The WCFF mission is to inform, engage and inspire wildlife conservation through the power of film.
"Darwin's Missed Islands" produced by Marina Segui Prieto and directed by Toni Escandell. | Official selection and World Premiere screening at the 2019 WCFF in New York, NY
The islands that Charles Darwin Would have liked to explore. In the Mediterranean Sea. there is a group of isolated lands whose inhabitants evolved separately from !he rest ol the planet. We're talking about a world apart with unique fauna, made up ol lour main islands that have thousands of tales to tell.
The Balearic islands tells stories about a group of remote islands that are isolated by the sea and where part of the flora and fauna are indigenous, while other species arrived from the neighboring continents and evolved in isolation from the rest of the world, as happened in the GALAPAGOS ISLANDS.
In the Balearic islands, Evolution also endowed plants and animals with shapes and forms of behavior that are unique in the world. Each island had its own distinct fauna, botanical, and environmental features, and today they continua to exhibit some of these differences. On these islands, it's still possible to find living relics among !he ancient and distinct flora and fauna,much of which has disappeared. These are !he islands that Charles Darwin would have liked to explore.
The 9th annual WCFF anniversary includes, ten days of over 100 documentary films with panel discussion, networking, receptions, field trips and more. Films will represent over 40 nations as in previous years, with international filmmakers in attendance. To purchase discount film festival passes for the 9th annual WCFF visit: wcff.org/nyc-festival-2019/
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