Livable Planet Film Fest, SF's new green/environmental film series, highlights films about Politics, Conservation and Activism from Nepal, France, Indonesia, Cambodia, Ghana and The Rockies.
Every winter Mikma and her family travel by foot from their village deep in the Himalaya of Nepal to sell local medicinal plants in urban markets. This year, construction of a new highway to China has begun in their roadless valley, and things are never going to be the same.
Once you Know is the intimate journey of director Emmanuel Cappellin's across the abyss of a world at the edge of climate-induced collapse.
Operation Wolf Patrol is a feature length documentary about eco-activist, Rod Coronado, and his attempt to end wolf hunting in the United States.
Across Indonesia, hundreds of rural communities are in conflict with corporations seeking control of their resources. When they push back, they face the wrath of the state.
In this immersive portrait of life in an environmental wasteland, four young Ghanaians struggle to navigate work and relationships over a single day in Agbogbloshie, the largest e-waste dump on earth.
Inspired by welcoming encounters with locals, The Conscience of Clothing is an authentic snapshot of an industry that accounts for the livelihood and everyday reality of roughly a fifth of Cambodia's population.
IndieFest co-presents at SFFILM

“We can’t afford to make mistakes,” says film censor Enid to a work colleague. But when one particular fright flick strikes a chord with Enid’s past, her concern with protecting the public from violent content turns into obsession as she tracks down the director on the set of his latest production. Streaming April 9-18 and playing live at Ft Mason 10p April 15..
Not quite feature length and not quite a short—between 30 and 50 minutes long—SFFILM’s brand-new section packs a lot of storytelling in a slimmed-down form. April 9–18, Online

SF IndieFest discount code for SFFILM streaming
programs: YH837HJ
Thank you to the sponsors of Livable Planet Film Festival!