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The African culture and traditions are intertwined with nature. Numerous stories and rituals are influenced by natures cycles of life and re-birth; a story many generations have learnt and passed on, but rarely told by its people to the world.

 

Pridelands Wildlife Film Fest provides that platform for indigenous filmmakers to share their natural history through film, and partners with world-renowned wildlife researchers, conservationists and veteran wildlife filmmakers.

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The Pridelands Wildlife

Film Fest

PWFF is three days of non-stop celebration of Africa’s beauty and powerful natural world. The three-day event will host the world’s best natural history and wildlife filmmakers in the heart of various wild and raw African locations to produce, celebrate and explore opportunities for collaboration with some of East Africa’s rising stars.

Details of the festival dates and venue TBA

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Film Creation

PWFF is held in the heart of some of Africa’s amazing wild and open spaces. It would be a sin to not explore and document its beauty.

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Film Exhibition

You can never see enough of what nature has to offer us through the lens and realities of so many different filmmakers. Grab your popcorn and pull up a seat!

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Meet and Greet

It’s not every day that you walk and meet some of the finest names in the natural history filmmaking industry. It’s where new ideas are made and lifelong partnerships are born.

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Award Ceremony

This is the culmination of three days, as we celebrate our rising East African stars and provide them with an opportunity to pitch and propel their work onto the global stage.

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Workshops

There’s always something to learn, with the realities of climate change, human-wildlife conflict, habitat loss among a variety of challenges, here’s an opportunity to put our heads together to find ways in our craft to move the needle in search of the perfect balance for the betterment of our planet.

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Reviews

"An Intense Experience"

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Robert Shuman
The Guardian

"Visualy Over-powering

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Amanda Gilles
Times Magazine

"Amazing Soundtrack"

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Donna Louis
Variety
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