Green Film Fest 2017 kicked off Thursday night at the historic Castro Theatre. Festival filmmakers and guests joined us for a special reception and the World Premiere of Mark Kitchell's new film Evolution of Organic.Read more
Who isn't curious about what happens behind the scenes while making a film?
Here's a sneak peak into the motivations and methods of Jennifer Galvin, the director of The Memory of Fish, which will be shown on Saturday, April 22, at 3 pm, in the Little Roxie.
Named as one of Good Magazine's 'The Good 100' in 2014, Dr. Galvin is spectacularly well-rounded.
Not only is she a film director, but also a public health and epidemiology doctor, an aquatic biologist, and a philanthropist.
Dr. Galvin was gracious enough to take time away from her busy schedule to answer a few burning questions for us.Read more
There are so many stories hidden on our dinner plate - where the food came from, who made it, why we decided to eat it.
And one thing we're particularly interested in is how we make nutritious food, delicious food. Food that's good for our health and the environment and available to everyone.Read more
Part eight of our film-lover’s guide to taking environmental action in the first 100 days of the new White House administration. This week we suggest two companion movies: Big Boys Gone Bananas and BANANAS!*.
We're back at the Commonwealth Club for our now annual pre-festival session with SF Bay Area filmmakers.Read more
Co-producers Mischa Hedges and Melissa Mahoney shared their experience of getting up close and personal with Californian fishermen for their film, Of The Sea, at our Encore Screening at San Francisco Public Library.
Working in small spaces, overnight and often with hooks and traps flying around, made filming on board the boats challenging.
But it was all necessary to get the real story of five California fishermen, and to show how our seafood choices can influence ocean sustainability.
Film entries for next year’s San Francisco Green Film Festival are coming in from across the globe.Read more
The Festival may be over but we're planning more screenings of some of your favorite films.Read more