The 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
IWFF 2019 Dates and Submissions Open
The 42nd International Wildlife Film Festival officially opened for submissionson the 14th of September! IWFF is a fun, inclusive place for first-time filmmakers and seasoned veterans to showcase the best of wildlife filmmaking.
Submit by November 24th for a discount on submitting!
Learn more at wildlifefilms.org
2019 will see in the 42nd event... April 13-19 in Missoula, Montana, USA
- September 14th, 2018 Early Bird Submissions Open
- November 24th, 2018 Early Bird Deadline
- December 29th, 2018 Regular Deadline
- January 19th, 2019 Late Deadline
- February 9th, 2019 Extended Deadline
- February 19, 2019 Notification Date.
Enter your film here: filmfreeway.com/InternationalWildlifeFilmFestival
See the 2018 winners here: wildlife-film.com/features/IWFF-2018-Award-Winners-Announced.html