The Wildlife Conservation Film Festival (WCFF) is the first and only film festival dedicated to Inform, Engage and Inspire the protection of wildlife and global biodiversity.
Join us in 2018 to celebrate our eight year anniversary. Over 100 documentary films will be screened, representing over 40 nations, many world premieres. Film producers and scientists in attendance from over 25 countries. For more information, schedule of films and speakers visit: www.WCFF.org
Film Festival pass is for all 28 film screenings at the Cinema Village Theater, October 19-25 and the Virtual Reality Experience on October 26. panel discussions, receptions, Q&A. Savings of over $250 if purchased separately.
Tickets for the each of the 28 separate screenings will be available for purchase in July.
** Films & speakers subject to change, prior to and during film festival
- David Hamlin, USA Today
- Michaela Holland, Time Inc
- Matthew Braly, Littlstar
- Ron Dorio, Economist
- Matt Zymet, NatGeo
Short films from each panelist will be aired during the discussion.
Hosted by Caesar Suero and Tracy Daniels of Two Goats
We’ll be answering questions like:
- How does 360 degree compare to traditional video in terms of investment and returns?
- What does 360 degree video offer that traditional video does not?
- How can you start implementing 360 degree VR into your world?
Seating is limited. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
See you there!
The WCFF is pleased to announce we are partnering with the Green Nation and the Departamento de Conservação e Manejo de Espécies and Secretaria de Biodiversidade for an event in Brazil. Film screenings, panel discussions and field trips will take place November 15-21 in São Paulo.
More information on venue location, and scheduling TBA shortly.
WCFF continues with outreach programs outside of the United States. December 28, 2018 through January 10, 2019 we will be hosting film screenings and panel discussions, wildlife photography and film workshops for secondary and post secondary students in Lagos, Nigeria. There will be field trips to local wildlife refuges and to several national parks, conditions permitting.
More information TBA
WCFF returns to China for a second year in a row to partner with the Dali International Film Festival. WCFF will provide numerous award winning wildlife documentary films in both English and Mandarin. in addition we will host panel discussion with WCFF filmmakers, along with conservationists and scientists from China.