Roxie TheaterSun, Apr 23, 2017 3:00 PM Not Available
Film Info
Director:David MacIlvride and Roger Williams
Year of Production:2016
Premiere Status:San Francisco Premiere
Topic:Environmental Health
Zero Waste
Running Time:90 min.

River advocate Mark Angelo journeys through some of the world's most polluted riverways to reveal the dark side of the fashion industry. Chemical manufacturing is destroying rivers globally. But some fashion leaders are taking a cleaner path. RiverBlue is a call to action to make our clothing in a more sustainable way.


- Impact Award, Vancouver International Film Festival 2016

DISCUSSION WITH: Roger Williams, filmmaker; Lisa Mazzotta, producer; Karen Topkian, Greenpeace.

Program Sponsor:

Community Partners: Greenpeace USA, International Rivers; SF Sustainable Fashion Week International, Walk SF

Included Shorts
The Fantastic Three (2min) More
Our Ocean is Blue (3min) More
Mother's Cry (3min) More
There's Always a Way (3min) More
Additional Information

David McIlvrideDavid McIlvride is a Gemini Award-winning Director who has written, directed and produced some of the most respected documentary series’ on television for broadcasters such as Discovery Channel, National Geographic Channel and History Channel. A passionate storyteller, David has traveled the globe in order to tell the stories of people who normally would not have access to a global audience.

Roger WilliamsRoger Williams is a Gemini-nominated Director of Photography who has worked for some of the world's most respected broadcasters and studios around the world. He has not only produced entertaining and enlightening programming, but he has also created Inspired Image Picture Company, one of the largest rental and production service companies in Canada. As a cinematographer, he continues to shoot some of the industries most compelling images.