SF Green Film Fest 2017 – Part 2 – S01E05

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The IndieHouse podcast interview with Rachel Caplan, SF Green Film Fest

SF Green Film Fest
Spotlight: What’s on your plate?

IndieHouse SF Podcast

Welcome to Episode 5, a special festival episode of the IndieHouse SF Podcast. Join us each episode as we get to know the SF film community, one filmmaker at a time.

Rachel Caplan, Founder & Director of the SF Green Film Festival, discusses the spotlight theme for the festival, What’s on Your Plate? A series of films that are shaping the story of food justice and sustainability.

First Thing

Tickets are now on sale!  The Green Film Fest 2017 will take place April 20th – 26th.

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Films this episode:

Can You Dig This

Can You Dig This

Rancher, Farmer, Fisherman

Rancher, Farmer, Fisherman


Media Minute

The SF Green Fest is bringing a wide-range of food stories to the festival. Kicking-off on Opening Night with a film celebrating the people that created the organic movement and the ongoing journey to shake up our food system (Evolution of Organic). Continued with renowned Chef Massimo Bottura feeding the hungry with leftovers from his restaurant (Theater of Life); The impacts of land-grabbing in Ethiopia (Dead Donkeys Fear No Hyenas); Traditional hunting in the Faroe Islands (The Island and The Whales), and more.


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