WCFF launches Virtual Event

The Wildlife Conservation Film Festival has wrapped up another successful year and is now offering viewers the chance to see the films through its Virtual Program.

Completing its eleventh year in New York City, the WCFF screened more than 100 films, including many world premieres, from around the globe. The festival drew film producers and scientists from around the world to showcase their films and participate in panel discussions and Q&A’s, representing countries including Australia, Brazil, China, Columbia, Germany, India, Mexico, Nigeria, Singapore and the United Kingdom to name a few.

The festival puts wildlife conservation in the spotlight with its mission is to inform, engage and inspire audiences about the need and importance of the protection of global biodiversity.

“The Film Festival is a personal mission, and an effective means to shed light on the state of some of the most endangered species living on our planet,” WCFF Founder & CEO, Christopher J. Gervais, FRGS said.

The festival is currently running its Global Virtual Program until 31 December 2021, where viewers can tune in to 115 documentary films with 24/7 access via Android or I-Phone, Apple or Smart TV, PC and other devices. The festival pass costs $20USD and is available for purchase at https://xerb.tv/channel/wcff/virtual-events/ticket-packages/show.

Call for entry for the 2022 event is now open. International, short & feature, independent, blue-chip and student films are welcomed. For entry application, contact info@wcff.org.

WCFF is in discussions to bring the Film Festival to Australia in late 2022 and is calling for expressions of interest from corporate, media and philanthropic sponsors.

Kate Webster is a world traveller, ocean lover and conservation warrior who is determined to make every moment count for not only herself but the world around her. This has inspired Kate to translate those moments and share them through her storytelling. A dedicated David Attenborough and Jane Goodall fan, Kate has delved into the world of wildlife and conservation travel to bring awareness.