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Series 18 - 2017 WCFF
Cinema Village
New York, NY
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Series 18 - 2017 WCFF
The 2017 Wildlife Conservation Film Festival (WCFF) celebrates our seven year anniversary. All film screenings take place at:

Cinema Village Theater
22 East 12th Street & University Place
New York, NY 10003

Series 18 | Tuesday, October 24
2:30-4:30 pm
Tickets $18 in advance | $30 at the door

44 minutes
Produced by Bettina Dalton, WildBear Entertainment (Australia)
One of the last living southern cassowaries on the planet strives to raise a family and overcome fierce predators and extreme weather in the worlds oldest living rainforest.

5 minutes
Produced by Douglas Woodring, Charlotte Vick, Ocean Recovery Alliance (Hong Kong)
There is a Global Alert on Floating Trash Rivers and creeks are like arteries flowing to our heart, the Ocean. Plastic pollution is like cholesterol trying to get to the heart, downstream. Join us for a journey to Central America and South-East Asia where groups are helping to stop the flow of community's "cholesterol" - plastic pollution, before it impacts those downstream, or once at sea and along our coastlines and reefs. They are using the power of the Global Alert App tool to help inspire cleanups and long term solutions to slow the flow of trash in their waters, with the "Don't Lose It" attitude before it is too late, and the plastic starts to impact the environment around them.

53 minutes
Produced by Tony Whelan (Republic of Cape Verde)
For over a decade, marine biologist Dr. Simon Berrow has led expeditions from Ireland to Cape Verde. His quest? To prove humpback whales seen feeding off Ireland in summer and autumn are the same ones found breeding in Cape Verde in spring. In 2014, his quest takes a dramatic twist - Humpback Whales are showing up in Cape Verde at the wrong time in September. The theory? They are visitors from the southern hemisphere. Find the evidence and he will be first to document a common ground for northern hemisphere and southern hemisphere humpback whales in the Eastern Atlantic. But first he must find them.

5 minutes
Produced by Richard Sidey (New Zealand)
This films presents the fragile wilderness of Antarctica. "Look deep into nature and you will understand everything better.", Albert Einstein. The award winning cinematographers, Aliscia Young & Richard Sidey takes you on a non-verbal, visual exploration of the Antarctica wilderness from both on land and above, accompanied by an original score by Inga Lilgestrom.

(Schedule of films and speakers subject to change.)


Cinema Village (View)
22 East 12th Street & University Place
New York, NY 10003
United States


Arts > Visual
Film > Festivals
Film > Movies
Film > Premiers
Other > Family-Friendly
Other > Festivals
Other > Green
Other > Pets & Animals

Kid Friendly: Yes!
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!


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