There's Always a Way

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How do you tell your story in three minutes?
518 Valencia Sun, Apr 23, 2017 1:00 PM
Free Event
Meet short filmmakers from this year's festival and find out how you can create depth and emotion in a small package.
Roxie Theater Sun, Apr 23, 2017 3:00 PM

River advocate Mark Angelo journeys through some of the world's most polluted riverways to reveal the dark side of the fashion industry.

Film Info
Director:Darryl Jones
Year of Production:2016
Topic:Changing Cities
Bay Area
Running Time:3 min.


A stop-motion animated short from Walk SF that talks about keeping streets safe for seniors. Winner of Green Film Fest's 2017 Climate Action Film Contest - Organization category.


Climate Action Film Contest Sponsors:

ARUP | Wells Fargo
Autodesk | Genentech | NRG
Business Council on Climate Change | SF Department of the Environment

Additional Information

Darryl JonesDarryl Jones is a filmmaker based in Oakland, CA. He studied landscape architecture at North Carolina State University and at UC Berkeley, but has been making movies since he was 13 and received a video camera as a birthday present. Darryl has worked in conservation, design, politics, art, education, acting, landscape architecture and waited on plenty of tables.