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Wildscreen

Inspiring the next generation of storytellers

locations

UK

problem+solution

ecological degradation
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storytelling

Wildscreen combines the art of filmmaking and storytelling with conservation to convey the urgency of protecting our planet. Their work centres three main projects: Wildscreen Exchange, Wilscreen Festival and the Wildscreen Network. The exchange is a way for conservation NGOs to access free wildlife photography, the film festival is an annual Bristol based event that brings together the best of wildlife films and the network is a collaborative membership for filmmakers and natural history enthusiasts.

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Support

Support the Emerging Talent Scheme that aims to bring diversity to storytelling

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Explore

Do you work for a conservation NGO? Explore the Exchange photography library

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Attend

Want to know more about the festival? Find out how you can attend!

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Join

Interested in joining the network? Find out more here!

Perfect for...

Conservationists, filmmakers, storytellers and wildlife enthusiasts

Our Honest Opinion

Wildlife storytelling is key to inspire people to get passionate about conserving and protecting the planet. We admire how Wildscreen is using the art of photography and filmmaking to provoke emotion and passion which leads to action. We particularly love their film curation and dedication to highlight indigenous communities.

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