From film screenings to photography exhibitions to competitions, Wildscreen offers packages to help you share amazing stories and awe-inspiring images from the natural world.

When we're not running Wildscreen Festival, we work creatively and collaboratively with individuals and organisations across the globe to produce events, commission work and build our community. Over the past four decades we have run day-festivals, talks, screenings, exhibitions and a film and photography competition! If you have ideas and want to collaborate, get in touch!  

Film Programme Consultancy

From barges to breweries, we've hosted screenings in some amazing places, taking stories from the natural world to audiences from all walks of life. We offer consultancy for screening programmes, whether you're a hosting a one-off event or an annual festival. With our exceptional film database, curated over Wildscreen Festival's 40-year history, we can help curate packages to suit theme and inspire your audience with original natural world stories.

Hosting an event in 2022 or 2023 and need an outstanding film programme? Find out more about our Film Programme Consultancy.

Outdoor Photography Exhibition hire

The highly acclaimed​ Wildscreen Outdoor Photography Exhibition was first used as part of the 2016 Wildscreen Festival, which took place in Bristol, UK. ​ Attracting over 40,000 visitors over a three week period, the exhibition was praised for its content, aesthetic appeal and one-of-a-kind sustainable features. 

The exhibition has continued to delight residents and visitors to Bristol with further displays each year since!​ Get in touch if you would like more information about hiring the stands for your own exhibition. 

Wildscreen Outdoor Photography Exhibition

 Wildscreen Outreach

We work with festivals around the world to deliver outstanding film programmes, please contact us if you would like to find out more about hosting your own festival featuring Panda Award films. 

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