Jackson Hole WILD On Tour aims to share the most extraordinary wildlife, nature & science films from its internationally acclaimed film competitions with the world!
Jackson Hole WILD On Tour, brings winning films from the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival and the Science Media Awards to museums, universities, festivals and local screening events over the coming year.
Screening events are currently slated in Washington D.C., California, New Zealand, Switzerland, India, Wyoming and Pennsylvania.
Recent WILD-on-Tour screenings with the U.S. State Department, Smithsonian Museum of Natural History, North Carolina Museum of Science, the U.S. Consulate China, U.S. Embassy Bangkok, U.S. Embassy Uganda, American Association for the Advancement of Science and more have impacted audiences exceeding more than 3000.
“There has never been a more important time to connect people with the wonders of nature and science. The impact of these powerful stories is undeniable,” said Executive Director Lisa Samford. “We are eager to partner with organizations looking to inspire action on a local level.”
Jackson Hole WILD will work with museums, universities, nonprofits and organizations invested in the mission of educating & inspiring the public about the natural world. Screenings will be programmed custom for the hosting organization and screening events can be free or ticketed. Based on an incredible catalog of films to choose from, Jackson Hole WILD can pick films that are relevant to specific topics or regions of the world.
For more information about hosting a science or nature event, please visit jhfestival.org/on-tour.html or contact email@example.com.
About Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival
Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival’s (JHWFF’s) programs promote public awareness and stewardship of wildlife and wildlife habitat through the innovative use of media. Since 1991, its annual conferences draw together international leaders in science, conservation, broadcasting and media. For three days this year, committed cat advocates will convene for the Jackson Hole Conservation Summit: Cats (Sept. 24-26), to share resources and strategies, address critical challenges and brainstorm innovative approaches for collaboration. They will join 650+ of the world’s most influential filmmakers and commissioners at the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival to celebrate the world’s finest nature programming and explore innovative ways to integrate media centrally into the battle against global wildlife crime.