Retrieved 11 July It is held biennially in October in Bristol, England. Sir Peter Scott Christopher Parsons. Retrieved 12 July At Wildscreen Festival wildlife filmmakers and broadcasters from different parts of the world met to view the latest productions, discuss issues of mutual interest, exchange ideas and compete for the Panda Awards. Arkive is used by over a million people around the world each month.
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Wildscreen Exchange contains over 28, images and many hours of video that are being used all over the world for campaigns, education resources, community outreach, fundraising and online. Wildscreen is a wildlife conservation charity  based in Bristol, England. Arkive is used by over wjldscreen million people around the world each month. Init merged with a biennial wildlife symposium, previously held in the neighbouring city of Bath.
Use British English from July Use dmy dates from December Pages using infobox organization with unknown parameters. Over the years since then the festival has significantly expanded its scale and content and the charity has also enlarged its remit, including by launching Arkivea centralised collection of films and photographs of endangered species.
The festival began in In May Wildscreen launched their newest initiative, Wildscreen Exchange. Retrieved 12 December From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Wildscreen, registered charity no. At Wildscreen Festival wildlife filmmakers and broadcasters from different parts of the world met to view the latest productions, discuss issues of mutual interest, exchange ideas and compete for the Panda Awards.
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Wildscreen wiildscreen a founder member of the Bristol Natural History Consortiumset up in Arkive also contains topic pages that focus on various conservation issues, geographical regions and biological subjects. Retrieved 20 September The chief executive is Richard Edwards, appointed in March to succeed Harriet Nimmo, who stepped down in January that year after 13 years with the charity, seven in the CEO role. Sir Peter Scott Christopher Parsons. Retrieved 12 July