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Wildscreen

Wildscreen

UK Headquarters:
4th Floor
36 King Street
Bristol
BS1 4DZ
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)117 929 1222

Email: info@wildscreen.org.uk

USA Headquarters:
840 1st Street NE
Suite 300
Washington, DC 20002
USA

Phone: +1 866 282 4315

Email: info@wildscreenusa.org

Website: www.wildscreen.org

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Wildscreen is a UK-based charity which promotes the conservation of nature through wildlife imagery.

Working closely with the international wildlife and environmental media industry, we collect, curate and share the world’s best wildlife imagery to encourage a greater appreciation of the natural world through a series of inspirational initiatives: Wildscreen Festival, ARKive and Wildscreen Exchange.

Established in 1982, we have a network of donors, supporters and friends across the globe and are proud to have HRH Prince Philip and Sir David Attenborough as patrons.


Wildscreen Festival

Wildscreen Film Festival

Bristol
United Kingdom

Email: events@wildscreen.org.uk

Website: www.wildscreenfestival.org

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Wildscreen Festival is one of the most influential and inspirational events in the wildlife and environmental filmmaking calendar.

Every two years, hundreds of international delegates from the wildlife media industry and thousands of wildlife enthusiasts descend on Bristol for a week of thought-provoking workshops, talks, debates and free public film screenings.

Rounding the week off is the glittering Wildscreen Panda Awards - dubbed the ‘Green Oscars’ – which celebrates the very best in natural history filmmaking.

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ARKive

Wildscreen ARKive

Email: arkive@wildscreen.org.uk

Website: www.arkive.org

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ARKive is the ultimate free online resource to the world’s endangered animals, plants and fungi.

Produced with the help of the world’s best filmmakers, photographers, conservationists and scientists, we share the wonders of nature and encourage environmental awareness through educational resources and interactive events and activities.

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Wildscreen Outreach

Wildscreen Exchange

United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)117 328 5952
Fax: +44 (0)117 328 5955

Email: exchange.info@wildscreen.org.uk

Website: www.wildscreen.org/initiatives/wildscreen-exchange

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Pictures for impact

Launching May 2015, Wildscreen Exchange will be a unique global hub for all conservation communications. It will empower conservation organisations with free and affordable premium digital media to enable the most inspiring and impactful campaigning, educating and storytelling.

Powered by over 30 years worth of industry relationships, Exchange will position Wildscreen as an honest broker between content creators and conservation organisations, unlocking an unparalleled collection of digital media, providing a toolkit to empower and drive conservation communications with their audiences and amplifying the impact that powerful and emotive imagery can have on raising environmental awareness amongst the mass population.


Wildscreen Exchange Trailer featuring Sir David Attenborough
from Wildscreen Exchange



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