San Francisco Green Film Festival Coming in March

The San Francisco Green Film Festival, March 3-6, 2011, includes screenings of over 60 premieres from around the globe and kicks off with an Opening Night Green Carpet Gala at the LEED-certified Bently Reserve (formerly the City’s U.S. Federal Reserve). 

Screenings will take place at the Landmark Theatres Embarcadero Center Cinema and the Bently Reserve, and will include award winners and audience favorites from the world’s top film festivals including Sundance, Berlin, SxSW and Toronto.

Programming highlights include:

– SOLA: Louisiana Water Stories, by Jon Bowermaster of National Geographic Explorer – personal stories about water resources in South Louisiana and the impact of the BP oil spill; 

Butterflies & Bulldozers, by husband and wife documentarians Steven and Ann Dunsky – the global dilemma of economic growth versus species preservation seen through the fight over San Bruno Mountain

The 4th Revolution: Energy Autonomy, by Carl Fechner – a  solutions-based environmental film.

The Festival is an official part of the United Nations International Year of Forests 2011 and will be hosting content-related films and discussions to reinforce the message that forests are vital to the survival and well being of all people.

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