'Desert Wetlands - Pulse of the Outback", produced and directed by Geoff Spanner, world premiere screening at the 2019 WCFF in New York, NY. The nine year anniversary of the WCFF is October 17-27, 2019. Ten days of film screenings, panel discussions, receptions, field trips, networking and more.
A journey through the astonishing Desert Wetlands of Central Australia. One of only two remaining wild desert river systems left on Earth, its value is beyond precious. Filmed over several years, this film explores the natural cycles of life and death in this land of boom or bust. The importance of the Desert Wetlands on a global scale cannot be overstated. It is not well known however even among those that live in bordering regions. This film attempts to show the natural wonder of an environment that is globally almost gone. We still can save Australia’s Desert Rivers, but there is little time left.
The Wildlife Conservation Exhibition takes place in Dali, Yunnan, China. A three month event with film screenings, panels discussion, receptions, field trips and a 175+ wildlife photographic exhibition at the Dali Art Center & Photography Museum.
Join the planning committee for both events. Advertise & promote your brand on the big screen during the exhibition in China and the festival in New York.. Take a page in the Exhibition book for China or the festival guide in New York. Contact: email@example.com.
The WCFF mission is to inform, engage and inspire wildlife conservation through the power of film.