Abbeville Bird and Nature Festival
20 rue du Chevalier de la Barre
Abbeville Cedex 80142
Director: Marie-Agnès Boche
Phone: +33 3 22 24 02 02
The Bird and Nature Festival (or Festival de l'Oiseau et de la Nature as it is known among French-speakers) is based in Abbeville, Bay of Somme in the North of France.
We are proud to have developed around our international film competition, open to amateurs and professionals, many other activities among which are the photo competition and exhibitions and activities for children. But what makes our event really special is that it offers the unique opportunity to discover the Bay of Somme (a member of 'The Most Beautiful Bays in the World's Club' as well as Vietnamese Ha Long Bay) and the whole area with guides specialized in ornithology or flora. In 2012, around 400 walks, rides, boat crossings were available during the 9 days of the Festival.
The film competition offers an overall amount of €13,500 prizes (€4,000 to the Grand Prix). Films can be entered free of charge in either one of the 4 categories:
- Environment (no length limit)
- Amateur (maximum 13 minutes duration)
will be held from 13th-22nd April 2019.
American Conservation Film Festival
P.O. Box 889
Festival Coordinator: Hilary Lo
The American Conservation Film Festival (ACFF) is an annual, four day festival held in Shepherdstown, West Virginia, a vibrant arts community 70 miles west of the nation’s capital.
ACFF is dedicated to promoting outstanding, environmental conservation films from professional filmmakers and students alike.
We screen films that illuminate:
- Human interactions with wildlife and wild places.
- Issues driven by natural resource conservation.
- Humans as part of the environment and/or living in a continuum of cultural tradition.
- Conservation of cultures, communities, and or lifestyles in conjunction with changes in the natural world.
- How youth encounter and understand the natural world.
The 17th American Conservation Film Festival take place in October/November 2019.
Opening Weekend: October 4 - 6
Encore Weekend: October 11 - 13
Early – February 1st
Regular – March 1st
Late – April 1st
Please visit our website: www.conservationfilm.org for more information on ACFF and the film submission process.
British Wildlife Photography Awards
Director: Maggie Gowan
The British Wildlife Photography Awards were established to recognise the talents of wildlife photographers of all nationalities practising in Britain, whilst at the same time highlighting the great wealth and diversity of Britain's natural history. The driving motivation to set up the Awards evolved through the nation's growing awareness of the local environment and the need for its protection.
Now in its seventh year, this highly acclaimed and unique wildlife photography competition has captivated the nation with outstanding and beautiful imagery. It is a celebration of British wildlife as well as a showcase for nature photographers, both amateur and professional.
With fifteen separate categories the subject matter covers everything from marine life and animal behaviour to creepy crawlies and urban wildlife.
Wildlife in HD is a special Award for HD Video and will be awarded to the most inspirational and dynamic film, which clearly illustrates the unique power of moving images as a medium for capturing British Wildlife.
The 2018 Call For Entries is Open: wildlife-film.com/features/BWPA-2018-Call-for-Entries.html
See previous HD Video Winners: 2012 HD Video winners & 2013 HD Video winners
See the Feature Pages:
BWPA 2013 Winners Announced! & Highly Commended Films at the BWPAwards!
BWPA 2014 Winners Announced
BWPA 2015 Winners Announced
BWPA 2016 Winners Announced
BWPA 2017 Winners Announced
EcoTales Film Festival
Directors: Louise Purnell & Joanne Churchman
Head of Media: Gaby Bastyra
The first EcoTales Film Festival was held in Richmond Upon Thames, London on May 5th 2013.
This one day, family festival screened a program of entertaining and informative environmental films all shown on solar or pedal powered screens.
The films explored a range of environmental topics including food, energy, recycling, conservation, biodiversity and wildlife preservation.
Alongside the main programme, Young filmmakers aged between 7 and 16 were invited to enter their own environmentally themed, short films and be part of the festival.
Element Film Festival
School of Film & Photography
Montana State University
P.O. Box 173350
Phone: +1 (406) 994 2484
Element Film Festival is an annual student filmmaking event in Bozeman, Montana.
It began as a way for filmmakers of the world's only MFA in Science and Natural History Fimmaking to showcase their work to the community.
2010 marked the first year that this festival was open to student filmmakers worldwide and it was a success. We look for innovative student filmmakers that strive to improve our understanding of science and the natural world through film. We accept films from the traditional to the transformative, from the informational to the inspirational.
