The Wildlife Conservation Film Festival (WCFF) this October celebrates their ninth year in New York City. From Oct. 17 through Oct. 27, the festival will screen more than 100 documentary films, many world premieres at the Cinema Village Theater, which is at 12th Street and University Place. A cash bar, welcome reception takes place on Thursday, October 17, 7:30 pm at the White Oak Tavern, corner of Waverly place and Greene Street; one block east of Washington Square Park.
Film producers and scientists from around the world will participate in panel discussions and Q&A’s, from countries including Australia, Czech Republic, Germany, Nigeria, and Portugal to name a few.
The 2019 festival will also feature panel discussions, Q&A with the audience, networking sessions, field trips, distribution meetings and more. A VIP Press Party is scheduled for September 17, location TBA.
Schedule of films and speakers will be listed on WCFF.org in the coming months. Seating is limited, get your all access festival pass before they sell out: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4072728
The WCFF is the only film festival dedicated to wildlife conservation. In addition to the festival in New York, the WCFF hosts a film festival in São Paulo, Brazil in partnership with Green Nation Sustainability Conference which draws 100,000 attendees. In China, the WCFF partners with the Dali Photography Museum and Wild China Films to host a week long film festival and three month international wildlife photography exhibition in the city of Dali, Yunnan.
The WCFF has an extensive education outreach program with secondary and post-secondary institution throughout the United States and foreign countries that include India and Nigeria.
For more information, contact Christopher J. Gervais, WCFF Founder at 917-558-5205 or email@example.com
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