Don’t miss the Wildlife Conservation Film Festival on October 17th-27th at NYC’S Cinema Village Theater. Now in its 9th year, the festival will premiere more than 100 films and is dedicated to engaging and inspiring audiences about the need for, and importance of, the protection of global biodiversity. Drawing 3,000+ people from all over the world, the festival and brings film buffs, celebrities, local New Yorkers, travelers, scientists and conservationists.
See some incredible films. Check the website for the full film lineup which includes world premieres such as: “Spiders” by Mexican Producer and Director Rodolfo Juarez; “Secrets of the Pangolin” from a Taiwanese director; “Land of the Outcast” about Pablo Escobar’s wild hippos in Colombia; “Rooted: The Hollow Heart” about the ecosystem around the Zimbabwean Baobab trees; “The Final Breach” from a Canadian director about killer whales; and “The Queen of Taru,” produced by a 21-year-old Indian filmmaker, the youngest to produce a feature documentary on Indian tigers.
To get tickets… Individual film tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door; and All-Access passes are $295 and can be purchased here: https://www.brownpapertickets.
For more information, go to: https://www.wcff.org/nyc-