Call for Entries
9 Jan - 10 April

Wildscreen Official Selection 2020

For the first time ever Wildscreen is launching a call for entries for an Official Selection programme. 

The Official Selection is open to anyone with a story about nature to share. Entrants will be able to submit long or short form content, including emerging technologies or platforms. A team of programmers will curate a screening programme featuring original and creative stories about the natural world. The natural world is beautifully diverse and this strength will be reflected through the voices heard, tools used and stories shared within the Wildscreen Official Selection. The programme will consist of premieres, global voices and brave innovations.

As we enter a new decade, we are at a time in our history when stories about the natural world have never been more important - we are the first generation to understand humanity’s impact on nature and the last to be able to protect and restore it. Wildscreen believes in the power of visual storytelling to spark positive and restorative action for our natural world, globally. Bold, authentic and varied stories that speak to different audiences with urgency and hope have never been so necessary.

Our natural world is beautifully diverse and this strength will be reflected through the voices heard, tools used and stories shared within the Wildscreen Official Selection. 
We are looking for original, creative stories at any length, format or budget that reflect one or more of the following:

- Biodiversity
- Authentic voices
- Optimism and solutions
- Interrelationships between humans and nature
- Next generation of stewards and storytellers 
- Innovation in audience or platform
- Impact

Find out more and enter here

Important dates

16 February - early bird pricing deadline
10 April - official deadline
1 May - extended deadline (submissions accepted at Wildscreen's discretion)
Early August - Panda Award nominees and Official Selection announced
19 - 23 October - Wildscreen Festival.

 

What are you looking for?

Please note that arkive.org is now closed

If you’re looking for information about a species, try National Geographic Photo Ark or IUCN Red List