Past Element films and filmmakers have won numerous awards and recognitions, including National Student Emmys and Tellies. These films also appear at other highly competitive international film festivals.
The festival provides a venue for students from around the world to showcase their films that merge science and art. The festival will be held at the Emerson Center for the Arts and Culture in downtown Bozeman, allowing student works to be showcased in a thriving community of filmmakers and environmental enthusiasts.
Environmental Film Festival in the Nation's Capital
1224 M Street NW
Public Affairs Director: Helen Strong
Phone: +1 202 342 2564
The Environmental Film Festival in the Nation's Capital is the largest and longest-running environmental film festival in the USA and the largest film festival in Washington, D.C.
DCEFF is the world’s premier showcase of environmental films. Through our annual festival, year-round programs, and online resources, we seek to advance public understanding of the environment through the power of film.
The 27th Annual Festival will be held in venues throughout the Washington, D.C. area from March 14-24, 2019.
We are receiving films on all topics related to the natural and built environment: dceff.org/submissions
Early Bird Deadline: November 1, 2018
Late Submissions Deadline: January 1, 2019
See our 2018 festival films here.
Find out much more here: www.dceff.org
Festival de Ménigoute
16 bis rue de Saint-Maixent
Secrétaire in charge of international relations: Marion Subin
Phone: +33 (0)5 49 69 90 09
The 35th "International Festival of Ornithological Film" will take place from October 29th to November 3rd 2018 in Ménigoute (Deux - Sèvres - FRANCE).
Ménigoute Festival’s main purpose is to inspire to the greatest public increased awareness of the need to conserve the natural environment. At the same time, it aims to encourage the documentaries’ production and broadcasting. About 40 ornithological and wildlife entries, French premieres, will be selected to be screened in competition during public performances.
Entries are free of fees.
Nine prizes, totalling about 16,930 €, will be awarded.
Register your film for the competition here: menigoute-festival.org/vous-etes-realisateurs.html
Deadline for entries: July 1st 2019
Any film longer than 15 minutes will be entered in the category "long program" and all films less than 15
minutes in the category "short program". The rules and conditions of participation are identical for these
Many other activities are sheduled for the festival, including photographic exhibitions, conferences, art shows, guided visits to sites in the local area for their landscape and wildlife interest.
See the 2016 winners here: wildlife-film.com/features/Festival-de-Menigoute-2016-Winners.html
See the 2017 winners here: menigoute-festival.org/le-palmares-2017.html
See the 2018 winners here: menigoute-festival.org/le-palmares-2018.html
Festival International du Film Animalier (FIFA)
55 rue de Birmingham
President: Thierry Courouble
Phone: +33 (0)322 754 888
Ce Festival, dans le nord de la France, est une rencontre grand public avec les meilleurs films et documentaires animaliers professionnels et amateur en compétition le temps du festival, et un programme nature de sensibilisation au coeur de la vallée de la Somme et de la Picardie.
This festival, in northern France, is a public meeting of the best professional and amateur wildlife documentaries in competition during the festival, and a nature education program in the heart of the valley of the Somme and Picardy.
The 29th International Wildlife Film Festival will be held from 16- 24th of March 2019 in Albert, France.
The festival is an official competition in which each selected movie is presented to an international jury composed of personalities known for their competence, commitment and knowledge of wildlife and environment.
Festival International Nature Namur
Phone: +32 81 432 420
The International Nature Namur Festival takes place every year in mid-October in the French speaking part of Belgium: NAMUR.
It celebrated its' 20th anniversary in 2014.
The event organises public HD screenings of a selection of films dedicated to nature and wildlife and present dozens of Nature Photo exhibitions each year.
There are three contests you can apply for:
- The International Professional Films Festival
- The International Amateur (non-professional) Film Festival
- The International Photo Contest
Those three are completely free for registration and many awards can be won.
All information on our website.
President: Jorge Camilo Valenzuela
Phone: +33 64 762 9882
The organization of the FIFPAN festival is managed by the “WNA” (Wildlife & Nature Awareness), an association which aims to raise public awareness of issues relating to the preservation of flora and fauna, develop education about the environment, and improve awareness of native cultures and peoples.
In this context, the Association created FIFPAN: the International Wildlife and Nature Film and Photography Festival in Mimizan - France.
