Among the natural wonders of the Northern Rockies in the mountain burg of Missoula, Montana, the prestigious International Wildlife Film Festival is the first and longest running wildlife film festival in the world. The IWFF is known around the world for its emphasis on wildlife conservation and its focus on impact environmental and natural history media have on the fate and future of our planet. Continuing its mission of melding awareness and media, the chosen theme for the 36th annual IWFF, running April 27 – May 4, is “Edens Lost, Found and Saved: Wildlife Film and Conservation.”
Near the banks of the Clark Fork River at Missoula’s historic Roxy Theater, the festival offers unique opportunities to screen award-winning wildlife films, engage filmmakers and creative teams in public-fueled Q&A sessions, attend panel discussions, and mix with both presenters and fest goers in technology and fundraising workshops. Dedicated to bolstering Montana’s film industry and revealing the state’s endless natural beauty, the Montana Film Office is a proud sponsor of the weeklong festival and host of the “Welcome to Montana” filmmakers reception for festival delegates and guests.
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