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6th San Francisco Green Film Festival. Upcoming Deadline: Nov 6th, 2015

Be part of San Francisco’s leading event for films & discussions about people and the planet.

Submit your film now to the 6th San Francisco Green Film Festival, April 14 – 20, 2016.

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DEADLINES
Earlybird: November 6, 2015
Regular: November 20, 2015
Late: November 27, 2015

The festival is open to new or established filmmakers from anywhere in the world and there are no restrictions on length or genre. All entries are eligible for the Festival’s Awards.

For full guidelines & to submit online visit filmfreeway.com/festival/greenfilmfest

We prefer electronic submissions through FilmFreeway, an economical, eco-friendly alternative to hard-copy DVD submissions.

However, you can also submit to us by mail or email by downloading the Entry Form and Rules, Terms & Conditions.


We are seeking compelling and relevant new films on the environment & sustainability. As well as the opportunity to screen your film in the San Francisco Bay Area, being a part of the Festival will connect you with local partners to support the ongoing success of your film.

Now heading into its sixth year, the Festival is a hub for the eco-savvy and green-curious to meet filmmakers, environmental experts and campaigners to watch, discuss, and create ideas for a better world.

The 2015 festival presented 60 new films from both advanced and emerging filmmakers. 42% of films at the festival had a female director, over 40% of the films were by International filmmakers, and 1/3 of the films were by SF Bay Area filmmakers. Over 96 filmmakers & guest speakers included writer Dan Koeppel, Greenpeace’s Annie Leonard, Pixar’s Ralph Eggleston, City Hall’s Bevan Dufty, OPS’ Louie Psihoyos and many local scientists, academics and activists.

Here’s what our 2015 guests are saying:

“What an amazing turn out of San Francisco’s best environmental supporters! There is no shortage of passion among the festival staff and the audience.” ~ Gina Pababeis, co-producer, Racing Extinction

“Thanks for a wonderful festival experience in San Francisco. Got some good responses from the audience and enjoyed the great hospitality that you and your team provided.” ~ Dave Regos, producer, Divide in Concord

“It was wonderful being able to screen at the Green Film Festival, and it was a fantastic audience and reception. It was so nice to meet everyone, and I hope to see you again at the festival in the future!” ~ Brad Allgood, director, Landfill Harmonic

“Your support was so valuable for our process in making the film. And the festival itself is so inspiring! I look forward to collaborating in the future.” ~ Michelle Steinberg, director, Beyond Recognition