Launched in 1991, the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival has become the most prestigious and well-loved nature and conservation media event of the year! Every other fall, JHWFF hosts the Festival where more than 600 international filmmakers, media execs, scientists, conservationists and writers will meet to exchange and challenge ideas while celebrating the world’s finest environmental and wildlife films.
This event allows television and film industry professionals from around the world to network with their peers and engage in lively discussions, seminars, and forums, all devoted to the world of natural history filmmaking.
Equally committed to a path of education and outreach, the Festival is dedicated to raising awareness and empowering action, through the innovative use of media. Toward this end, the organization fosters innovative collaborations with local nonprofits, community organizations, governmental entities and schools. JHWFF offers special screenings, lectures, and in-school education programs year-round.