The San Francisco Green Film Festival kicks off on Thursday, April 20, and it will continue until April 26, offering 70 internationally acclaimed green films and documentaries focusing on issues pertinent to sustainability, food, energy, water, wildlife, and the people whose innovative ideas continue changing the world…aiming to protect our planet.
“Sharing factual, inspiring environmental stories from around the world is going to be more vital than ever in the year ahead. As the West Coast’s leading green doc destination, Green Film Fest brings audiences independent films on the most pressing environmental issues,” organizers say.
- For opening night, they have EVOLUTION OF ORGANIC.
Thursday, April 20 at Castro Theater at 7:30 pm
- Centerpiece this year is RISE: STANDING ROCK.
Sunday, April 23 at Roxie Theater at 8:30 pm
- For closing night, the public will be delighted with TWELVE PIANOS. Wednesday, April 26 at Castro Theater at 8:30 pm
Venue and Ticket Information:
The Opening Night & Closing Night Premieres (April 20 & 26 respectively) will take place at the Castro Theatre, the Festival’s main venue is Roxie Theatre from April 21 through 25. Other Festival Venues: FestHQ at 518 Valencia; Koret Auditorium at the San Francisco Public Library Main Branch; Bayview Opera House; Goldman Theater at the David Brower Center in Berkeley.
Tickets are $15 per screening or $225 for a full pass to the festival’s over 70 films, workshops, and social events. The full program and tickets available at greenfilmfest.org.