Through diverse programming and community events IWFF celebrates ethical wildlife and environmental filmmaking as well as emerging filmmakers.
Filmmakers can expect lively Q&A’s after every screening, engaging day-time programming including panels, dialogues and networking opportunities with top-notch filmmakers, fresh media makers and scientists working on the brink of discovery. The festival also hosts IWFF Labs, a highly competitive science-driven filmmaking intensive.
IWFF is centered around stories that promote awareness, knowledge and an understanding of science, wildlife and the humans that impact our world every day and reach audiences in every way imaginable.
Best of Festival, Special Jury Prize plus a Best of Award in each category.
Films eligible for the International Wildlife Film Festival's juried competition must have a central focus on non-domesticated wildlife species and natural habitats. Content must relate either singly or in combination with wildlife, habitat, conservation, ecology, research management, the environment, environmental, cultural or conservation issues, the role of hunting in conservation, plants and/or people's interactions with wildlife and/or the natural world.
No premiere requirement
Jury and Organizers
Festival producers: Jeri Rafter, Carrie Richer
718 S. Higgins Ave.
Missoula, Montana 59801
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Films over 60 minutes.
Films that run less than 50 minutes in length.