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4th SF Green Film Festival Comes to a Close 
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The 4th San Francisco Green Film Festival came to a close last night after a successful week showcasing some of the best environmental films from around the globe. For more information about the San Francisco Green Film Festival and to learn about ways to get involved with the many environmental issues, visit http://sfgreenfilmfest.org/.
 

Congratulations to all the Festival Award Winners!


Best Feature Award
DamNation
Ben Knight, Travis Rummel, Matt Stoecker

Best Short Award
Sticky
Jilli Rose

Inspiring Lives Award
Project Wild Thing
David Bond

Green Tenacity Award
Come Hell or High Water: The Battle for Turkey Creek
Leah Mahan

Audience Award
Seeds of Time 
Sandy McLeod

This year’s awards were 3-D printed by
 Type A Machines in the Little Roxie window during the festival from green, non-toxic, recyclable and compostable materials. The awards use a zero waste process and are 100% percent locally produced. 

The Audience Award includes a tree-planting, donated byFriends of the Urban Forest . The tree is planted in San Francisco as a gift from the audience of the Green Film Festival in honor of the winning film.

ABOUT THE SAN FRANCISCO GREEN FILM FESTIVAL
SFGFF is the Bay Area’s leading festival for films and discussions about people and the planet. Launched in 2011, (SFGFF) presents an annual film festival each Spring, along with year-round community screenings and events in the San Francisco Bay Area. Attendees discover new films from around the globe and hear stories from people facing the world’s most urgent environmental issues and creating the most innovative solutions.
SFGFF brings critical and contemporary environmental issues to local audiences and, in the process, highlights the vital work of their many partners, including local businesses, schools, and non-profit organizations. Since 2011, they have partnered with over 50 community organizations, produced over 90 programs with 225 films, and inspired over 8,000 attendees.
 
SFGFF is a member of the Green Film Network, an association of the leading environmental film festivals worldwide that aims to support the diversity and strength of documentary work around the globe.
 
For more information please visit http://sfgreenfilmfest.org, email info@sfgreenfilmfest.org, or call (415) 552-5580.
 
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