One of FIFPAN’s unique characteristics is that it highlights the global nature of these artistic and technical professions. These professions enable the creation of pictorial and cinematographic works dedicated to animals that are photographed and filmed in their natural environments. The festival also aims to highlight the work carried out by associations around the world with a view to preserving and protecting nature, fauna and flora.
Flagstaff Mountain Film Festival
777 N. Canyon Terrace Drive
Director: Ron Tuckman
Phone: +1 928 600 6572
The Flagstaff Mountain Film Festival highlights
a collection of the most inspiring and thought-provoking social, environmental, outdoor-adventure and indigenous films from around the world.
For the past nine years, outdoor and film enthusiasts from across the state, region and world have enjoyed a high-quality film experience while soaking up the breathtaking fall beauty of Northern Arizona.
The Flagstaff Mountain Film Festival is a volunteer run effort - any profits from the event are reinvested into future festivals and our Emerging Filmmaker Program; a free weekly documentary film workshop offered to area high school students.
$10/session $5/session student price. VIP price of $80 (this includes all sessions, panel discussions, awards program on Sunday and VIP reception on Saturday, October 13). advance VIP tickets through the last day of September discounted to only $65. Student VIP pass $40 at all times but has to be purchased at ticket center or door with ID.
Green-Go Short Film Contest
CEEweb for Biodiversity
Creative Contests Co-ordinator: Olja Radlovic
CEEweb for Biodiversity is a network of non-governmental organizations in the Central and Eastern European region.
Our mission is the conservation of biodiversity through the promotion of sustainable development.
CEEweb for Biodiversityafter five year success and at least 60 hundred great short films later, just has launched Green-Go Short Film Contest for the 6th time in 2016. This year we are looking for short movies which raise awareness about small scale agriculture, the circular economy and Europe's nature wonders. Just like in the previous years, we would like to kindly ask you to be our partners to be able to reach even more interested people and raise awareness about the environmental issues we are living with. The best shorts will not only win valuable prizes but will be showed at international events that affect our future... Download the Call for Entries PDF here.
For more information please visit www.greengofest.eu.
If you have any questions, please make sure that you search for it first in the FAQs. In case you have not found it, please contact Olja Radlovic on the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: +49 (0)4351 470 043
Each year in September,
GREEN SCREEN International Wildlife Film Festival Eckernförde attracts more than a hundred international professionals from the wildlife film industry and up to 20 000 visitors.
The five day festival programme offers more than one hundred screenings at different venues, often with filmmakers present to offer insight into their work, also there are workshops and panels.
A glamorous award ceremony celebrating the winners in the 16 categories is the final highlight of the event.
Wildlife films are welcome to be submitted from December 14th 2018 until March 15th 2019.
Contact: email@example.com Entry form, categories and regulations: www.greenscreen-festival.de/en/professional/filmsubmission
More information about the festival: www.greenscreen-festival.de/en
International Wildlife Film Festival
718 S. Higgins Ave.
Phone: +1 406 728 9380
Fax: +1 406 728 2881
For help with tickets, passes & membership: firstname.lastname@example.org
For film sponsorship: email@example.com
International Wildlife Film Festival (IWFF), created
and based in Missoula, Montana, hosts a wide-ranging line-up
of special events, public screenings, seminars and panel discussions
and evening receptions.
Festival is not a trade show or marketplace; it is a forum
for people to teach and learn about the natural history filmmaking
business and wildlife issues.
Our Festival is an eclectic
collection of people who have a great concern for wildlife
and wildlands, and how television, film and video play important
roles in understanding and protecting creatures and habitat
The mission of the International Wildlife Film Festival is
to foster knowledge and understanding of wildlife and habitat
through excellent, honest wildlife films and other media.
The IWFF was the first juried wildlife film competition in
Learn more at wildlifefilms.org
2019 will see in the 42nd event... April 13-19 in Missoula, Montana, USA
See the 2018 winners here: wildlife-film.com/features/IWFF-2018-Award-Winners-Announced.html
240 South Glenwood Street
Phone: +1 307 200 3286
Operations Director: Christie Quinn
We are Jackson Wild
Founded in 1991, the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival has become Jackson Wild, expanding our reach and impact around the globe.
