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For our final Tanzanian filmmaker case study, we meet wildlife photographer and camera assistant Lilian Anold.

Carbon Offsetting – Wildscreen Festival Tanzania

Carbon Emissions  While celebrating and advancing natural world storytelling through film, it’s important to acknowledge …

First speakers announced for Wildscreen Festival Tanzania

Award-winning Tanzanian Filmmaker, Erica Rugabandana, unveiled as headline speaker; short doc “Chameleon Corridors” set for world premiere.

FutureLeap Exhibit Opening Night

On Thursday 3rd March 2022, Wildscreen headed to the fantastic FutureLeap in Stokes Croft, Bristol for the opening night of their wildlife photography exhibit. Our CEO, Lucie Muir, shared an inspiring talk about the power of images to inspire the public and encourage the protection of species, with examples from our Back from the Brink campaign and Photo Story Award.

Voting is still open for the photography exhibit winner until 9 March.

Take a look at the lovely photography from the FutureLeap event team below.

The lovely hub of sustainable and nature-focused businesses in Stokes Croft, Bristol.


Ian Barrett, Chief Executive of Avon Wildlife Trust sharing key statistics about UK wildlife in current decline and actions we need to take to protect our local species.

 Lucie Muir, Wildscreen CEO, speaking about the power of images to inspire the public to conserve nature.

Event attendees enjoying viewing the exhibition.