NYC Wildlife Conservation Film Festival

Date & Time

START: 6:30 PM October 16, 2013
END: 10:00 PM October 20, 2013


The world’s most beloved animals are fighting for their survival. Empower yourself to help save elephants, tigers, lions, rhinos, marine life and thousands of other species by attending the only wildlife conservation film festival of its kind in a major U.S. city.

Attendees will be able to meet the filmmakers in person and listen as they share their unique perspectives on the future of habitats around the globe.

Some of the featured, world-renowned documentaries that will be shown at the festival include:

“Battle for the Elephants” by John Hemingway

“Jungle Book Bear” by Oliver Goetz & Ivo Norenbergl

“Elsa’s Legacy: The Born Free Story.” This Academy Award-winning film will be followed by a special guest appearance by Virginia McKenna, who was nominated for a Golden Globe for her role as Joy Adamson.

Click here for more information on this important event.

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