Jackson Wild believes in the power of media to inspire wonder for our living planet and ignite action to restore it through high-impact collaboration.
Jackson Wild creates impact through four pillars of engagement:
The Jackson Wild Summit is an extraordinary annual convening where collaboration and innovation thrive, and new ideas are launched. Cross-disciplinary conversations on the critical issues facing our planet set the stage for strategic partnerships that happen nowhere else, as participants work together to address conservation and environmental challenges. In 2019, the conservation focus will be Living Oceans. Partner summits around the world will echo this conservation theme, broadening reach and deepening global impact.
Media today deepens understanding of the world around us, inspires commitment to protect and restore the natural systems upon which all life depends and empowers the radical changes that will be required. The nature equivalent to the Oscars®, the Jackson Wild Media Awards celebrate excellence and innovation in science and nature storytelling. In addition to media, the Jackson Wild Legacy Awards recognize visionary filmmakers, conservationists, scientists and thought leaders.
3) New Frontiers
Stories connect us to the planet and to each other. It’s critical to bring diverse voices that bear witness to the world through unique and authentic stories. The Jackson Wild Media Lab will train and mentor emerging conservation media leaders in unique programs that directly engage them with the most influential content creators from around the globe. Beginning in Southern Africa and Latin America, Jackson Wild is working with local organizers to globalize the voices of young filmmakers.
4) Global Impact
Jackson Wild works with UN agencies and global partners to empower locally-driven engagement that inspires action. The annual World Wildlife Day Film Showcase creates a portfolio of programs selected from 250+ entries, that are presented globally at special screening events through Jackson Wild on Tour. Working closely with CITES, the UN Environment and UN Development Programme Jackson Wild furthers deep-impact media strands at a series of high level global convenings in 2019-20 where world leaders address critical environmental, social and economic challenges.
Japan Wildlife Film Festival
Executive Director: Yoshiharu McNicoll
Phone: +81 (0)3 6419 7504
+81 (0)3 6419 7510
Holding its first festival in 1993, JWFF is organized biennially - every odd year in Toyama prefecture, Japan.
With the cooperation of Wildscreen in Bristol, U.K. and Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival in Wyoming, U.S.A., it has become the largest event of its kind in Asia and Pacific Rims.
The festival receives over 400 film entries from over 40 countries and is attended by some 40 thousand members of the public who come from all over Japan.
The Japan Wildlife Film Festival is a four-day event, where nominated films are screened at several theatres and open to the public free of charge.
The Festival gives the Japanese public an excellent opportunity to view high quality natural history films. In addition to the screenings, we invite several of the nominees and other filmmakers to give special seminars on the making of their films.
Free entrance for the public and the Awards ceremony will on the the 3rd April from 15:30
#LabMeCrazy! Science Film Festival
Co-ordinator: Javier Diez
Director: Bienvenido León
Phone: +34 69 902 7379
#LabMeCrazy! Science Film Festival is an initiative run by the Museo de Ciencias at the University of Navarra.
It is a film festival that aims to raise awareness about science among young people by offering a refreshing, modern take on scientific knowledge.
Call For Entries Deadline: April 28, 2019 ... More info on the Profile Page!
Matsalu Nature Film Festival
Tallinna mnt. 25
Läänemaa County 90303
Festival Director: Silvia Lotman
Phone: +372 477 5141
The first international Matsalu Nature Film Festival took place in 2003.
The Festival is named after the Matsalu National Park, one of Europe's largest bird sanctuaries and a wetland environment of global significance.
The objective of the festival is to screen and recognize new nature films and their creators, and to promote the distribution and popularity of nature films.
The festival promotes nature-oriented and sustainable ways of life and respect for the nature-connected traditions of indigenous people.
The 17th Matsalu Nature Film Festival will be held from the 18-22th of September 2019.
CALL FOR ENTRIES OPEN until the 1st of May!
Submit Online: filmfreeway.com/matsalufilm
NaturVision Film Festival
Festival Director: Ralph Thoms
Phone: +49 (0)7141 9922 48-0
18th NaturVision Film Festival from 11 – 14 July 2019 in Ludwigsburg, Germany.
NaturVision is Germany's longest-running nature film festival, focusing on the natural world, wildlife, the environment and sustainability. Over four days we showcase powerful and absorbing nature and wildlife films on the big screen. We want to allow our viewers insights into unfamiliar worlds, inform them and reveal interrelationships and effects, so that they become aware of and inspired by nature and the environment. At the same time it is our wish to provide a forum for the genre, so as well as big productions there is also room in our programme for small filmic gems.
