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Last modified: July 20, 2014, 11:04 PM
The Wildlife Conservation Film Festival (WCFF) is a unique conservation, cultural, education and entertainment like no other in North America. The week long event is more than just a film festival, included are discussion, receptions, workshops and a red carpet gala.
The Wildlife Conservation Film Festival screens more than 75 of the finest documentary films from around the world covering topics of natural history and conservation. WCFF bring together innovative minds and leaders from film, media and science. Our film festival creates a platform for facilitating inspiration into action. More than 50 international filmmakers, scientists and global conservationists take part in the week long event.
The mission of Wildlife Conservation Film Festival is to inform, engage and inspire audiences about the need of protection for global biodiversity which is crucial to the survival of humanity.
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