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San Francisco Green Film Festival: Free Interactive Artwork & New Words Creation | SF
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The 9th Annual San Francisco Green Film Festival is about internationally acclaimed films, filmmakers, and guest speakers. This year’s “Home” theme encompasses a broad range of critical issues including affordable housing, migration, sustainable cities, habitat loss, and more.
There will be programs & discussions structured around the four elements – earth, water, fire, and air – and how they are creating multifaceted perspectives on climate issues.
2019 Program Guide | Full Festival Calendar
9th Annual SF Green Film Festival
September 24-29, 2019
Castro Theatre & Elsewhere, SF
The Festival will be showing 60 incredible new environmental films and sparking conversations on critical issues such as affordable housing, migration, habitat loss, and more. From the streets of San Francisco’s mid-Market to earth’s outer reaches on the International Space Station, this year’s Festival theme explores many different perspectives of home.
Visit this interactive artwork and create new words for feelings and experiences for which you wish there was a word. Themes we’ll explore include the many definitions of Home, especially as it relates to today’s climate crisis and the Anthropocene.
Founded in 2014 by San Francisco Artists Heidi Quante & Alicia Escott, The Bureau of Linguistical Reality is an interactive artwork that collaborates with the public to create new words for feelings, experiences and phenomena related to climate change and other Anthropogenic events for which no words yet exist. The Bureau has collaborated with the public in Paris during the 21st U.N Climate Change talks, communities in the Rockaways facing sea level rise and globally.
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*No ticket required.
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