That's a Wrap!

Thank you for making the 15th Annual Ocean Film Festival a success! Check out our event calendar for upcoming screenings and join us for the 16th Annual International Ocean Film Festival March 7 - 10, 2019.


'Albatross' Director Talks Ocean Plastic on KALW

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What does the plastic you throw away here have to do with albatrosses on Midway Island? Filmmaker Chris Jordan talks with Rose Aguilar as part of Your Call's One Planet Series on KALW. Read more...

  'Kim Swims' Q&A:  Pictured from left to right: Ana Blanco, Executive Director of the IOFF, Kate Webber, Director of 'Kim Swims,' and Kim Chambers, the first female open-water swimmer to swim from the Farallon Islands to the Golden Gate Bridge.

'Kim Swims' Q&A: Pictured from left to right: Ana Blanco, Executive Director of the IOFF, Kate Webber, Director of 'Kim Swims,' and Kim Chambers, the first female open-water swimmer to swim from the Farallon Islands to the Golden Gate Bridge.


What Is the IOFF?

Now in its 15th year, the IOFF is an acclaimed festival of independent ocean-related films from all over the world. Themes range from ocean adventure, science, and marine life to sports and coastal cultures.

We look for films that not only entertain audiences but also educate and inspire people to participate in environmental efforts in and around the ocean, as well as promote better ocean stewardship.

Video: Yuko Inatsuki, 2018 IOFF trailer.



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