrical and poetic film showing what it takes to to make the whitest salt in the world.Read more
Bay Area filmmaker Gail Mallimson follows the struggle to save rare butterflies on land planned for luxury housing on San Bruno mountain.Read more
Hugo and David were born on opposite ends of the oil pipeline. Both want to protect the Amazon from the devastation of oil.Read more
We're always excited to meet filmmakers that are new to the Festival this year and to get a glimpse behind the scenes filming with our directors.Read more
Watch online now! The beautiful, wonderful, animated film Sticky, winner of the Best Short Award at the 2014 San Francisco Green Film Festival.
An A-Z of all the short films that screened at the 4th San Francisco Green Film Festival, May 28 - June 1, 2014.
Food is front of mind as we all come together with friends and family for Thanksgiving. Whether it's your old family recipe for pumpkin pie or a new take on turkey and all the trimmings, one things for sure, sharing food and traditions is what makes this holiday special.
Here are our top three Festival documentaries that have sharing and food at the heart of their story.Read more
Conservationist, filmmaker, activist, delinquent – 20-year-old Madison Stewart has been called many things, but to her friends she’s simply 'shark girl'. There's no doubt that sharks have a bad reputation. But these beautiful creatures need our protection.
Do you know what is hiding beneath our cities? Lost Rivers shows us the nature we have concealed beneath our feet and the quest by urban dwellers around the world to bring it back and make our cities more livable.