First Virtual Wildscreen Festival - Now Available On Demand
First Virtual Wildscreen Festival 2020 Now Available On Demand
Wildscreen is proud to announce that they are making this years’ festival content as accessible as possible by making it available on demand until 16th December 2020.
Wildscreen is offering a reduced price for these on demand tickets in order to continue to reach a truly diverse, inclusive and global audience. Concession passes are also available at a further reduced cost for full-time students, those over 65, anyone in receipt of their country’s benefits as well as those from the United Nation’s list of Least Developed Countries.
On demand ticket holders will have access to a packed schedule of masterclasses, panel sessions and keynotes all via the festival’s online platform. The international nature of the event was reflected in the world class line up of speakers including Sir David Attenborough, climate activist Greta Thunberg, Hollywood Director James Cameron and presenter Steve Backshall.
Separate film library passes are also available to view over 200 outstanding natural history films as part of the Wildscreen Festival 2020 film library.
On demand ticket prices are below and can be purchased here: https://wildscreen.org/festival/tickets
- Full Content Pass - £50 VAT
- Concession Full Content Pass - £30 VAT
- Film Library Pass - £20 VAT
Here’s what some of the delegates said of Wildscreen Festival 2020:
"Well done Wildscreen Team, your virtual festival was an exceptional success. I can only imagine all the hard work that went on behind the scenes. Thank you."
"Thanks for all the work the team are doing. Who would think a virtual festival could be so engaging and fun?! I am having a blast."
"May I pass on many congratulations to all of your team? A most impressive virtual festival, put together extremely well under exceptionally challenging circumstances! Well done to you and everyone involved at Wildscreen."
"Absolutely brilliant, the content just keeps getting better and better. Thanks Wildscreen!"
Sue Martineau, interim CEO of Wildscreen, the UK-based not-for-profit conservation organisation behind Wildscreen Festival said:
“We’re thrilled to have successfully delivered the 2020 Wildscreen Festival and to now make it available on demand. We’re looking forward to sharing what we believe is one of our best programmes of events to date, with one of our largest global and diverse audiences. The 20th anniversary of Wildscreen Festival marked a unique and exciting new format for the event, but with everything that the industry has come to expect in terms of outstanding content and unrivalled access to industry leaders.
I’d like to thank all our speakers, sponsors, partners and delegates as they supported Wildscreen Festival’s transition to a virtual event, and helped us to continue to be bold and seeking new ways to reimagine the future of the festival, and our industry.”
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Wildscreen is an award-winning not-for-profit conservation organisation. Our goal is to convene the world’s best filmmakers and photographers with the most committed conservationists to create compelling stories about the natural world and so inspire the wider public to experience it, feel part of it and protect it.
We are powered by an ecosystem of projects:
- Wildscreen Exchange - a unique global hub, empowering conservation organisations by connecting them with world-leading filmmakers and photographers to create ground- breaking communications about our natural world.
- Wildscreen Festival - the internationally renowned festival that celebrates and advances the art of natural world storytelling. The Wildscreen Festival took place from the 19 -23 October 2020.
- Wildscreen Network - a respected cornerstone of the Bristol wildlife production ecosystem with a growing international membership, with over 300 individual members and 25 company members.
Wildscreen is based in Bristol, UK – the south west of England city nicknamed ‘Green Hollywood’ because it produces more natural history film and TV than any other city in the world. https://www.wildscreen.org/