Unforgettable film images, emotional moments, critical information: NaturVision is THE film festival for nature and the environment. With our international film competition, each year we showcase the latest films around nature, wildlife and the environment, honouring the best among them with prestigious awards. NaturVision brings the beauty of nature to the big screen, shows the vulnerability of our world, and reports on new and promising solutions for environmental issues. NaturVision stands for the art of film, sustainability and future-proof development. NVision the future!
Our Short Film Award – supported by Audi’s environmental foundation Audi Stiftung für Umwelt GmbH – is back for the second year running, this time with the theme "Recycle, not ruin – Nature leads the way". The category invites films that deal with the concept of "cradle to cradle". Potential topics range from recycling, upcycling, the sharing economy and forward-thinking product development, right through to C2C in architecture and urban planning. Of course we also welcome animated films, wild visions and fun ideas! The award is open to both professional and amateur filmmakers over 18 years of age with films up to 30 minutes long. Films submitted for the Short Film category can also have a completion date before 1 January 2018. The award carries a prize of €5,000!
New York WILD Film Festival
23 W. 73rd Street #1201
New York 10023
Founder and Executive Director: Nancy Rosenthal
Phone: +1 21 28 776 364
Awareness of all things WILD is vital.
More than ever people are fascinated with all things connected to the planet and aware of the urgency to save it.
The New York WILD Film Festival is a documentary film festival showcases a spectrum of topics, from exploration and adventure to wildlife and the environment, bringing all things WILD to the most urban city in the world.
Through powerful, exhilarating films and conversations WILD presents an extraordinary opportunity to exchange ideas, affect vital change and celebrate the WILD.
The 5th Annual New York WILD FIlm Festival was held at the Explorers Club, February 22-25, 2018
Celebrating 5 Years WILD: nywildfilmfestival.com/the-festival/about-the-festival
2018 New York WILD Trailer
The Sixth Annual New York WILD Film Festival will be held from February 21-24, 2019.
Ottawa International Vegan Film Festival
Contact: Shawn Stratton
Phone: + 1 613 884 7385
The Ottawa Vegan Film Festival is a trailblazing event dedicated to celebrating the vegan ideal: a healthier, compassionate, environmentally friendly lifestyle that can be achieved through the consumption of plants and animal-free alternatives.
As the number of people who call themselves vegan grows exponentially around the world (a 500% increase in the last three years in the US), there is a huge appetite for information and insights into all aspects of vegan life: from the ethics of animal farming to the environmental and health benefits that come with a shift to plant based eating..
The Ottawa International Vegan Film Festival hosted its inaugural Festival on October 14, 2018 at the Mayfair Theatre in Ottawa, Canada, as the only known vegan film festival in the world.
In the years to come, the Festival will hit the road across Canada and around the world. It will not only showcase the talents of extraordinary filmmakers, but serve as a crucial link connecting the global community of vegans and inspiring non vegans to make kinder, and more informed food choices.
The 2019 festival plans are underway ... now accepting film submissions for the 2019 Ottawa International Vegan Film Festival!
For more info on film submissions or how to submit a film, visit www.oivff.com/submit
Science Media Awards & Summit
1 Guest Street
Phone: +1 307 200 3286
September 25-27, 2018 | WGBH, Boston
SMASH aims to boost science literacy in the global public by convening top scientists and science media pros.
Join Jackson Hole WILD and WGBH in Boston, September 25-27, 2018, for the Science Media Awards & Summit in the Hub (SMASH), where more than 300 science media stakeholders will gather to celebrate exceptional media, cutting-edge discoveries and explore new ways of communicating the wonders of science to a global audience in a rapidly-changing media landscape.
22nd Sept 2016: Jackson Hole Science Media Awards Announces 2016 Winners
28th Sept 2018: Jackson Hole Science Media Awards Announces 2018 Winners
Sondrio Festival - International Documentary Film Festival on Parks
Via Perego, 1
Phone: +39 0342 526 260
Annual international film festival and competition focusing on nature documentaries made in National Parks, Nature Reserves and Protected Areas.
The 33rd edition of the Sondrio festival will be held in Italy, between 11 and 24 November 2019.
