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4th San Francisco Green Film Festival

May 29 - June 4

The 4th San Francisco Green Film Festival takes on the most pressing environmental issues of our time. With California in the middle of the worst drought on record, now is the time to learn about these issues and take action. The following filmmakers and special guests are available for interviews to chat about their films and the environmental issues surrounding their films. 

GUESTS IN ATTENDANCE (as of May 21, 2014) 

NAME FILM/EVENT ROLE
Ben Knight DAMNATION Director/Editor
Travis Rummel DAMNATION Director/Producer
Matt Stoecker DAMNATION Producer/Underwater Photographer
Mikal Jakubal DAMNATION Activism
Roger Kass EMPTYING THE SKIES Director
Andrew Rutigliano EMPTYING THE SKIES CABS (Committee Against Bird Slaughter)
Jonathan Franzen EMPTYING THE SKIES Executive Producer
Kyung Lee TELOS: THE FANTASTIC WORLD OF EUGENE TSSUI Director
Eugene Tssui TELOS: THE FANTASTIC WORLD OF EUGENE TSSUI Subject/Architect
Leah Mahan COME HELL OR HIGH WATER: THE BATTLE FOR TURKEY CREEK Director
Derrick Evans COME HELL OR HIGH WATER: THE BATTLE FOR TURKEY CREEK Subject
Julian Mocine COME HELL OR HIGH WATER: THE BATTLE FOR TURKEY CREEK Director of Education and Outreach at Green For All
Judy Hatcher COME HELL OR HIGH WATER: THE BATTLE FOR TURKEY CREEK Director at the Pesticide Action Network
Jane Greenberg COME HELL OR HIGH WATER: THE BATTLE FOR TURKEY CREEK Producer
Daniel Iacofano COME HELL OR HIGH WATER: THE BATTLE FOR TURKEY CREEK CEO, MIG Community Planning
Julian Mocine McQueen COME HELL OR HIGH WATER: THE BATTLE FOR TURKEY CREEK Director of Education and Outreach, Green For All
Helen De Michiel LUNCH LOVE COMMUNITY Director
Sophie Constantinou LUNCH LOVE COMMUNITY Filmmaker
Jonathan Hill LUNCH LOVE COMMUNITY Food Activist
David McClellan LUNCH LOVE COMMUNITY Food Activist
Dr. David Ainley THE LAST OCEAN Scientist
David McGuire THE LAST OCEAN Shark Stewards
Casson Trenor THE LAST OCEAN Owner of Tatki Restaurants
Jason Mark WATERMARK Editor of the Earth Island Journal
Michelle Steinberg WORK-IN-PROGRESS: BEYOND RECOGNITION Director/Producer
Robyn Bykofsky WORK-IN-PROGRESS: BEYOND RECOGNITION Producer
Morning Star Gali WORK-IN-PROGRESS: BEYOND RECOGNITION Producer
Sandy McLeod SEEDS OF TIME Director
Cary Fowler SEEDS OF TIME Agriculturalist
Greg Dalton SEEDS OF TIME Climate One
Marcy Cravat ANGEL AZUL Director
Daniel Fries ANGEL AZUL Musician/Composer
Ariana Garfinkel WRENCHED: THE LEGACY OF THE MONKEY WRENCH GANG Archivist
David J. Cross WRENCHED: THE LEGACY OF THE MONKEY WRENCH GANG Earth First! Photographer
Karen Pickett WRENCHED: THE LEGACY OF THE MONKEY WRENCH GANG Activist
David Bond (via Skype) PROJECT WILD THING Director/Subject
Simon Christen ADRIFT Director
Micah Clemente THE NEXT GENERATION Director
Todd Dayton POSTCARD FROM THE SACRAMENTO DELTA Director
Karen Topakian POSTCARD FROM THE SACRAMENTO DELTA Board Chair, Greenpeace
Mark Decena OUR POWER: BLACK MESA, ARIZONA Director
Forrest Pound OUR POWER: BLACK MESA, ARIZONA Associate Producer
Sevda Eris RESTORING BALANCE KQED Quest
Luis Fernandez AMAZON GOLD Carnegie Institute of Global Ecology, Stanford, Board of Directors, Amazon Aid Foundation
Emma Dacol THE MOST ENDANGERED SPECIES IN THE BAY: THE WATERMAN Director
Marva Gibbs THE MOST ENDANGERED SPECIES IN THE BAY: THE WATERMAN Director
Leah Jones THE MOST ENDANGERED SPECIES IN THE BAY: THE WATERMAN Director
Josh Healey KEYSTONE XL HAS A JOB FOR YOU! Director
Jerrigrace Lyons A WILL FOR THE WOODS Founding Director, Final Passages
Cella Mitchell MONDO BANANA Wallace Stegner Environmental Librarian, SF Public Library
Ryan White MONDO BANANA Director
Jake Schoneker FUTURE FILMMAKERS Muse Video
Jason Wyman FUTURE FILMMAKERS TILT at Ninth Street
Kevin White ACHIEVING BALANCE, RETURN FLIGHT Director

 
 About the San Francisco Green Film Festival
Returning for its 4th year, The San Francisco Green Film Festival returns on Thursday, May 29th and will run until Wednesday, June 4th at its new venue, the Roxie Theater in San Francisco. The festival will also hold events at the Koret Auditorium at the San Francisco Public Library Main Branch, 100 Larkin Street.
 
The West Coast’s leading destination for films and discussions about people and the planet, the 4th SF Green Film Festival will include 50 new films from around the globe, with over 70 visiting filmmakers and guests speakers who will delve into the world’s most urgent environmental issues and most innovative solutions. Audiences will be inspired to move beyond their theatre seats, with tangible ideas and connections to take positive environmental action in the Bay Area and beyond. For more information please visit http://sfgreenfilmfest.org or email info@sfgreenfilmfest.org.

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Start:
May 29, 2014
End:
June 4, 2014
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Website:
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San Francisco Green Film Festival
Phone:
(415) 742-1394
the Roxie Theater in San Francisc, San Francisco, CA United States
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Website:
http://sfgreenfilmfest.org