For the first time ever, the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival has enlisted peers to judge the craft categories. On Monday, JHWFF sent out the first round of films to India, South Africa and the U.K, and films will continue to be sent around the world. The beauty of peer judging is that the films get to be judged by professionals within the industry that know what makes up a perfectly edited film or an astounding script. Peer judges will be responsible for a selection of the finalists and overall winner which will be announced a week before the festival starting Sept 28 to Oct 2. Click here for more information.