International Forest Film Festival–Call for Entry

To celebrate the International Year of Forests, 2011 (Forests 2011), the United Nations Forum on Forests Secretariat (UNFFS) is working in collaboration with the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival to organize an International Forest Film Festival (IFFF).

The IFFF will showcase a selection of forest films as part of the global launch of Forests 2011 taking place at UN Headquarters in New York, and subsequently at other festivals and events the world. The film festival is a key part of our outreach efforts of Forests 2011, and would enable us to raise awareness on the importance of forests, their relationship with people and the planet we share, and consequently, to inspire a sense of personal responsibility/stewardship for a greener, more equitable, sustainable future.

The International Year of Forests, 2011 Film Festival: Working with well-established environmental film festivals, the United Nations Forum on Forests secretariat will promote film screenings focused on the International Year theme of “Forests for People”. This would include screenings at United Nations facilities and various locations.

To submit your film click here.

Entry for Deadline: November 30, 2010

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One thought on “International Forest Film Festival–Call for Entry

  1. dear sirs
    ia iranian director and i have been made documentery film about forest for several years and i am so eager to take part 2 of my document serial in thies festival – they are about the oldest and divin trees (with 4000 and 5000 years ) in this film i show the relation of pepole and trees and more they are the most precious in the world

    but i dont khow how i must send them some of you site has been filttering would you pls to send me more info and the touition fee and law of your festival

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