Wildlife Conservation Film Festival
It’s the ninth annual Wildlife Conservation Film Festival in Manhattan! The event will feature over 100 films promoting the importance and beauty of global biodiversity. The festival brings in over 3,000 attendees from all over the globe including everyone from local New Yorkers to celebrities and scientists.
The film lineup features world premieres such as: Spiders by Mexican Producer and Director Rodolfo Juarez; Rooted: The Hollow Heart about Zimbabwean Baobab trees; and The Queen of Taru, which was produced by the youngest person to produce a feature documentary on Indian tigers.