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19 - 23 Oct, 2020
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Wildscreen Festival 2020 goes virtual

We are excited to officially kick off Wildscreen Festival 2020 with the launch of our unique film library of over 200 films including our fabulous Panda Awards submissions. Over the next four weeks, before Wildscreen Festival goes virtual for the first time in its history, we'll announce our world-leading programme of headline speakers and unmissable keynotes along with what you have come to expect of your Wildscreen Festival experience - sessions, masterclasses, live Q&As, very special commissioner content and unique networking opportunities. All of this plus the opportunity for you to watch some of the best natural history productions by way of premiere screenings. 

Join us at Wildscreen Festival 2020 to explore the very best of the natural history industry, celebrate the Panda Awards nominees and network with the best in the international wildlife community. 

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Upcoming Dates

17 September - Festival delegates gain access to the first productions added to our Film Library.

24 September - Wildscreen Virtual Photography Exhibition will be launched!

1 October - Official Selection films released on Film Library.

1 - 8 October - Official Selection Audience Award voting open. Delegates will be asked to vote for their favourite production before the deadline.

15 October - Official Selection Programmer and Audience Prizes awarded.

19 - 23 October - Get ready for Wildscreen Festival week!


Wildscreen Film Library

From 17 September to 16 December, the Wildscreen Festival 2020 film library will launch for delegates. Panda Award submissions and nominees and Official Selection films will be available for you to watch on demand and will be released in waves until Festival week.

If you're enjoying your home screenings of our outstanding productions, make sure to tag us on social media! #Wildscreen2020

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