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Wildscreen Festival Photography tickets on sale and keynote announcement

17 May 2018 | Panda Awards | Festival

During the 2016 Festival, we dedicated one day to celebrating wildlife and conservation photography. This year, we are further embedding stills into the DNA of the world's biggest celebration of wildlife film, TV and online content by programming EVEN MORE photography!

Thursday 18 and Friday 19 October will feature photography sessions, masterclasses and keynotes supporting our ambition to unite and support all natural world visual storytellers.


Programme announcements

KEYNOTE: Thomas Peschak
An award-winning National Geographic Photographer, Thomas specializes in documenting both the beauty and fragility of the world's oceans, islands and coasts.

SPEAKER: Kathy Moran
As National Geographic Magazine’s first senior editor for natural history projects, at the last count Kathy has edited 320 stories. She is also on our Jury for the inaugural Photo Story Panda Award.

SPEAKER: Robin Moore
Conservationist, photographer and ILCP Fellow, Robin is Communications Director for Global Wildlife Conservation. He has spearheaded many innovative, image-led campaigns to raise the profile of over-looked species.

We’re thrilled to announce that we’re teaming up with the International League of Conservation Photographers (ILCP) in 2018. The photography line-up will feature many of ILCP’s Fellows and Associates.

Don't forget! 

Photo Story Panda Award nominees will get the opportunity to showcase their portfolios in front of the world’s best wildlife storytellers, editors and commissioners on Friday 19 October.

Nominated photostories will also be the focus of our amazing large-scale outdoor photography exhibition held in Bristol throughout October, reaching over 45,000 public and attracting international media coverage.

GET 2 ENTRIES FOR THE PRICE OF ONE! Are you aged 18 - 30? Entrants aged 30 or under will also be considered for the ‘Emerging Talent Photo Story Panda Award’ which will be awarded to an exciting early career photography talent.


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