Friday, March 04, 2011

The San Francisco Green Film Festival

Where to watch trailers for the main films of the San Francisco Film Festival

The Independent
March 3, 2011

The first San Francisco Green Film Festival runs March 3-6 and includes screenings of over 70 movies from filmmakers around the world that explore issues of sustainability and the environment. Highlights include the West Coast premiere of Werner Herzog's documentary Happy People and the USA premiere of Heavy Metal - a portrait of electronic waste workers in China. For those not in San Francisco the majority feature length films have trailers which are available to watch online at the links below.*

Festival program highlights:

Thursday, March 3

Plastic State of Mind (7:00pm)

Friday, March 4

Greenlit - starring Zac Gilford from TV show Friday Night Lights) (3:00pm)

SoLa: Louisiana Water Stories (3:30Pm)

In the Wake of the Flood - following Canadian writer Margaret Atwood's unique book tour (4:00pm)

Sweet Crude (6:00pm)

Green (6:45pm)

Into Eternity (8:30pm)

Hauling (March 4, 9:00pm)

Saturday, March 5

They Came For The Gold, They Came For It All
( 12:15pm)

BANANAS! - (3:00pm)!*

Scarred Lands and Wounded Lives (5:30pm)

Home - by Yann Arthus Bertrand (8:00pm)

Back to the Garden: Flower Power Comes Full Circle

Sunday, March 6

Good Fortune

Heavy Metal - American premiere (2:00pm)

Soundtracker (2:15pm)

Happy People: A Year in the Taiga -
by Werner Herzog (4:30pm)

Shooting with Mursi (4:45pm)

The 4th Revolution: Energy Autonomy

The Man Who Stopped the Desert

*all times are PST and relate to the screenings at the festival.

Select highlights from the San Francisco film festival are available to view on YouTube at


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