The mission is to inform, engage and inspire wildlife conservation through the power of film and media.
Now more than ever there is an upmost need and importance of the protection of global biodiversity.
Doing Good for the PLANET
Now more than ever humanity must work to preserve global biodiversity.
People protect what they love and while not everyone will see a whale or wombat in person, they will have the opportunity to do so via film. This will inform, engage and inspire wildlife conservation to a whole new audience and the next generation.
While the focus of content will be documentaries and series on wildlife conservation, additional subjects to be include are: Anthropology/Archeology, Astronomy, Biodiversity, Climate Change, Earth Science, Environmental Issues, Geology/Paleontology, Indigenous People and more.Weekly Live Chats with filmmakers, conservationists, citizen scientists, field researchers, wildlife crime/trade officers and others will be offered.
People that attend and participate in our events are international wildlife conservationists, filmmakers, photographers, scientists and people across the globe that work toward the preservation of global biodiversity.
The WCFF is the first organization of its kind to present an issue that has widespread public support in a powerful visual forum, showing how wildlife preservation impacts our day-to-day lives.
The Wildlife Conservation Film Festival (WCFF) and Channel is the top film festivals on the globe devoted to wildlife conservation and now you can access award-winning films at anytime and anywhere with just the click of a button.
With the WCFF channel you can tap into our world of inspirational independent filmmakers, scientist and artists who have captured breathtaking footage to bring to life all the incredible stories existing on our planet today.
Engage and inspire the world through the power of film.
Education Outreach Program
The WCFF has an education outreach program that delivers content to thousands of secondary and post secondary institutions. Through media and live presentations from filmmakers, environmental scientists and expert wildlife conservationists, the WCFF/Channel creates public awareness that facilitates inspiration into action.
Some of the institutions include: NYU, John Jay College, University of Miami, Swarthmore College, University of Pennsylvania, the Ross School and the Dalton School.
The WCFF attracts thousands of attendees from the conservation, education, and wildlife film and travel industries. They discuss current issues facing the global biodiversity and the wildlife film industry, negotiate business opportunities, showcase products and services and screen films. People attend from all over the world and have included representatives from NatGeoWild, Bayerischer Rundfunk (BR), Discovery Communications, NATURE, National Geographic, PBS, Smithsonian Channel as well as wildlife filmmakers, distributors, producers and newcomers to the industry.
Attracting a diverse international audience showcasing and supporting films, WCFF/Channel provides a unique platform for many future opportunities in various fields, e.g. conservation projects, content creation, marketing & business projects, education & travel industry.
Millennials are the future demanding consumer, eco-savvy and selective.
With the free WCFF Channel investors will have the opportunity to promote their products and services.
The WCFF Chanel, as the first global platform for biodiversity and climate related films has the unique position to use it’s well established reputation to successfully launch and operate the Channel for multiple and shared value.
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