SFGFF members were treated to a sneak-peek of the beautiful and moving film The Messenger for the annual SFGFF Members' Night.Read more
Dive alongside the whales in How to Change the World and the vanishing Manta rays in Racing Extinction and you'll soon be joining the characters in this year's ocean themed films that are rallying to save them.Read more
Can you spot Tommy Caldwell on El Capitan's Dawn Wall? At our upcoming screening of Valley Uprising, on March 10, you'll quickly learn why Yosemite is one of the world's greatest climbing areas.
It maintains the history of victorious stories of many rock climbers who have taken on the endless challenges of scaling all of its natural wonders. Every last one.Read more
We are so excited to share more compelling environmental documentaries with you in 2015! Our screening team is hard at work reviewing this year's entries, with over 330 film submissions from 46 countries for the festival in May.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.
I’d like to share with you one of my favorite green moments of 2014 and ask you to be a part of making many more special moments in 2015.
At this year’s Festival, a man got up on stage and brought the house down. Those in the crowd who weren’t crying, were cheering so loudly in standing ovation that the panel discussion took some time to begin.Read more
Scary movies come in many shapes and sizes, some of the most famous are shark-shaped. Last night we proved that not all shark films have to be horrors with a special screening of Shark Girl.Read more
This Halloween, join us for awe-inspiring new film Shark Girl & a celebration of our huge-jawed ocean friends. Mix & mingle, chat to shark experts, wear an ocean creature costume & enjoy a movie with us.
We’ve teamed up with non-profit Shark Stewards to bring you a spooktacular "Sharkoween". The culmination of Sharktober - an annual celebration of Great White Sharks migrating to the Bay Area.
There's no doubt that sharks have a bad reputation. But these beautiful creatures need our protection.Read more