Flowing from southern Oregon to Northern California, the vast communities of the Klamath River have been feuding over its water for generations.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
Opening Night of the 2016 Green Film Fest, we were joined by Oscar-nominated filmmaker Josh Fox for the SF Premiere of his new film How To Let Go Of the World (and love all the things climate can't change)Read more
A decade later, what is the legacy of Hurricane Katrina?
SFGFF selects five powerful films that reflect on the storm and its aftermath:
We know that good things can come in small packages. Throughout the Festival we showcase an array of new, International short films.
Here's the A-Z of shorts screened at the 5th San Francisco Green Film Festival.
The world sends them garbage and they send back music. Follows the Orchestra as it takes its inspiring spectacle of trash-into-music around the world.Read more
From the heart of the planet's slums and squats, individuals have taken over these marginalized worlds and erected cities in their own image.Read more
When Greenpeace set sail to protest oil drilling in the Arctic Ocean, no-one on board knew an international dispute was on the horizon.Read more
A young South African swallows her optimism on fracking in her Karoo hometown and sets out to uncover the hidden truths of the gas industry.Read more
There is an increasing tension in Taiwan between industry and agriculture as wastewater pollution contaminates the rice fields.Read more