2021 Wildlife Conservation Film Festival
The mission of the Wildlife Conservation Film Festival is inform, engage and inspire audiences about the need and importance for the protection of global biodiversity. This year, the Wildlife Conservation Film Festival (WCFF) will celebrate its eleventh year in New York City, screening more than 100 films, including many world premieres, from every corner of the globe on October 14 through October 24, 2021. Taking place at the Cinema Village Theater near Union Square, and other venues. The Festival draws film producers and scientists from around the world to showcase their films and participate in panel discussions and Q&A’s, representing countries including Australia, Brazil, China, Columbia, Germany, India, Mexico, Nigeria, Singapore and the United Kingdom to name a few.The 11th year WCFF anniversary takes place again at the Cinema Village Theater and other venues in New York City, October 14-24. This year's WCFF Festival features ten days of film screenings, panel discussions, networking, receptions, field trips, workshops and more. Individual film tickets are $15 in advance, $20 at the door; and All-Access passes is $250. For a schedule of films, speakers and to purchase advanced, discount tickets visit: wcff.org/tickets.
Venue: Cinema Village Theater
22 E 12th Street
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