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Last modified: December 27, 2012, 6:34 AM
Wildlife Conservation Film Festivals (WCFF) produce signature key events across the United States that screen and highlight some of the finest films from around the world covering topics across fields of science, natural history and conservation.
The mission of Wildlife Conservation Film Festivals is to educate, enlighten and entertain audiences about the protection of species and habitat, which is critical to the survival of humanity. Reduced biodiversity compromises the Earthʼs precious resources of food, water, and clean air upon which we rely on. WCFF recognizes that it is essential to support local communities through their cultural identity and economy, which is an integral piece in conserving the health of our planet.
WCFF are a unique cultural, conservation and educational series of events held in key markets across the United States (New York, Miami, Washington, D.C. and the Hamptons) that bring together innovative minds and leaders from film, media and science. Currently, our festival in Washington, D.C. has a conference at Conservation International's Head Quarters incorporated with it, which creates a platform for facilitating inspiration into action. In the future, we aim to incorporate conferences into all of our film festivals.