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Wildscreen Festival 2022 took place live in Bristol and online between 10—14 October 2022.
From industry thought-leaders and celebrities, to award-winning filmmakers, photographers, NGOs and high-end kit and camera companies, WSF22 offered an unmissable programme.
On February 9th 2023, we’ll be hosting an evening of Official Selection 2022 films with support from the BFI Film Audience Network and National Lottery.
Travel & Logistics
The main venues for Wildscreen Festival 2022 were the Bristol Harbour Hotel the Bristol Mercure Grand Hotel, and BBC Bridgewater House.
Our film screenings took place at a range of venues across the city: Showcase Cine de Lux, Cube Microplex, the Big Cinema at the Millenium Square and the Big Cinema, Bristol Aquarium.
All of our tickets had a small fee incorporated into the ticket price to offset the carbon impact of all delegates’ travel. We will be calculating and publishing a transparent report detailing our event footprint and the steps taken to mitigate our impact.
We know that it is vital that we work to reduce our impact on the planet across all that we do.
Wildscreen adheres to a bespoke environmental policy for each of our events, which you can read more about below:
With over 2,000 expected live and online delegates from over 40 countries, Wildscreen Festival is an unparalleled chance to meet, network and connect with like minded individuals and organisations in and around the industry.
By voicing stories, encouraging dialogue and sparking conversations we will stimulate productive and positive environmental change while celebrating and diversifying the wildlife filmmaking industry.
As the world’s biggest gathering of natural world storytellers, there will be emerging and established filmmakers, wildlife photographers, commissioners, production companies, conservationists, scientists and more.
‘What a marvellous event! … the fact that people can participate easily from all over the world adds a new dimension to the physical events and reinforces the strength of a global community engaged in the noble endeavour of saving the planet and saving humanity from its worst excesses.’
‘From my perspective it’s been fantastic – so great to be able to see what others are doing in the industry within slightly different genres and perspectives.’
‘The keynote and sessions were really excellent as an online offer… I have a lot to catch up on, but I have really enjoyed the ones I’ve watched.’
Supporting our mission to build a more inclusive international wildlife film and TV industry, we will offered a range of bursaries to support attendance of the Festival in 2022. To be the first to hear about these opportunities, sign up to our enews.