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2013 Film Festival Program

DOWNLOAD PROGRAM GUIDE [PDF] >> The 2013 San Francisco Green Film Festival includes 50 films from around the globe, with over 70 visiting filmmakers and guest speakers covering environmental topics surrounding clean energy, green chemistry, food, housing, trash, water, and art in the environment. The festival takes place Thursday, May 30 through Wednesday, June 5, […]

Lights! Camera! Take Action! [downloads]

INSPIRED TO DO SOMETHING DIFFERENT Have you seen a festival film and started thinking “What can I do?” Then check out our ‘Take Action!’ resources. Find out how you can get involved and have an impact on some of the most pressing environmental issues. ACTIVISM Design Your Our Own Action Steps [PDF] ENERGY The City […]

Films from the 2013 Festival: Watch Again!

Feature Films: Because I Live Longer Than You For updates on the film: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Weil-ich-l%C3%A4nger-lebe-als-du/267069903349432 Bidder 70 For the latest screenings: http://www.bidder70film.com/#!screenings/cjg9 Buy the DVD: http://www.bidder70film.com/ Big Boys Gone Bananas!* To buy the film: http://www.bigboysgonebananas.com/welcome?splash=1 Breathing Earth: Susumu Shingu’s Dream Film website: http://www.thomas-riedelsheimer.de/Breathing_Earth.html Dear Governor Cuomo Now available to download on iTunes, Amazon, YouTube, Vudu, Playstation, […]

2013 Festival Filmmakers and Guest Speakers

Guests expected at the 2013 Festival. Attendance is never guaranteed. Please check back for further additions. Jon Bowermaster, Director, Dear Governor Cuomo Tim Bradshaw, San Francisco Correspondent, Financial Times (on Cradle-to-Cradle panel) Edward Brown, Director, Unacceptable Levels Susan Cann, Producer, Unacceptable Levels Kevin Connelly, Associate Director, Earth Island Institute (at A River Changes Course and […]

May 22 Festival Preview/Outdoor Screening: Tiny – A Story About Living Small

Can living small go big? Fresh off its premiere at SXSW 2013, TINY, a film about families living in homes smaller than a parking space and one couple’s attempts to build a similarly scaled house for themselves, will feel perfectly sized for a screening in the street-turned-pedestrian plaza atmosphere of Annie Alley. As a sneak […]

June 4: Free Youth Program

Tuesday, June 4 at 12:00 noon Koret Auditorium SF Public Library Main Branch 100 Larkin St., San Francisco (at Civic Center BART) Join us at the 3rd San Francisco Green Film Festival for this special free event! Learn about the threats of plastic pollution to animals and humans and the importance of protecting our oceans, […]

2013 Festival Special Events

OPENING NIGHT PREMIERE: Rebels With A Cause Nancy Kelly, USA, 2012, 74 mins Thursday, May 30 at 7:00pm New People Cinema San Francisco Premiere. In person: Nancy Kelly, Kenji Yamamoto BUY TICKETS >> Rebels With A Cause celebrates the people and passion that saved the coastal wonders that would become the Point Reyes National Seashore […]

2013 Festival Panel Disussions

Unless otherwise noted, panel discussions are included with screening ticket. More information and tickets >> Tiny Houses Wednesday, May 22 with Tiny – A Story About Living Small. What is home? And how do we find it? Join us for this discussion about sustainability, good design, and the changing American Dream. Fracking in California Friday, […]

May 7: Festival Program Launch Party

The 3rd San Francisco Green Film Festival May 30 – June 5, 2013 is just around the corner! Join us at the Ninth Street Independent Film Center to celebrate the official launch of the festival. Be the first to pick up a festival program, see a sneak peek of some of our most inspiring films, […]

Apr 24 – Free Earth Day screening: A FIERCE GREEN FIRE

A FIERCE GREEN FIRE: THE BATTLE FOR A LIVING PLANET is the first big-picture exploration of the environmental movement – grassroots and global activism spanning fifty years from conservation to climate change. From halting dams in the Grand Canyon to battling 20,000 tons of toxic waste at Love Canal; from Greenpeace saving the whales to […]