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DEADLINE: Wildscreen Panda Awards Film Competition
The Wildscreen Festival first took place in Bristol in 1982. Since then, every two years, Bristol plays host to hundreds of international delegates from the wildlife media industry. People attend the Festival to learn about latest industry developments, as well as to compete in the prestigious Wildscreen Panda Awards. Delegates are drawn to the Festival by a week-long programme of screenings, debates, keynote lectures, workshops, masterclasses and networking events. In addition, the Wildscreen Festival is a crucial marketplace, where films are bought and sold, where new commissions and contracts are awarded, and where fresh ideas and skills are traded.
Wildscreen is well known for its thought-provoking content and speakers. The week’s talks and debates tackle a range of issues, with the content being driven by the predominant themes in the industry. Many hundreds of films from around the world are entered into the Wildscreen Panda Awards, honoring outstanding achievements in the craft of natural world storytelling. They recognise the unique craft of wildlife filmmaking and photography and celebrate the very best that the industry is producing.
There are 11 categories in the 2020 competition, and a new special jury prize for the production going to the greatest lengths to reduce their environmental impact. Submissions are accepted from productions of any length or budget. Deadlines: Earlybird -- Feb 16; regular -- Apr 10; extended -- May 1. Fees vary by deadline and category.
The 20th Wildscreen Festival takes place October 19-23, 2020.