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Wildscreen

Wildscreen

4th Floor
36 King Street
Bristol
BS1 4DZ
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)117 929 1222

Email: hello@wildscreen.org

Website: www.wildscreen.org

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Wildscreen’s goal is to convene the best photographers, filmmakers and creative professionals with the most committed conservationists to create compelling stories about the natural world; that inspire the wider public to experience it, feel part of it and protect it.

Key initiatives:

  • Wildscreen Arkive - the world’s leading online natural world encyclopaedia
  • Wildscreen Exchange - A unique global hub that empowers conservation organisations by connecting them with world-leading filmmakers and photographers to create ground-breaking communications about our natural world.
  • Wildscreen Festival - the internationally renowned festival that celebrates and advances the art of natural world storytelling.


Wildscreen Festival

Wildscreen Festival

Bristol
United Kingdom

Email: hello@wildscreen.org

Website: www.wildscreen.org

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Wildscreen Festival is the world’s leading international festival celebrating and advancing storytelling about the natural world through visual media.

For over 30 years the prestigious biennial Festival has been convening and celebrating the world's best natural world storytellers, it is home to the illustrious Wildscreen Panda Awards, the highest accolade in the wildlife film and TV industry.

Through collaboration with an ever-growing community of filmmakers, photographers, broadcasters, technologists and conservation organisations we aim to transform the craft of natural world storytelling across platforms and across audiences, ensuring as many people as possible experience the natural world, feel part of it and want to help protect it.

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ARKive

Wildscreen Arkive

Email: arkive@wildscreen.org.uk

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Arkive is an initiative of the UK-based charity Wildscreen – which uses the power of wildlife films and photos to promote a greater understanding of the natural world and the need for its conservation.

Arkive (www.arkive.org) is the world’s leading online encyclopaedia about the natural world with over 16,000 in-depth species fact-files and more than 100,000 films and photos. It’s renowned for the depth of information provided and for its accuracy, with fact-files sourced from, or checked by, academic experts. To find out more about Wildscreen please visit www.wildscreen.org.

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Wildscreen Outreach

Wildscreen Exchange

United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)117 929 1222 

Email: exchangeinfo@wildscreen.org

Website: www.wildscreenexchange.org

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Wildscreen Exchange empowers conservation organisations by connecting them with world-leading filmmakers and photographers to create ground-breaking communications about our natural world. Photographers and filmmakers donate images and footage free for use by not-for-profit organisations in their online and offline communication campaigns.

Working with the most influential content creators in the natural history genre and the conservation organisations with the greatest tales to tell, Wildscreen Exchange documents, crafts and shares exclusive, untold stories that the world needs to see, motivating meaningful change and hope for the future.


Wildscreen Exchange Trailer featuring Sir David Attenborough
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