As well as the bienniel festival in Bristol, Wildscreen also work with other festivals to deliver stories about the natural world to wider audiences.
In 2017 we are working with festivals in Scotland, China and Taiwan.
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Wild Film Festival Scotland
Wild Film Festival Scotland is a weekend-long celebration of the natural world with film, photography, topical talks and special guests.
Taking place in Dumfries from 24-26 March 2017, Wild Film Festival Scotland are showcasing a programme of Panda Award-nominated and winning films.
Alongside some of the world’s best wildlife films there are also celebrity speakers including Simon King of Big Cat Diaries and Iolo Williams from Springwatch.
Plus two photographic exhibitions, art, music, literature and a Wild Film Fayre.
Take a look at the packed programme and start planning your WFFS!
Wild View Taiwan
For the past six years Wildscreen has had a successful partnership with the WildViewTaiwan Nature Communication
Society in delivering an annual free film festival.
Each year a selection of Panda Award-winning and nominated films have been screened at the WildViewTaiwan
film festival held in Greater Taichung which thousands of people have attended.
From June - September Wild View Taiwan take their festival on tour and screen Panda Award winning
and nominated films to volunteers, NGO's, elementary schools and universities across Taiwan,
reaching around 8,000 people each year.
Click here to keep up to date with Wild View Tawian 2017.
Wildscreen China took place 28-30 October 2016 at the Mega Box cinema in Sanlitun, Beijing and featured public
screenings of over 15 Wildscreen Panda Award-winning and nominated productions.
An interactive zone designed to engage audiences with the natural world using all five senses supported
the screening programme in Beijing. The ‘Interactive Nature Zone’ included:
talks and photography exhibitions featuring leading Chinese wildlife filmmakers and photographers
including Dong Lei, Huang Yifeng and Wu Lixin; short films provided by world-leading
conservation organisations including WildAid, WWF, IFAW and Conservation International;
VR experiences; projections; nature listening stations; and educational and craft activities for children.
The Festival was delivered in partnership with Earthland and Xi Zhinong,
one of China’s pioneering wildlife photographers and founder of Wild China Films.