Festival

TICKET INFORMATION

All Access Pass $200

All Access Pass Roxy Members $150

All Access Pass Roxy Cosmic Membership & Above FREE

All Access Pass Student and Senior $100

All Screenings Pass $75

All Screenings Pass Roxy Members $50

All Screenings Pass Roxy Cosmic Membership & Above FREE

All Screenings Pass Student and Senior $35

Single Tickets
Adult $8
Seniors 65+ $7
Students $7
Youth (12 and under) $5

Individual Tickets Available at The Roxy Theater. Please arrive at least 15 minutes prior to show for seats.

SPECIAL EVENTS
WildWalk and WildFest April 14th Open to the Public
Field Trips Open to All Access Passholders Only
Daytime Sessions   Open to the Public
Awards Ceremony April 20th Open to All Access Passholders Only

Check wildlifefilms.org to buy tickets, sign up for field trips and get your Roxy membership discount on passes!

OUR VISION
The vision of the International Wildlife Film Festival is to foster an engaged community that finds itself through cinema and helps the planet to heal.

IWFF values respect, diversity, collaboration, and stewardship.

Housed at The Roxy Theater, Missoula’s historic independent arthouse theater, IWFF screens the best of nature and wildlife films during the festival and year-round through our monthly series – IWFF Presents.

Founded in 1977 at the University of Montana by famed bear biologist Chuck Jonkel, IWFF is the first and longest-running wildlife event of its kind.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS 

President Janice Givler

Vice President Jerry Fetz

Secretary Maggie Angle

Treasurer Roy O’Connor

Chad Bishop

Rob Whitehair

Anne Burchenal

Kristin King-Ries

Megan Parker

IWFF Committee

Dan Pletscher Professor Emeritus, UM Wildlife Biology Program

Chad Bishop Director, Wildlife Biology Department

Janet Hess Producer and Series Editor of NATURE

Roshan Patel Filmmaker, Video Specialist, Smithsonian National Zoological Park

Nathan Dappan Filmmaker, Co-Founder Day’s Edge Productions

O’Connor Roy IWFF Board Member

Rob Whitehair Filmmaker, IWFF Board MemberMegan Parker Co-Director, Working Dogs For Conservation

Gianna Savoie, Ph.D., Filmmaker and Executive Director, Ocean Media Institute

AWARDS
Awards will be presented on Friday April 20th at the Natural History Museum. Award-winning films will re-screen April 21st and 22nd at The Roxy Theater. Winning films will be announced on wildlifefilms.org.