International Wildlife Film Festival

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Missoula’s International Wildlife Film Festival runs Saturday, April 20th- Thursday, April 25th with a “Best Of” screening on Saturday, April 27th.

The mission of the International Wildlife Film Festival is to promote awareness, knowledge, and understanding of wildlife, habitat, people, and nature through excellence in film. The long-standing festival champions wildlife filmmakers and challenges conventional expectations about how we conserve wildlife and habitat.

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International Wildlife Film Festival returns to Missoula for 45th year starting this Saturday – 4/23

The theme is “resilience,” which is embodied in 75 featured films.

Missoula, Montana’s International Wildlife Film Fest goes online, outside April 17 to May 15

The streaming films will be released in batches — 20-plus the first week and more each following Friday.