There was much anticipation at the Closing Night of Green Film Fest 2017 on April 26 as we announced our first juried prize, the Green Fire Award.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
Part eleven 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: Wrenched.Read more
The film-lover’s guide to taking environmental action in the first 100 days of the new White House administration.
Part One: Inauguration Day, January 20Read more
There is still “low hanging fruit” when it comes to using our water better, said a civil engineer from the East Bay M.U.D at the San Francisco premiere of Monsoon.Read more
It's the question on everyone's asking: when are the rains coming?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:
Congrats to Jean Hill, star of Divide in Concord, who has been recognized by the EPA at the 2015 Environmental Merit Awards ceremony.Read more