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Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival 2017 - Call for Entry Open!

And the JHWFF 2017 Winners are....
From Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival
29th
September 2017

2017 Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival Winners Announced!

The Awards Celebration concludes the Festival & Summit, which draws leading filmmakers, conservationists, scientists, journalists and visionaries engaged in conservation and wildlife media to Jackson Hole. Submissions in the prestigious competition included a record-breaking 900 film entries, making this year’s festival the biggest yet. The nominated films are dazzling, inspiring, innovative and urgent. The winners were selected by a distinguished panel of international judges.

Congratulations to the 2017 Winners!

Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival 2017 - Winners!

Grand Teton Award Winner (Sponsored by Panasonic)

The Ivory Game
A Netflix Documentary, Terra Mater Film Studios and Vulcan Production in association with Malaika Pictures in association with Appian Way

CONTENT CATEGORIES:

Best Animal Behavior Program (Sponsored by World Wildlife Fund)

Rise of the Warrior Apes
KEO Films for Discovery Network International

Best Ecosystem Film (Sponsored by Animal Planet)

Antarctica in the Footsteps of the Emperor
PAPRIKA Films, Wild-Touch Production, ARTE France, Andromède Océanologie, CNRS Images

Best Conservation Film (Sponsored by HHMI | Tangled Bank Studios)

The Hunt: Living With Predators
A Silverback Films production, made in partnership with The Open University, for BBC, co-produced with BBC Worldwide, BBC America, CCTV9 and NDR Naturfilm.

Best People & Nature Film (Sponsored by The Nature Conservancy)

Ranger and Leopard
Wildlife Pictures Institute for Jam-e Jam TV Network

Best Changing Planet Film (Sponsored by North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences)

Death By a Thousand Cuts
Participant and Documentales Univision present a Tarasios Production in association with Human Pictures

Best Science in Nature Film (Sponsored by Marco Polo Film)

Sonic Sea
Discovery Channel presents a film by the Natural Resources Defense Council and Imaginary Forces in association with the International Fund for Animal Welfare and Diamond Docs

Best Impact Film (Sponsored by International Fund for Animal Welfare)

Chasing Coral
A Netflix Documentary, Exposure Labs

Best Educational Institutional Film (Sponsored by Terra Mater Factual Studios)

Pavel: I Protect Tigers
WWF-UK

Best Limited Series — Long (Sponsored by ORF Universum)

Ocean Warriors
A co-production between Animal Planet, Sundance Productions, Brick City TV and Vulcan Productions

Best Limited Series — Short (Sponsored by ARRI)

Lens of Time
Spine Films, California Academy of Sciences, bioGraphic

Best Engaging Youth Film (Sponsored by PBS)

My Haggan Dream
Sisbro Studios, Open Boat Films

Best Host - Presenter Led (Sponsored by WNET / Nature)

David Attenborough’s Light on Earth
Terra Mater Factual Studios, Ammonite Film Productions, Curiosity Stream, BBC, UKTV, ABC Australia

Best Short (Sponsored by Discovery)

Pangolin
Coral & Oak Studios

Best Micro-Movie (Sponsored by Nat Geo WILD)

I am Ranger
Black Bean Productions, United for Wildlife, Ol Pejeta Conservancy

Best Theatrical Film (Sponsored by Sony)

The Ivory Game
A Netflix Documentary, Terra Mater Film Studios and Vulcan Productions in association with Malaika Pictures in association with Appian Way

Best Student & Emerging Film (Sponsored by Disneynature)

Wild Expectations
Equilibrio films LLC, Nedo Producciones Ltda.

Best Interactive (Sponsored by RED Digital Cinemas)

David Attenborough’s Great Barrier Reef: An Interactive Journey
Atlantic Productions

Best 360° Storytelling (Sponsored by USC Cinematic Arts)

360 Climbing Giants
Black Dot Films VR, National Geographic Partners

Best Visualization (Sponsored by Fujinon Lenses)

Planet Earth II: Cities
BBC Studios Natural History Unit production, co-produced with BBC America, ZDF, Tencent and France Télévisions.

Best Editing (Sponsored by Off the Fence)

The Hunt: Hide and Seek
A Silverback Films production, made in partnership with The Open University, for BBC, co-produced with BBC Worldwide, BBC America, CCTV9 and NDR Naturfilm
Nigel Buck, Editor

Best Original Music Score (Sponsored by Vulcan)

Planet Earth II: Grasslands
BBC Studios Natural History Unit production, co-produced with BBC America, ZDF, Tencent and France Télévisions
Jacob Shea and Jasha Klebe, Composers

Best Writing (Sponsored by NHK)

The Ivory Game
A Netflix Documentary, Terra Mater Film Studios and Vulcan Productions in association with Malaika Pictures in association with Appian Way
Richard Ladkani and Kief Davidson, Writers

Best Audioscape (Sponsored by Dolby)

Planet Earth II: Jungles
BBC Studios Natural History Unit production, co-produced with BBC America, ZDF, Tencent and France Télévisions

Special Jury

Tribe Versus Pride
Terra Mater Factual Studios and Wildlife Films


2017 Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival Highlight Reel from Jackson Hole WILD

Wildlife-film.com congratulates all of the winners, especially our members shown in bold! Well done all involved!!

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