International Wildlife Film Festival, Missoula Montana

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International Wildlife Film Festival

Those who enjoy nature and wildlife will have a great time at the International Wildlife Film Festival that is held at Missoula in Montana. The film festival is aimed to promote knowledge, awareness and understanding of wildlife, natural habitat, and nature through the medium of television and film making. The fest is held at the historic Roxy theater.

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Organization: International Wildlife Media Center
Dates: 04/16/2016 - 04/23/2016 update info
Time: 1:00:00 PM - 1:00:00 PM
Event Cost: varies
Venue: Roxy Theatre in Missoula,MT
Contact: International Wildlife Media Center
Phone: (406) 728-9380
Event Details:

The International Wildlife Film Festival will present its annual installment April in Missoula, MT, at the newly restored Roxy Theater.  The week-long event will feature new and exciting films, special guests, workshops, seminars, field trips, technology sessions, product demos, parties and dynamic networking events.

  • Wildlife film makers and producers from across the world come to Missoula every year for the week long event
  • Held each year in May
  • Find the films showing at the Roxy Theater in Missoula

Overview: Over the years the importance of the International Wildlife Film Festival has grown and today the film fest is considered as among the most important in the world. Held for the last 30 years, the International Wildlife Film Festival at Montana is also the longest running wildlife film festival. Broadcasters, wildlife film makers and producers from across the world come to Missoula every year for the week long event.

When: A May event

Where: The Roxy Theater in Missoula

Fees: Ticket prices vary

Details: There are some truly wonderful films on nature and wildlife that are screened at the fest. You can also attend the informative seminars and listen to the speakers and presenters.

Not only is this just an international film festival, but it becomes a community event for those living in Missoula.

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