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The Green Film Fest Audience Award is voted on by film viewers at festival screenings throughout the week.Read more
Nuclear disarmament seems to have gone out of fashion with our current White House Administration. At the same time, the United Nations continues to work on a new treaty to ban nuclear weapons.Read more
Who isn't curious about what happens behind the scenes while making a film?
Our second 'sneak peak' installment looks into the motivations and methods of filmmaker David Vassar, whose Generation on the Wind, will be shown on Sunday, April 23, at 6:30 pm, in the Little Roxie.
The film depicts the efforts of an island community to try to develop alternative energy - wind power - before that was even a 'thing'.
Not only is it one of Vassar's earliest efforts, it was also an Academy Award nominee in 1979.
Recently, the film has been carefully restored by the Academy.
Part twelve of our film-lover’s guide to taking environmental action in the first 100 days of the new White House administration. This week's suggestion: Catching the Sun.Read more
Each year, Festival Founder and CEO Rachel Caplan picks one film that she makes her Director's Choice. A film that she wants to make sure gets some special attention.
Here's her pick for 2017:Read more
Part five of our film-lover’s guide to taking environmental action in the first 100 days of the new White House administration. This week's suggestion: Bidder 70.Read more
Part four of our film-lover’s guide to taking environmental action in the first 100 days of the new White House administration. This week's film suggestion: Dear President Obama.Read more
Encore! Encore! We heard you shout.
We're bringing back some of our favorite Green Film Fest 2016 films to give you a second chance to see them with our Encore Series.Read more
Green Film Fest CEO & Founder, Rachel Caplan, explains why Behemoth is this year’s ‘Director’s Choice’:Read more