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San Fransisco's Disappearing Fog

A short documentary

A short documentary to raise awareness about and delve into the worries about San Fransisco's fog disappearing. San Francisco’s residents depend on the iconic fog, affectionately known as Karl, to keep the temperatures comfortable during the summer. Due to climate change, Karl has been decreasing. This film urges people to take action together to advocate for the future of our planet.

During the 2022-2023 school year, the SIFC team embarked on a journey to create a film about the disappearance of San Francisco's fog due to climate change. We interviewed dozens of local residents, university researchers, and park rangers across the Bay Area--including Muir Woods, Mission Dolores Park, Fisherman's Wharf, and Fort Point--to shed light on the societal, economic, and global implications of this environmental shift. With this film, we hope to raise awareness about the profound effects of climate change and inspire action!

BEST YOUTH FILM - Eugene Environmental Film Festival - 2023.png
FINALIST - The MY HERO International Short Film Festival - 2023.png
QUARTER FINALIST - Student World Impact Film Festival - 2023 (1).png
OFFICIAL SELECTION - Friday Harbor Film Festival - 2023.png
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