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San Francisco Ocean Film Festival

July 20, 2012 by Bay Nature

The San Francisco Ocean Film Festival celebrates the sea with inspirational films that increase our appreciation of the oceans that surround us. The San Francisco Ocean Film Festival is a volunteer-driven nonprofit dedicated to using film to increase public understanding of the environmental, social, and cultural importance of marine ecosystems and foster a spirit of ocean stewardship.

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Green film festivals showcase local flavor

February 29, 2012 by Alison Hawkes

It’s showtime. What better way to spend a blustery day in early March than to visit the two green film festivals in San Francisco? This year’s line-up features a number of films from Bay Area filmmakers and ones that touch on local topics. Among them is Bay Area filmmaker Jon Shenk's "The Island President" about how the recently ousted leader of the Maldives, Mohamed Nasheed, is trying to save his country from being the first obliterated by sea level rise. In an interview, Shenk explains why all coastal cities -- including Bay Area cities -- should take what's happening in the Maldives to heart.

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Toothy Charisma and More at SF Ocean Film Festival

March 04, 2011 by Erica Reder

A film festival about the ocean doesn't have to look far for charisma: certain toothy creatures and wave-riding daredevils will easily draw audiences. But the San Francisco Ocean Film Festival, now in its eighth year, aspires to do more than just fill seats. Be inspired and learn what you can do to help -- March 9-13.

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