Phone: +1 561 862 8948
Personal Mission/Environmental Category Contest: Video shorts, 5 min. or less, that tell the how and why an individual or group is doing something positive for the environment and inspiring others with their actions!
Please see website for details and examples: www.storieslived.com/contest
The Stories Lived Online Video Contest will present $5,300 in cash prizes across multiple categories, awarded over a 3.5 month period.
- Personal Triumph Finalists: 3 Finalists selected | $200 awarded to each Finalist (determined by Stories Lived staff.)
- Personal Passion Finalists: 3 Finalists selected | $200 awarded to each Finalist (determined by Stories Lived staff.)
- Personal Mission Finalists: 3 Finalists selected | $200 awarded to each Finalist (determined by Stories Lived staff.)
- Audience Award Winner: 1 Winner from 9 Finalists | $1,500 to Winner (determined by online vote.)
- Jury Award Winner: 1 Winner from 9 Finalists | $2,000 to Winner (determined by our esteemed Jury.)
Please see Contest Info Page for details! :)
See the most recent winners here: www.wildlife-film.com/features/Stories-Lived-Environmental-Category-Winners-Announced-30-January-2017.html
Sunny Side of the Doc
21 bis Quai Maubec
La Rochelle 17000
Phone: +33 5 46 55 79 79
Sunny Side of the Doc, international factual and doc market, brings together broadcasters, distributors and producers to buy programmes, and to find partners.
Asian Side of the Doc puts the spotlight on the dynamic Asian factual programmes sector and includes 4 days of networking, pitch sessions, panels, events and a sales market to create new partnerships and get access to key buyers from across Asia and beyond.
Wildlife Film Festival Rotterdam
Phone: ++31 6 14 060 229
WFFR 2019 is now open for entries!
Wildlife Film Festival Rotterdam (WFFR) is the largest wildlife festival in The Netherlands. It focuses on the screening of wildlife, environment and conservation documentaries.
The 5th edition will take place from Wednesday 30 October – Sunday 3 November 2019.
The festival is held in the city centre of Rotterdam at one venue.
The competition is free of fees. The deadline for entries is 1 May 2019.
In 2019 WFFR will recognise outstanding achievements in eleven Flamingo Award categories.
You can submit your film via FilmFreeway.
The rules and terms can be found on FilmFreeway.
If you wish to submit your film otherwise, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for the possibilities.
- Wednesday 1 May 2019: Official submission deadline
- Friday 16 August 2019: Announcement of the selected finalists and Flamingo Award nominees
- Wednesday 30 October – Sunday 3 November 2019: Wildlife Film Festival Rotterdam, held in one of Europe’s most exhilarating cities according to the Lonely Planet.
- Saturday 2 November 2019: The winning filmmakers will receive their Award during the Flamingo Award Ceremony.
On Saturday the 27th of October 2018 nine prizes were awarded at Wildlife Film Festival Rotterdam’s Flamingo Award Ceremony: www.wffr.nl/winnaars-2018
Best Film: Queen Without Land
Best Short Film: Pangolin
Awareness Award: The Last Pig
Conservation Award: Wildlife Savers, Unsung Heroes
Environmental Award: Yasuni Man
Childrens award: Backyard Wilderness
Underwater Award: Sonic Sea
Virtual Reality Award: Orangutan School
Newcomer Award: STROOP
Audience Award: Jane
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.
Last Festival Dates: 15-19th October 2018!
See: Wildscreen Panda Awards 2018 Winners Announced!
See: Wildscreen Panda Awards 2016 Winners Announced!
Wild Shots Wildlife Photography Symposium
Contact - Harriet Nimmo
Phone: +27 (0)79 437 6079
Wild Shots - South Africa's new wildlife photography symposium.
Wild Shots is bringing together amateurs and professionals alike, to learn from and be inspired by the best in the business. It features a packed showcase of high-profile speakers presenting their very latest photographic work, telling tales of experiences in the field, and debating hot industry topics. The stellar line-up of speakers includes Africa's very best nature photographers and top industry practitioners.
Wild Shots' aim is to explore the power of nature photography and how it helps to promote a greater public appreciation of biodiversity and the conservation of nature in Africa. The event is open to everyone with an interest in wildlife and nature photography.
For further info & delegate registration see www.wildshotsevent.com