Join us in celebrating Hog Island Oyster Co.’s 35th Anniversary. To celebrate their milestone anniversary, they are launching their first annual Ocean Film Nights on the Farm. The second of their three-part ocean film fest series is a double feature on August 18. The first film is Straws and second film is Plastic is Forever.
The Estuary and Ocean Science Center & International Ocean Film Festival kick-off their 2nd season with a double feature! Come and join us on Thursday, August 23 from 6:00 - 8:00 PM in the Bay Conference Center at Estuary and Ocean Science Center in Tiburon, CA to kick-off our 2nd season of screenings with the Estuary and Ocean Science Center.
Join us in celebrating Hog Island Oyster Co.’s 35th Anniversary. To celebrate their milestone anniversary, they are launching their first annual Ocean Film Nights on the Farm. The third film in their three-part ocean film fest series is Blue Serengeti on September 22.
Cordell Bank and Greater Farallones national marine sanctuaries, in collaboration with the IOFF present OCEAN FILM SHORTS AT ARENA THEATER. Watch selected films from the 2018 International Ocean Film Festival on Saturday, August 4th from 4:00 - 6:00 PM.
Join us in celebrating Hog Island Oyster Co.’s 35th Anniversary. To celebrate their milestone anniversary, they are launching their first annual Ocean Film Nights on the Farm. The first film in their three-part ocean film fest series is Of the Sea on July 28.
Meet up with us in Washington DC as we participate in an historic March for the Oceans on Saturday, June 9th. Thousands of people will convene to raise awareness about our ocean. IOFF will host a special screening of select films on the northwest corner of the Washington Mall on Friday, June 8th at 8:30 pm. Come be inspired by the films, come join others to March for the Ocean! Films to be screened are:
Why I March For the Ocean, Dr. Sylvia Earle
Sea of Hope: America’s Underwater Treasures (USA) 2017 Robert Nixon, 48 min
I Ocean, Conservation International
UNEP: Two Ocean Minutes with Jim Toomey, Marine Litter
UNEP: Two Ocean Minutes with Jim Toomey: Land-Sea Connection
We Can All be Ocean Heroes, Mary Crowley
Straws, Linda Booker, 33 min
Meet you at the Mall! BYOP - Bring Your Own Popcorn!
Sharktober is approaching! No need to be afraid. Come and join us for a night of learning and libations at the California Academy of Sciences NightLife. Check out their website for more details and to buy tickets: Sharktober NightLife.
Member Tickets: $12
Non-Member Tickets: $15
Ages 21+, ID required for entry.
University of San Francisco, McLaren Complex - MC 251 (map)
Hosted by the Department of Environmental Studies and the Office of Sustainability in partnership with the San Francisco International Ocean Film Festival and Shark Stewards.
It's Sharktober again, and that means the popular Sharktoberfest is back! Join us at the Greater Farallones National Marine Sanctuary Visitor Center on Saturday, September 30 for family fun, shark education, food, and drink.
Freightened: The Real Price of Shipping examines the many costs (hidden and not so hidden) to the ocean, workers, and the health of human and marine life all over the world. Don't miss this free screening in honor of World Oceans Day as part of the Presidio Dialogues Series.
Chasing Coral, screening in Larkspur on June 5, is a dramatic account of coral bleaching and one team's relentless quest to capture it in progress on camera. From the director of Chasing Ice, this film was featured at Sundance and one of its stars, Zack Rago, will be at the screening for a Q&A.
The Presidio Trust and the IOFF present a special Presidio Dialogues edition and screening of Bad Tidings, an important film that examines sea level rise and the effects of climate change on the homes and people who live along our coastlines.
When and how did the surf scene at Ocean Beach get started? The Presidio Trust presents a free screening of Great Highway: Journey to the Soul of San Francisco Surfing, winner of the 2016 IOFF Golden Gate Award, as part of its Presidio Dialogues series.
It's Discovery Day at the Bay Area Science Festival at AT&T Park in San Francisco, and the International Ocean Film Festival (IOFF) will be there!
Look for us at the ballpark on the Promenade level from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm on Saturday, November 5.
Fun for the whole family, the Bay Area Science Festival offers hundreds of hands-on activities, opportunities to meet local scientists and engineers, and plenty of fun and educational entertainment. The ballpark is packed to the rafters with science content: on the field, at every entry and exit, and on every level of the ballpark.
We'll be there screening shorts and animated films about the ocean, marine ecosystems, marine wildlife, and ocean sports, Learn more about our free education program and the popular Student Film Competition.
Kids can also visit our booth to design their own film storybook, where they can create their own short story to take home and maybe even develop into a film.
Great for all ages, especially families with kids up to 14 years old. Don't miss it!
Learn more about the Bay Area Science Festival.
Celebrate the return of the white shark during Sharktober! Sharktoberfest is a free event for the whole family, with films, science, a parade and costume contest, as well as live music, beer, and food. Join us on Saturday, October 15!