Source: A wild new chapter: Wildlife Film Festival looks to build "science communicators"
HELENA, Mont. – In support of the 40th annual International Wildlife Film Festival in Missoula, the Montana Department of Commerce and Montana Film Office have granted the festival funding to bring filmmakers to the state to participate in a variety of events. Two grants totaling $10,000
When it comes to wildlife films, bigger usually means better. Megafauna have no problem attracting the attention of filmmakers or audiences. If that's your flavor, the 40th International Wildlife Film Festival has plenty of films about big creatures: Take your pick with feature-length films like "Giraffes:
By Helen Young At this year’s International Wildlife Film Festival, we will be screening the glorious and critically acclaimed ‘Planet Earth II’. In the safe hands of Sir David Attenborough, this series drew record viewing figures for the BBC last year, usurping ostensibly more crowd-pleasing shows
Our awesomely fun and incredibly entertaining team at IWFF is in need of some hard-hitting interns! Looking for the following: EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS INTERN VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR INTERN SPECIAL EVENTS INTERN IWFF LABS INTERN DELEGATE LIAISON INTERN MEDIA INTERN – VIDEO PRODUCER & EDITOR MEDIA INTERN – GRAPHIC ART If you're interested in finding out more about
Submissions for the 40th International Wildlife Film Festival are now open currently being accepted. Earlybird Deadline: November 18, 2016 Regular Deadline: January 6, 2017 The longest running wildlife film festival in the world, IWFF was founded in Missoula, Montana as a watchdog and guardian of scientific and factual