SF's new green film festival, Livable Planet, expands the scope of what an environmental story is by including films about adventure, sport, the arts. 
OVERLAND follows the stories of three falconers each facing a unique set of challenges as they pursue their passion for the ancient art of partnering with birds of prey.
As a life long climber, Jesse flies in the face of adversity training for world cup events and attempting to be the first blind person to make a 'non-sight' lead of the iconic Old Man of Hoy sea stack in Scotland.
James Morrison, one of Britain's finest landscape artists, reflects on his remarkable artistic journey and the devastating effects of climate change he has witnessed as he confronts his sight loss by attempting one final masterpiece.
This shorts program profiles the diehard women who surf, skate, fly fish, bike, climb, explore and fight for conservation.
Whether farming, mountain climbing, or using art and drag to bring attention to an environmental crisis, these LGBTQ trailblazers are bringing force of will to tackle important problems.
River surfing, mountain biking, scuba diving in Antarctica and the World Eskimo Indian Olympics are profiled in this adventurous shorts program.
Thank you to the sponsors of Livable Planet Film Festival!