- Occurs every fall in Jackson Hole, WY
- Brings together professionals if all fields to discuss and connect about the natural wildlife creatures and their habitats.
Overview: Conservationists, researchers, scientists and media professionals come together in Jackson Hole to conduct business, stay informed on emerging markets and expand the understanding of wild creatures and their habitat.
When: The JHWWF takes place in September every other year.
Where: Jackson Hole is the home base of the conference. A series of events over the course of a week that take place at various locations including films shown at the Center for the Arts, dinners, fundraisers and more in valley locations.
Fees: Fees vary depending on the week's activities and screenings. Check the website for ticket details.
Details: Film professionals from around the world attend the festival to connect with their peers and engage in lively discussions, seminars, and forums, all devoted to the world of natural history filmmaking. Find more details on the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival website.