San Francisco Green Film Festival: Wild Tales—Filmmaking and Conservation
Judy Irving, Director, Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill and Pelican Dreams
David McGuire, Filmmaker; Founder, Shark Stewards
Rachel Caplan, CEO, Green Film Festival—Moderator
Films can make us cry, make us laugh out loud and keep us thinking for days. From Blackfish to Racing Extinction, filmmakers are capturing the power people have to make significant change and to protect our environments and wildlife.
Join the San Francisco Green Film Festival and leading Bay Area wildlife filmmakers and environmentalists for a discussion about the role of filmmaking to save species and habitats. Whether it is butterflies on San Bruno mountain or lions in Kenya, we want to share how film has played a leading part in having stories heard and told. And a plus! A sneak preview of this year's San Francisco Green Film Festival.
Location: Club Headquarters, 555 Post Street, San Francisco
Time: 5:30 p.m. networking reception, 6 p.m. program
Cost: $20 nonmembers, members free, students free (with valid ID)
MLF: Environment & Natural Resources, Business & Leadership
Program Organizer: Ann Clark