Climate love

Sarah Chabane

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Climate love

This 40-year-old film festival is dedicated to nature and wildlife

Wildscreen's mission is to connect people with nature through storytelling and democratise the creation of and access to nature’s stories. This 40-year-old organisation based in Bristol, England was established in 1982 by Sir Peter Scott, founder of WWF, and Christopher Parsons OBE, former Head of the BBC Natural History Unit. It has been organising a yearly film festival featuring nature & wildlife documentaries from all around the globe. Since its creation in 1982, they also reward remarkable filmmakers with their Panda Awards 🐼 often seen as the ‘Green Oscars’ of the international wildlife film and TV industry. The 40th edition of the festival just ended, but the selection should still be available online, in any case, it's a good way to learn about very interesting documentaries and storytellers, so I would recommend you to check out the films and the ones nominated for the Panda Awards this year.

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