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Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival

Registration for the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival is now open! The festival runs Oct 3-7, 2011.

From their website:

“The Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival brings together the world’s best natural history broadcasters, producers and filmmakers and other industry professionals with leading scientists, journalists, and conservationists, for one remarkable week each autumn. They gather from around the world in the heart of Grand Teton National Park to explore new media technologies and emerging market opportunities, exchange ideas, and honor notable achievements that have been made in environmental conservation and media. This year’s Festival itself is slated for October 3-7.”

Click here to learn more

submitted by Jamie Voyles

Vancouver Festival of Ocean Films

Hey folks,

are you interested in, or have you made a film about, the ocean? The Vancouver Festival of Ocean Films is accepting submissions until June 1st.

At VFOF, their goal is to inspire and stimulate people to explore their relationship with the ocean by bringing together local and international filmmakers and presenters in a multimedia event and juried film competition.

You can even win a trip to Antarctica by entering your film. Good luck!

DC Environmental Film Festival

If you are in the Washington DC area March 15-27, 2011, make sure you check out the DC Environmental Film Festival. Looks like there will be lots of great films and lots of great speakers!

Click here to learn more about it…

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