Bring the longest running wildlife film festival to your hometown, organization, business, agency, or school.

The 2020 IWFF Tour is available July 1, 2020 - Feb 2021.

There are three ways to take advantage of the 2020 IWFF Presents Tour. Each has different requirements, film options, and pricing. It is best to reach out to Carrie Richer with screening information, dates, and requests to assess what collection and what films are best-suited to your event.

For more information, a film list or to participate in the 2020 IWFF Tour, email Carrie Richer [email protected]


The Educator’s package is offered internationally to teachers and educational institutions only and must be made available for free along with related curriculum to students. This is a new IWFF initiative based on how many teachers and University professors utilized the 2020 virtual festival in their classroom while teaching remotely. Available for free, along with proof of association with an educational institution.


New this year, based on COVID constraints. We are allowing nonprofits and other theater venues to offer their membership groups to stream a film collectively for one specific day. Many of these groups are conservation groups that are highlighting issues reflected in the films they request. This provides an option for action, education, and support while hosting physical events is not possible. The films included in this package are limited and will come with a private IWFF Vimeo link accessed with a password. Organization’s members or patrons can purchase a ticket and will receive the link and password in their transaction confirmation email. The link may be LIVE from 12-48 hours and then will be removed for security. IWFF provides event & marketing support, festival graphics, and film stills.


This is the IWFF Presents traditional tour which we run each year. Screenings may be free or require an admission ticket. IWFF provides festival graphics, promotional graphics, and film stills. We can also provide technical support for an added fee. Films are sent on an external hard drive and must be returned to IWFF two weeks following the screening date. We strongly suggest pairing the screenings with discussions, led by a filmmaker or local biologist /conservationist experts in your area. IWFF is able to help support these enriching aspects of your event.